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GREG Norman started it when he said Australia’s strike-rate in the majors was “unacceptable” and now Geoff Ogilvy is singing from the same hymn sheet. Ogilvy, the last Australian to win a major at the 2006 US Open, believes it’s time for Australia’s world-class players to step up in the majors. With the year’s final major upon us, let’s take a look at Australia’s record in the US PGA Championship.
Adam Scott pounced back on top of the Open Championship leaderboard, following a brilliant third round 68, which now sees him four shots ahead of the pack, with Graeme McDowell and Brandt Snedeker in second, and a steady (but quiet) Tiger Woods in third. Highlights below:
Day 2 of The Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes saw a flurry of action on the leaderboard, with Aussie Adam Scott holding firm near the top of the leaderboard. Now sitting in second place behind American Brandt Snedeker, Adam is joined by 5 other Aussies to make the cut: Greg Chalmers (T15), Geoff Ogilvy (T28), John Senden (T40), Aaron Baddeley (T51) and Brendan Jones making it “on the number” with +3 total (T68).
Adam Scott had a chance to record the lowest score in Major Championship history when he stood on the 18th tee at Royal Lytham St Annes, needing a birdie for a 62 at The Open Championship. Instead he pulled his tee shot into the rough and bogeyed, but his 64 was still a fine effort. […]
If you miss the “Boy Bands” of late, check out this hilarious music video featuring Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan. (We love Bubba’s shoes.) Tweet
Here’s probably the best Father’s Day gift for the golfer in your family. The Big Daddy Driver is certain to help you stay (or get) out of trouble. Tweet
Now THIS is quality television! Watch PGA professional Brad Faxon hit a golf ball out of spaghetti, popcorn and jelly. Tweet
Australia’s Jarrod Lyle has become only the 8th player in history to Ace the par-3 16th “party hole’ at TPC Scottsdale. Here’s the video! Tweet
What happens when more golfers discover they can “book their next round online”?
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Skipping across the water is common for many hackers. But the pros? Tweet