PGA Australia News for: July 26, 2011

PGA of Australia | July 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Playoff joy for O’Hair in Canada
    Sean O’Hair won the Canadian Open in a playoff from Kris Blanks after the pair tied at four under following Sunday’s final round.
  • Do you take a divot?
    Good players hit down on the ball when playing a shot off the ground, not up. PGA Pro David Williams details a drill that will help you hit down on the ball.
  • Noren’s 77 good enough
    Alex Noren recorded a seven-shot win at the Scandinavian Masters despite shooting a five-over 77 in the final round on Sunday.
  • Crawford snatches Rockhampton win
    Adam Crawford snares the 2011 Ian Weigh Motors Rockhampton Pro Am
  • Van Pelt holds Vancouver lead
    Bo Van Pelt will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Canadian Open after carding a five-under third round of 65 on Saturday.
  • Granberg makes his mark
    Finnish rookie Joonas Granberg shot a final-round 66 on Saturday to win the Selangor Masters in Shah Alam, Malaysia.
  • Ogilvy on the prowl
    Chad Campbell and Michael Thompson share a one-shot lead mid-way through the Canadian Open after reaching four-under par, but Australian Geoff Ogilvy is right on their tail just two shots further back.
  • Noren shoots clear in Stockholm
    Local hope Alexander Noren holds a three-shot lead at the halfway point of the Scandinavian Masters.
  • Groom in the mix
    Australia’s Adam Groom remains in the hunt for the Selangor Masters after a blistering third round in Singapore on Friday.
  • Townsend in the Driver’s Seat at Rockhampton
    Aaron Townsend will take a one shot lead heading into the final two rounds of the 2011 Ian Weigh Motors City of Rockhampton Pro Am.

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