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See how the Aussies are travelling on the world stage
- Wilson wins inaugural MGI
The inaugural Betstar Melbourne Golf Invitational was won by Victorian Peter Wilson
- Norman: Woods v Williams likely
Negatively influenced by outside forces in previous Presidents Cup tournaments, Internationals captain Greg Norman says he won’t premeditate match-ups and shield Adam Scott from a showdown with Tiger Woods at Royal Melbourne next week.
- Second time sweeter for Chalmers
Emotional Emirates Australian Open winner Greg Chalmers says claiming the Stonehaven Cup is far sweeter the second time around.
- So close for Tiger
It was the day the golfing world had been waiting two years for – a tournament victory heading the way of fallen star Tigers Woods.
- Chalmers claims the Cup
Greg Chalmers has held off a fast-finishing John Senden and Tiger Woods to win his second Emirates Australian Open title, taking the Stonehaven Cup on a thrilling final day at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney.
- Chalmers holding on
Greg Chalmers is clinging to a two-shot advantage late in the final round of the Emirates Australian Open, with Tiger Woods leading the chasing back just two shots back.
- Spaniard close to Singapore glory
Bad weather has forced the Singapore Open to be reduced to 54 holes – but not before Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano seized control of the event.
- Day right at home
Young gun Jason Day admits shooting a rock-solid round of four-under 68 in front of thousands of parochial Australian fans, his family and friends was the perfect way to celebrate his 24th birthday on Saturday.
- Senden: One of my best
John Senden says his sizzling nine-under 63 on day three of the Emirates Australian Open is among his finest rounds as a professional.