- Tiger row upsets Norman
Former world No.1 Greg Norman has labelled the bitter spat between Tiger Woods and his former caddie Steve Williams as ‘sad for golf’, calling on the warring parties to declare a truce before it further damages the game.
- Kaymer’s big day
Germany’s Martin Kaymer hit seven birdies on the back nine to storm home to win the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai on Sunday, with Australian Adam Scott eight strokes off the pace.
- HSBC Champions Audio
Hear from Adam Scott, John Senden and the winner Martin Kaymer after the final round of the WGC HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.
- Guyatt triumphs in epic day of golf
Matt Guyatt triumphs by one at the NSW PGA Championship after an epic day of golf at the Wollongong Golf Club.
- Wolstenholme storms home for victory
Englishman Gary Wolstenholme has stormed home in the final round of the 2011 ISPS Handa Australian Senior Open to steal the prestigious title from Australian Terry Price.
- Scott stumbles in Shanghai
Adam Scott has stumbled in the third round of the WGC-HSBC Champions to find himself three shots off the pace that has been set by leader Frederik Jacobson.
- Davis hangs on to lead
Rodger Davis will head into the final round of the 2011 ISPS Handa Australian Senior Open with a 1 shot lead after an even par round of 72 today.
- Davis claims first round lead
Rodger Davis has taken a one shot lead in the 2011 ISPS Handa Australian Senior Open after fine but windy conditions during Round 1 at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
- Three way tie at NSW PGA Championship
Amateur Jake Higginbottom is tied with professionals Andre Stolz and Martin Dive at the conclusion of the first round of the NSW PGA Championship held at Wollongong Golf Club.
- Bradley sets Shanghai pace
Keegan Bradley shot a bogey-free seven-under 65 on Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the first round of the WGC-HSBC Champions.
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