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  • Report points to Asian influence September 17, 2014
    The boom in golf in Asia presents both opportunities and dangers for golfing tourism in Australia, according to a detailed report released this week.

  • R and A to vote on women September 17, 2014
    The home of golf is on the cusp of admitting women as members after more than 200 years.
  • Disabled golfers seek funding September 17, 2014
    A group of Australian golfers are aiming to raise $15,000 to compete in the World Disabled Golf Championships in Japan next month.

  • Hayes appointed GA media manager September 17, 2014
    Golf Australia has appointed one of Australia’s most respected golf journalists, Mark Hayes, as its new media manager.

  • Karrie Webb returns to world top-five September 15, 2014
    Karrie Webb has returned to the top-five of the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings for the first time since mid-2008, moving up four places this week.


  • Mark Hayes appointed as new Golf Australia Media Manager September 17, 2014
    Golf Australia has appointed one of Australia’s most respected golf journalists, Mark Hayes, as its new media manager.
  • American Golf Architects release Pace of Play information September 17, 2014
    The American Society of Golf Course Architects has produced “Pace of Play: Checklist & Tips for Working with your Course Architect.” The one-page flyer – created in cooperation with the United States Golf Association – illustrates the numerous ways ASGCA members assist in positively impacting pace of play at golf facilities through design.
  • Vietnam Golf Course Management Conference Highlights Appetite for Knowledge September 16, 2014
    Danang, Vietnam (September 12): The inaugural Vietnam Golf Course Management Conference has been hailed a success. Course superintendents from Hanoi, Dalat, Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City and Danang attended the two-day event. Presented by the Asian Golf Industry Federation (AGIF) in partnership with the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA […]
  • Cronulla Golf Club on course for success September 16, 2014
    THE newly renovated Cronulla Golf clubhouse officially opened on August 20.
  • Callala RSL Country Golf Club to Open 18 hole course September 16, 2014
    Situated only two hours drive south of Sydney, on the northern side of the beautiful Jervis Bay at Callala Beach, Callala RSL Country Golf Club is set to open its second 9 holes and become an official 18 hole course.
  • Young New Zealand golfer dies after gift to wife September 15, 2014
    A Kiwi golfer and greenkeeper living his dream on the hallowed links at St Andrews in Scotland died beside his young wife, moments after giving her a gift on her 30th birthday.
  • Dubai to host Asian Tour's newest event in December September 15, 2014
    Dubai, Sept 15: In another first for the city, Dubai will play host to the Asian Tour’s final event of 2014 in December, underscoring the buoyancy of the golf industry in the country and across the region.
  • Danang Celebrates 5 Years of Golf September 15, 2014
    Danang, Vietnam, September 16, 2014 — What does it take for a region to become a successful, sought-after international golf tourism destination?
  • Te Arai development parkland a gift to all September 15, 2014
    “Walking tracks and mountain bike and horse trails will also be part of our planning – all of which the public will be able to provide input into,” he says. Public access to the new park is likely to be ready in 2016-17 following the development of a park management plan and in alignment with the neighbouring subdivision development. The wider development pl […]
  • Aussie clubfitter helps design latest KZG putter September 14, 2014
    When your company is popular among clubfitters, it makes sense to engage that audience as much as possible. KZG has done that with its Designer Series putter line by having one of the company's top-100 fitters create each model.

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