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Jan Stephenson inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame

Jan Stephenson inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame

Australian golfing superstar Jan Stephenson has fulfilled a lifelong dream this morning, being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Carmel-By-The-Sea, California. Stephenson was inducted into the prestigious World Golf of Fame, a who’s who of golf,  including compatriots Karrie Webb, Greg Norman, Peter Thompson, Kel Nagle, David Graham and […]

Citi and Presidents Cup to expand First Tee to Australia with 44 Million Yard Challenge

Citi and Presidents Cup to expand First Tee to Australia with 44 Million Yard Challenge

In celebration of the global impact of the Presidents Cup, tournament officials and Presidents Cup Global Partner Citi today announced the return of the Citi 44 Million Yard Challenge with a “Drive to Melbourne.” Once again, Citi is inviting everyone to collectively drive a golf ball 44 million yards – the length it takes to […]

Moses, Wang to make debut at Suzhou Open following Monday Qualifier

Moses, Wang to make debut at Suzhou Open following Monday Qualifier

Australia’s Troy Moses (NSW) will make his PGA Tour China Tour debut this week after carding a 69 to finish second at the Monday Qualifier for the Suzhou Open. Moses, 26, who was on track to finish 4-under before picking up his first and only bogey on the final hole, will join Monday Qualifier winner Chinese […]

Aussie results around the world: Rhein wins on Web.com tour

Aussie results around the world: Rhein wins on Web.com tour

Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances. PGA TOUR RBC Canadian Open Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Purse: $7,600,000 ($1,368,000 to the winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Stuart Appleby DNP — 230   Aaron Baddeley DNP — 75 Greg Chalmers DNP — […]

Presidents Cup standings update: Scott leaps into top 5; Vilips tops juniors

Presidents Cup standings update: Scott leaps into top 5; Vilips tops juniors

  Eight-time Presidents Cup participant Adam Scott is in position to make an International Team record ninth appearance after leaping seven spots to No. 4 on the International Team standings with a runner-up finish at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide over the weekend. On the U.S. Team standings, Patrick Cantlay proved unbeatable at Muirfield […]

Aussie Results on tour – June 4, 2019

Aussie Results on tour – June 4, 2019

Here are the results for Australian golfers across the various international tours this week. PGA TOUR the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide May 30–Jun 2 Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio Purse: $9,100,000 ($1,638,000 to the winner)                                            Player Result Earnings […]

Australian Golf Great Alan Murray passes away

Australian Golf Great Alan Murray passes away

Former French Open Golf and Australian PGA Championship winner, Alan Murray from Sydney, Australia passed away peacefully on Friday in Perth, Western Australia after a long battle with cancer. Alan joined the Australian PGA in 1958 and went on to forge an illustrious playing career in professional golf with over 78 PGA tournament victories around […]

Aussie Results on Tour – May 21, 2019

Aussie Results on Tour – May 21, 2019

Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances. PGA TOUR PGA Championship Bethpage State Park-Black Course, Farmingdale, New York Purse: $11,000,000 ($1,980,000 to winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Jason Day T23 (+4) $91,000 28 Has finished inside the top 25 in each of his last seven […]

Brooks the best at Bethpage, makes history with PGA Championship victory

Brooks the best at Bethpage, makes history with PGA Championship victory

Brooks Koepka secured his place in golfing history with a two-shot triumph at the US PGA Championship, where he went wire-to-wire to become the first male player to win his first four Major titles in less than two years. Starting the final round with a strong seven-shot margin, all eyes were on Brooks to cruise […]

Think print is dead? Think again. Inside Golf (again) bucking the trend

Think print is dead? Think again. Inside Golf (again) bucking the trend

Australia’s Most-Read Golf Magazine, Inside Golf, is demonstrating that the much-hyped “demise of the print magazine industry” is far from reality; with recent results and partnerships signalling a bright future for the publication. While once notable Australian golf titles like Golf Magazine, Pacific Golfer, Golf Vacations and others have either exited the Australian print industry […]

What’s news at YOUR Club? Share your story with Inside Golf

What’s news at YOUR Club? Share your story with Inside Golf

Inside Golf is looking for news for our highly-popular Club News section…and we want to hear from you! Whether yours is a large club or small, here’s your chance to share some news with fellow clubs, golfers and industry professionals across the country. And best of all, it’s free! You don’t have to be an expert writer to […]

Aussies on Tour – Results from April 25-28, 2019

Aussies on Tour – Results from April 25-28, 2019

Here is the recap from this past week’s PGA TOUR action and the Australians’ performances. PGA Tour Zurich Classic of New Orleans TPC Louisiana, New Orleans, Louisiana Purse: $7,300,000 ($1,051,200 to each winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Aaron Baddeley DNP — 68 Greg Chalmers DNP — —   Cameron Davis CUT […]

Presidents Cup Standings: U.S. Captain Tiger Woods cracks top 10

Presidents Cup Standings:  U.S. Captain Tiger Woods cracks top 10

2019 U.S. Presidents Cup Captain Tiger Woods’ victory at the Masters Tournament elevated him from No. 17 to No. 9 in the U.S. Team standings as he looks to become the second-ever playing captain and first since Hale Irwin in 1994. The Presidents Cup will return to The Royal Melbourne Golf Club for the third […]

Warringah Golf Club welcomes new lease from Northern Beaches Council

Warringah Golf Club welcomes new lease from Northern Beaches Council

Warringah Golf Club has welcomed the unanimous decision by Northern Beaches Council to offer a new 20-year lease which will see the course retained as an 18-hole course for members, visitors and for corporate golf events. Warringah Golf Club President, Scott Campbell, thanked Council and Councillors saying the decision provides the club with long-term surety […]

He’s back! Woods captures 15th major with US Masters victory

He’s back! Woods captures 15th major with US Masters victory

Tiger Woods completed one of the most incredible comebacks in sporting history to win an emotional 15th Major Championship by one shot at the Masters Tournament. The American’s last Major title came at the U.S. Open 11 years ago and since then he has undergone numerous back surgeries, falling to 1,199th in the Official World […]

2019 Presidents Cup tickets now on sale

2019 Presidents Cup tickets now on sale

As golf fans look forward with anticipation to this week’s Masters, past champions at Augusta like Patrick Reed, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods have a major opportunity to improve their chances to qualify for the 2019 Presidents Cup, which will bring golf’s biggest stars back to Melbourne, Australia this December. Tickets […]

DeChambeau, Koepka on top after R1 at Augusta

DeChambeau, Koepka on top after R1 at Augusta

Bryson DeChambeau produced an incredible finish, posting four closing birdies to share the lead with Brooks Koepka at six under par the end of day one at the Masters Tournament. A remarkable run of scoring in the late groups stretched the field at Augusta National Golf Club, with DeChambeau amongst a host of European Tour […]

2019 ALPG Tour in full swing

2019 ALPG Tour in full swing

The 2019 ALPG Tour kicked off in January at the Ballarat Golf Club at the first ever ALPG Tour Qualifying Tournament. We had anticipated around 30-40 players competing for a chance to get a start in all of our 2019 events, however we were overwhelmed by the interest in the event and ended up with […]

R&A and USGA provide clarification on broken club rule

R&A and USGA provide clarification on broken club rule

The R&A and the USGA have provided a clarification that introduces a Local Rule, allowing players to replace a broken or significantly damaged club, except in cases of abuse. Under the Local Rule, a club is “broken or significantly damaged” if it meets the following conditions: the shaft breaks into pieces, splinters or is bent […]

Aussies on Tour – Results from April 4-7, 2019

Aussies on Tour – Results from April 4-7, 2019

Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances. PGA TOUR  Valero Texas Open TPC San Antonio-AT&T Oaks, San Antonio, Texas Purse: $7,500,000 ($1,350,000 to winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Aaron Baddeley T30 (-7) $45,562 60 Made his 12th start at the Valero Texas Open and his […]

Future looking brighter for Ryan Ruffels

Future looking brighter for Ryan Ruffels

In November 2018, Ryan Ruffels was pretty down. There wasn’t much going right with his game, he had just missed the cut at the Argentine Open in Buenos Aires, and the truth is he wasn’t even close to making it to the weekend (75-76). It was his fifth missed cut in his last six PGA […]

Hend most successful international golfer on the Asian Tour

Hend most successful international golfer on the Asian Tour

Australian Scott Hend cemented his status as the most successful international golfer on the Asian Tour after claiming his 10th victory and first in three years at the US$3 million Maybank Championship on Sunday. Thanks to a winner’s prize purse of US$500,000, Hend propelled to the top of the Habitat for Humanity Standings and broke […]

Hend captures Maybank Championship in Malaysia

Hend captures Maybank Championship in Malaysia

Scott Hend has claimed his third European Tour title in dramatic fashion, beating Spain’s Nacho Elvira on the first play-off hole at the Maybank Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The 45-year-old Australian began the fourth round three shots behind overnight leader Elvira of Spain but went in front courtesy of five birdies on the front […]

Australian PGA Championship changes dates

Australian PGA Championship changes dates

The 2019 Australian PGA Championship will be played from 19-22 December at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast, Queensland. A revision in scheduling will see the tournament close out the Australian summer of golf the week after the President’s Cup. Since it’s move to the Gold Coast, the Australian PGA Championship has established […]

Presidents Cup standings update: Four Aussies in top 10

Presidents Cup standings update: Four Aussies in top 10

  Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas took a major step toward returning for his second consecutive Presidents Cup after carding weekend rounds of 67-66 at THE PLAYERS Championship to finish T3 – his second top-10 of the season – and jump from No. 83 to No. 19 in the Presidents Cup International Team standings. Aussie stalwarts and […]

Choi, Immelman, Weir to join Ogilvy as captain’s assistants for the 2019 Presidents Cup

Choi, Immelman, Weir to join Ogilvy as captain’s assistants for  the 2019 Presidents Cup

Presidents Cup International Team Captain Ernie Els announced Korea’s K.J. Choi, South Africa’s Trevor Immelman and Canada’s Mike Weir as his final three captain’s assistants for the 2019 Presidents Cup, which will return to The Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia for a third time Dec. 9-15, 2019. Els previously named Australia’s Geoff Ogilvy […]

McIlroy masters the mind in Players victory

McIlroy masters the mind in Players victory

For all of the distraction, doubt and ridicule he endured throughout the past several months, Rory McIlroy always stayed true to himself. That wasn’t always the case. For far too long, the 29-year-old often let his poor play on the course define the round that followed. And, perhaps worse, he let it negatively impact his […]

PGA TOUR- Australian Player Results. The PLAYERS Championship

PGA TOUR- Australian Player Results. The PLAYERS Championship

Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances. THE PLAYERS Championship TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida Purse: $12,500,000 ($2,250,000 to winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Aaron Baddeley CUT (+4) — 64 Dropped three positions on the FedExCup. Greg Chalmers DNP — —   Cameron Davis […]

Aussie success at TPC Sawgrass hinges on the famed 17th

Aussie success at TPC Sawgrass hinges on the famed 17th

The pressures of the famed 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass begin long before players make the first walk from tunnel to tee box. The jitters often start once players make the turn near the clubhouse. And then, in the 16th fairway, the thousands of nearby roars truly come into focus. The butterflies set in shortly […]

PGA TOUR-Affiliated Tours, Australian Player Results – March 12, 2019

PGA TOUR-Affiliated Tours, Australian Player Results – March 12, 2019

The PGA TOUR and its affiliated Tours boasts a large roster of Australians as members. Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances. Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard Bay Hill Club & Lodge, Orlando, Florida Purse: $9,100,000 ($1,638,000 to winner)                Player Result Earnings FedExCup Standing Notes Aaron […]

ALPG, PGA announce collaboration agreement

ALPG, PGA announce collaboration agreement

The ALPG and PGA of Australia have entered into a cooperation agreement that proposes to analyse the two governing body’s operations, assets and services. As the bodies responsible for the administration and governance of professional golf in Australia mutual respect has always existed but a formalised intent to build commercial opportunities is anticipated to strengthen […]

Australian Golf Club Equality Guidelines released

Australian Golf Club Equality Guidelines released

New guidelines have been released today to ensure Australian golf clubs provide equal opportunities for both genders. The Australian Human Rights Commission, in conjunction with Golf Australia, launched today a publication titled ‘Guidelines for the promotion of equal opportunity for women and girls in golf’. The launch was held at Mt Derrimut Golf and Community […]

Anne Van Dam Powers to fourth Ladies European Tour Title

Anne Van Dam Powers to fourth Ladies European Tour Title

Anne Van Dam from The Netherlands has surged home on the final nine to win the Canberra Women’s Classic at Royal Canberra Golf Club by three strokes: her third Ladies European Tour title inside six months and her fourth overall. Van Dam began the day as joint leader on 11 under and duelled with defending […]

Swing your way to Vegas via the TaylorMade Order of Merit

Swing your way to Vegas via the TaylorMade Order of Merit

TaylorMade, in partnership with 3 Links Golf, launches its 2019 Order of Merit providing golfers the chance to win their way to the series final in Las Vegas. 3 Links Golf, one of Australia’s leading golf event management companies, has launched its 2019 Order of Merit – one of the largest amateur golf challenges ever […]

Nisbet cruises to Queensland PGA victory

Nisbet cruises to Queensland PGA victory

Daniel Nisbet has won the 2019 Coca-Cola Queensland PGA Championship presented by Toowoomba Regional Council in a dominant performance in his home state. Starting the day with a two shot lead, Nisbet won the title by six shots from Deyen Lawson and Harrison Endycott with rounds of 66, 63, 63 and 64 for a tournament […]

Skarpnord wins the Battle at Bonville

Skarpnord wins the Battle at Bonville

Marianne Skarpnord ended a six year drought to claim her fourth title on the Ladies European Tour after a closely fought battle for the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville. Skarpnord fired a final round of 69 to earn a two stroke victory on eight-under-par ahead of Australian Hannah Green and Nuria Iturrios […]

Townsville courses cop belting

Townsville courses cop belting

  TOWNSVILLE’S three major golf courses – Tropics, Rowes Bay and Townsville – certainly felt the full brunt of the monsoonal rains that lashed north Queensland in early February. The major rain event dished up varying levels of damage with Tropics Golf Club being the least affected. They had a number of holes open for […]

Law, Boutier capture Vic Open

Law, Boutier capture Vic Open

David Law produced an incredible finish to overtake Wade Ormsby and win his first European Tour title at the ISPS Handa Vic Open. The Scotsman had called a penalty on himself to surrender a bogey on the ninth after accidentally making his ball move, which left him five shots back at the turn. He was […]

Webb honoured with PGA membership

Webb honoured with PGA membership

The PGA of Australia has extended honorary membership to Karrie Webb AO in recognition of her services to the Australian golf industry. One of Australia’s most successful golfers of all time, Webb has proudly represented her country at the highest echelons of the game for more than 20 years notching up an incredible 51 wins […]

Presidents Cup standings update: Adam Scott vaults to No. 11 with runner-up result at Torrey Pines

Presidents Cup standings update: Adam Scott vaults to No. 11 with runner-up result at Torrey Pines

Making his first-ever start in the Farmers Insurance Open, Australia’s Adam Scott finished solo second at Torrey Pines and made the biggest move in the International Team Presidents Cup standings from No. 67 to No. 11. A berth in the 2019 Presidents Cup would make Scott the first player to make nine appearances on the […]

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