• Behind the scenes: NZ PGA
    Have an inside look at the NZ PGA Pro-Am Championship thanks to the team at Michael Hill TV
  • Olesen’s Sicilian dream
    Australian Richard Green finished strongly to tie for 11th at the Sicilian Open as Thorbjorn Olesen broke through for his first tournament victory on the European Tour.
  • Mahan the man in Houston
    The in-form John Senden was the highest-ranked Australian as Hunter Mahan secured his second PGA Tour title of the season with a one-shot win at the Houston Open on Sunday (local time).
  • New Zealand’s Hendry wins national PGA
    New Zealand golfer Michael Hendry has won the PGA Tour of Australasia’s inaugural New Zealand PGA Pro-Am Championship in Queenstown.
  • Hendry holds off Martin to win NZ PGA
    Kiwi Michael Hendry overcome a potentially calamitous quadruple bogey on the 70th hole to hold off overnight leader Australian Andrew Martin by two strokes and claim the inaugural NZ PGA Pro-Am title at The Hills near Queenstown.
  • Oosthuizen looking good in Houston
    Louis Oosthuizen carded his second straight six-under 66 to take a two-shot lead after the third round of the Houston Open on Saturday.
  • Martin still the man to catch
    Victorian Andrew Martin is still the man to catch after the third round of the PGA Tour of Australasia’s NZ PGA Pro-Am Championship in Queenstown.
  • Jeong and Ko take control of teams event
    New Zealand amateur golf star Lydia Ko joins Jeong at the top of the leaderboard in the teams event of the NZ PGA Pro-Am Championship
  • Green in the hunt in Sicily
    Sweden’s Pelle Edberg carded a six-under 66 to share the overall lead with five others after the second round of the Sicilian Open but Australian Richard Green is well in contention just one shot back.
  • Ormsby in touch in India
    Australian Wade Ormsby is two shots behind the lead at the halfway mark of the Indian Open at the Delhi Golf Club.

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