• Tiger joins all star cast for Aus Open
    Tiger Woods is the latest big name heading to Sydney in November for the Australian Open to begin one of the greatest years ever for Australian golf.
  • PGA CEO: Tiger the tip of the iceberg
    Tiger Woods will complement what is already set to be a huge summer for Australian golf says PGA CEO Brian Thorburn.
  • Clough wins NSW/ACT APC qualifying
    Federal Golf Club Head Professional Michael Clough has taken out the NSW/ACT State Qualifying for the PGA Professionals Championship after birdying the first play-off hole.
  • Stallings claims maiden win
    Rookie Scott Stallings won his first PGA Tour title with victory in a three-way playoff at the Greenbrier Classic on Sunday.
  • Error costs Green win
    Simon Dyson has won his fifth European Tour title with a thrilling one-shot win over Australian Richard Green at the Irish Open.
  • Ikeda wins Sun Chlorella, Barnes fourth
    Japan’s Yutu Ikeda claimed a slender one-shot victory at the Sun Chlorella Classic on Sunday.
  • Hall and Spargo share the spoils at Capricorn
    Ashley Hall and Paul Spargo have been declared joint winners of the 2011 Pat O’Driscoll Real Estate/Tropical Auto Group Golf Classic
  • Kim sizzles into lead
    Anthony Kim produced an outstanding eight-under-par 62 on Saturday to take the lead going into the final round of the Greenbrier Classic.
  • Green shares lead in Killarney
    Australian Richard Green holds a share of the lead heading into the final round of the Irish Open in Killarney.
  • Appleby struggles at Greenbrier
    Defending champion Stuart Appleby has missed the cut at Greenbrier Classic, where Brendon de Jonge and Webb Simpson share a one-shot lead after round two.

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