• Gillespie wins Tusker Vanuatu Open.
    Not even a 7.1 magnitude earthquake prior to the round could unsettle the dominant performance of Kiwi Nick Gillespie as he cruised to an 8 shot win in the 2011 Tusker Vanuatu Golf Open.
  • Jung leads the pack at Hawks Nest
    Axel Jung has opened with a round of 69 (-3) in wet and windy conditions at the NSW/ACT PGA Trainee Championship at Hawks Nest Golf Club.
  • Nitties breaks through
    Australian James Nitties has broken through for his first title win in the US after taking out the Nationwide Tour’s Midwest Classic on Sunday.
  • Wyndham win for Webb
    Webb Simpson shot a three-under-par 67 on Monday to capture the Wyndham Championship by three strokes, his first victory of the US PGA Tour.
  • Fisher’s breakthrough win
    England’s Oliver Fisher pulled off a remarkable two-shot victory at the Czech Open on Monday.
  • Breakthrough win for Carlson at FKP series
    Kurt Carlson has taken out the 2011 FKP Sunshine Coast series today by nine shots from Tony Carolan
  • Simpson shoots to Wyndham lead
    Webb Simpson produced a six-under-par 64 to take a two-shot lead going into the final round of the Wyndham Championship.
  • Fisher, O’Hara in Czech Open lead
    England’s Oliver Fisher and Scot Steven O’Hara share the lead after the third round of the Czech Open.
  • Appleby stays in touch
    Tommy Gainey shot a five-under-par 65 on Friday to take the outright lead at the half-way mark of the Wyndham Championship.
  • Lara, Lundberg lead Czech Open
    Spain’s Jose Manuel Lara holds the lead alongside Sweden’s Mikael Lundberg at seven-under par after the second round at the Czech Open.

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