• Donald will be back
    There was no fairytale finish to 2011 for Luke Donald, but the World No.1 will leave Australia with fond memories from the JBWere Masters at Victoria Golf Club.
  • Ogilvy lets it slip
    Victorian Geoff Ogilvy was making no excuses for his final round meltdown at the JBWere Australian Masters at Victoria Golf Club.
  • Pressure pays for Poulter
    Ian Poulter is widely renowned for his skills in matchplay situations and his ability to put pressure on his playing partner certainly helped him out when he claimed the JBWere Australian Masters at Victoria Golf Club on Sunday.
  • Poulter wins Masters title
    Flashy Englishman Ian Poulter has finished the year on a high by staring down playing partner Geoff Ogilvy to add the 2011 JBWere Australian Masters gold jacket to his highly distinctive and very extensive wardrobe.
  • Poulter edges ahead
    Ian Poulter has his nose in front of playing partner and overnight leader Geoff Ogilvy heading down the home stretch at the 2011 JBWere Australian Masters at Victoria Golf Club.
  • Manassero vows to return
    Italian youngster Matteo Manassero enjoyed his time at the JBWere Masters at Victoria Golf Club and hopes to return to Australia soon.
  • Masters set for big finish
    Storm clouds are gathering over Victoria Golf Club with tournament leaders Geoff Ogilvy and Ian Poulter set to go head-to-head down the home stretch for the right to wear the JBWere Australian Masters yellow jacket.
  • Schwartzel closes gap on Westwood
    Runaway leader Lee Westwood saw his 11-shot lead cut to four by Masters champion Charl Schwartzel at the Thailand Golf Championship.
  • One of my best: Ogilvy
    By his own estimation, Geoff Ogilvy has played ‘thousands’ of rounds at Victoria Golf Club, but none anywhere near as good as Saturday’s course record-equalling 63 at the JBWere Australian Masters.
  • Ogilvy set for Glory
    Local favourite Geoff Ogilvy sits in pole position with 18 holes to play at the JBWere Australian Masters after firing a sizzling third-round eight-under 63 at Victoria Golf Club.

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