• Ormsby through to final stage
    Australian Wade Ormsby was one of 81 golfers to successfully qualify for the final stage of the European Tour’s Q-School after the four second stage tournaments concluded in Spain on Monday.
  • Aussies on track at Q-School
    Australians Jarrod Lyle and Matt Jones are both closing in on securing their PGA Tour cards after the penultimate round of the qualifying event in La Quinta, California.
  • Tiger breaks title drought
    Tiger Woods has clinched his first title in over two years with a thrilling victory at the Chevron World Challenge on Sunday.
  • Kennedy’s career high at Clearwater
    His triumph at the New Zealand Open was the sweetest success of Australian Brad Kennedy’s career and it’s hard to go past 2011 as the best of his 17 years as a professional.
  • Westwood retains title
    Englishman Lee Westwood won the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa for the second year in succession on Sunday.
  • Grillo grills Q-School
    Emiliano Grillo shares the lead at one of four European Tour qualifying events in Southern Spain after a blistering 10-under-par round of 62 on Sunday.
  • McIlroy triumphs in Hong Kong
    Rory McIlroy took out the Hong Kong Open on Sunday to set up an exciting finish to the European Tour’s Race to Dubai.
  • Kennedy wins NZ Open
    The 18th hole twice claimed Craig Parry as a victim but it made a hero of fellow Aussie Brad Kennedy as he drained a lengthy birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win the New Zealand Open.
  • Jones falls back at Q-School
    Australian Matt Jones’ hopes of securing a berth on the PGA Tour took a blow after he shot a 78 in the fourth round of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament in California.
  • NZ Open live on Channel 10
    The BMW New Zealand Open hosted by Christchurch is being shown live on Channel 10 from 1 – 5pm

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