• Knockout sets new course for golf
    When Scott Laycock raised the Surf Coast Knockout winner’s trophy late last Sunday evening, questions were already being asked as to ‘where to’ for the revolutionary event.
  • Fowler wins Tasmanian Senior Open
    Peter Fowler has won the 2011 Finance Brokers of Tasmania Senior Open with a superb final round course record of 63.
  • Bubba in tears after Tour win
    American Bubba Watson secured just his second PGA Tour title on Monday, winning the Farmers Insurance Open by one stroke in California.
  • Correct grip pressure
    PGA Professional Brendan Chatham demonstrates correct grip pressure and the impact it can have on your game.
  • Harwood and Dowling grab lead
    Victorians Michael Harwood and Greg Dowling share the lead following the first round of the 2011 Tasmania Senior Open.
  • Casey breaks title drought
    England’s Paul Casey won his first tournament in almost two years on Monday with a thrilling victory in the Volvo Golf Champions event in Bahrain.
  • Rich River Title Up For Grabs
    The 2011 Coca-Cola Rich River Trainee Classic returns to Rich River Golf Club Resort on the Murray River in Moama, New South Wales.
  • Mickelson joins Haas on top
    American world no.6 Phil Mickelson and compatriot Bill Haas will take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open in California.
  • Casey, Hanson share Bahrain lead
    England’s Paul Casey shares the lead with Sweden’s Peter Hanson going into the final round of the Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain on Saturday.
  • Haas leads at Torrey Pines
    Bill Haas is already putting the memory of last week’s play-off loss at the Bob Hope Classic behind him by taking the lead of the Farmers Insurance Open.

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