• Do you visualise your shots?
    PGA Pro Charles Kares explains why visualising your golf shots could help improve your game.
  • Win sees Kaymer world No.2
    Martin Kaymer displaced Tiger Woods as the world No.2 on Sunday after winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship for the third time in four years by a thumping eight-shot margin over Rory McIlroy.
  • Laycock defies odds at Knockout event
    Scott Laycock has become the inaugural winner of the Surf Coast Knockout, an event that today exceeded all expectations at The Sands Torquay.
  • Chalmers loses ground
    Jhonattan Vegas and Gary Woodland retained their joint overnight lead at the Bob Hope Classic in California on Saturday, while Australian Greg Chalmers slipped back to eighth place.
  • Matchplay cheat sheet
    Need help to get your head around the final round of the Surf Coast Knockout? Look no further! #scKnockout
  • 32 set to face off in Surf Coast finale
    The stage is set for the finale of the world-first Surf Coast Knockout with 32 professionals preparing to face off in tomorrow’s final round at The Sands Torquay.
  • Kaymer shoots clear
    Defending champion Martin Kaymer shot a blistering 65 on Friday to take a three-shot lead at the halfway mark of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
  • Pom leaps to the lead at Torquay
    Peter O’Malley has shot to the outright lead in the Surf Coast Knockout following the conclusion of the second round at The Sands Torquay.
  • Schwartzel streak continues in Abu Dhabi
    South African Charl Schwartzel fired a sizzling round of 64 to take the lead after day one of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
  • 64’s put Collins, Hendry and Jeffress in lead
    Steve Collins, Michael Hendry and Steven Jeffress all hold a share of the Surf Coast Knockout lead after shooting rounds of 8-under par at The Sands Torquay today.

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