• Ball the best in Bunbury
    Richard Ball has claimed the 2011 Nexus South West Open with a final round 68.
  • Perfect 10 for Stricker
    American Steve Stricker won his 10th PGA Tour title with a one-stroke win in The Memorial Tournament in Ohio.
  • Set the wrists for a good backswing
    PGA Pro Mark Tibbles explains why the correct setting or hinging of the wrists is important when trying to develop an effective backswing.
  • Fowler Senior Masters champion
    Peter Fowler ended a two year wait for a maiden European Senior Tour title and gave himself an early birthday present with a three stroke victory in the ISPS Handa Senior Masters presented by The Stapleford Forum.
  • Noren claims Wales crown
    Sweden’s Alexander Noren held off a determined challenge from Gregory Bourdy to clinch the Wales Open at Celtic Manor on Monday.
  • Bi-o masters China
    Korean Kim Bi-o produced a stunning fourth-round 66 to claim claiming the Nanshan China Masters after three playoff holes on Sunday.
  • Stricker still out in front
    Steve Stricker leads by three shots going into the final day of the Memorial Tournament after a three-under-par 69 on Saturday.
  • Laycock shares lead in China
    Australian Scott Laycock and New Zealander Michael Long will take a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the Nanshan China Masters.
  • WA Pro-Am circuit supports junior development.
    The PGA supported by the Department of Sport and Recreation are exposing the game to children in regional WA.
  • Pampling in the hunt
    Australian Rod Pampling is right in the mix at the US PGA Tour Memorial Tournament, rocketing into a share of second place after round two in Ohio.

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