• So close for Senior
    A missed 5-foot par putt at the second play-off hole has cost Australian great Peter Senior a win at the first major of the year on the Champions Tour.
  • Drill to help your putting
    PGA Professional Daniel Blackwell describes a useful putting drill to help with pace control.
  • Amateur Henley’s Nationwide win
    American Russell Henley became just the second amateur in history to win an event on the Nationwide Tour after taking out the Stadion Classic event.
  • Title fits like a glove
    American Lucas Glover captured his first title since the 2009 US Open with victory at the Wells Fargo Championship on Monday.
  • Aiken dedicates win to Seve
    South African Thomas Aiken shot a two-under-par 70 on Sunday to win the Spanish Open by two shots from Denmark’s Anders Hansen.
  • Kim Kyung-tae triumphs in Korea
    Korean Kim Kyung-tae secured his second Maekyung Open crown with a dominant eight-shot victory on Sunday.
  • Reed’s Morobe Open double
    Heath Reed has won back to back Coca Cola Morobe Opens after his one shot victory over New Zealander Josh Carmichael.
  • Vale Seve Ballesteros
    Spanish golf legend Seve Ballesteros dies aged 54.
  • Byrd on song at Quail Hollow
    Jonathan Byrd carded a five-under 67 to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship.
  • Kim leads Maekyung by six shots
    Kim Kyung-tae is closing in on the Maekyung Open title with a six shot lead heading into the final round.

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One Response to "PGA Australia News for: May 10, 2011"

  1. Troy Vayanos  May 15, 2011

    A real legend of the game and will be sorely missed.

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