• A slice of history at Wynnum
    Michael Ferguson, Adam Crawford and Edward Stedman have settled for a share of the spoils at the 2011 Bartons/BMD Pro Am held at the Wynnum Golf Club.
  • Scott rues poor start
    Pre-tournament favourite Adam Scott was left to lament his disastrous start on day one after finishing two shots off victory in the Australian PGA Championship at Coolum.
  • Chalmers eyes US Tour
    Greg Chalmers believes his Australian PGA Championship win, a fortnight after he claimed the Australian Open for a second time, can propel him to bigger and better things in America.
  • US claim World Cup
    The United States ended an 11-year drought at the Mission Hills Golf World Cup with victory in China on Sunday.
  • Fraser keeps head up
    He fell agonisingly short of claiming the coveted Kirkwood Cup for the first time, but joint runner-up Marcus Fraser will take nothing but positives out of his impressive performance in the Australian PGA Championship.
  • ‘Flat’ Allenby so close
    Robert Allenby woke up on feeling ‘horrendous’ but finished full of pride after losing in a playoff to Greg Chalmers on a thrilling final day of the Australian PGA Championship at Coolum.
  • Snake won’t commit
    Fresh from adding the Australian PGA Championship to his Australian Open win, Greg Chalmers refused to commit to attempting next month to become just the second player to win the Australian Open, PGA and Masters in the same year because of the lure of family.
    Hear from winner Greg Chalmers and the two men he beat in a playoff to win the Australian PGA Championship, Marcus Fraser and Robert Allenby.
  • Chalmers clinches PGA
    Greg Chalmers has gone back-to-back, overcoming four-time winner Robert Allenby and Marcus Fraser in a playoff to win the Australian PGA Championship
  • Kim: Lead unexpected
    He doesn’t think the course suits his game and doesn’t particularly like putting on Bermuda greens, so it’s fair to say Korean star KT Kim is more than slightly surprised to be leading the Australian PGA Championship after 54 holes.

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