The PGA TOUR today announced the schedule for its 2014-2015 season, which features 47 FedExCup tournaments. This represents two more than the current season, due to the addition of tournaments conducted the same week as the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in November and The Open Championship in July. The biggest change in the schedule, as […]
This week’s PGA Tour event, the USD $6.6 million ($6.14 million AUD) Northern Trust Open will feature 11 players from Australia, the largest gathering of Aussies on US soil for 2012 and set to challenge the likes of world number 1 Luke Donald, Last week’s AT&T winner Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples and Sergio Garcia. Headlining the […]
With the world’s best players heading to Australia this summer, the Official PGA Tour of Australasia iPhone application will bring golf fans even closer to the action. Now available to download for FREE from the iphone store, the PGA Tour of Australasia app will ensure you have the latest features on hand to watch, play […]
2010 US PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Rickie Fowler has added further fire power to the Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola confirming he will be part of the 2011 line up from November 24- 27. 22-year-old Fowler, one of the hottest young prospects in world golf, will bring his unique style to the […]
American Rickie Fowler emphatically claimed a first career victory at the Kolon Korea Open on Sunday after storming to a six shot win over US Open champion Rory McIlroy at Woo Jeong Hills Country Club. World number 36 Fowler, 22, carded a three-under-par 68 final round to top the leaderboard at 16-under-par overall and complete […]
In yet another coup for the Australian summer of golf, Asia’s first Major winner Y E Yang is a confirmed starter in the 2011 Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola. Yang, a two-time OneAsia winner, has confirmed he will ‘turn up the heat’ at the spectacular Hyatt Regency Coolum on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast from 24-27 […]
As the PGA of Australia celebrates their Centenary, we look back at the last 100 years, highlight some of the great moments in the PGA’s history, and see what’s in store for the future. 100-page special issue! [issuu width=420 height=290 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=110923035648-08e62038b37e4a958d61b78a18d6a0d8 name=09_pga_sept-oct11_complete_final username=insidegolf unit=px id=7e981457-2320-ff44-61a6-9429d6629ce9 v=2] Tweet
On September 19th, 1911, a small group of golf professionals banded together and created what is now The PGA of Australia. Today marks the 100th birthday of the Association – and Inside Golf is proud to offer a hearthy “Happy Birthday”! Recently, PGA of Australia CEO Brian Thorburn launched the Association’s year-long Centenary celebrations, […]
Young Webb Simpson closed with three consecutive birdies to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship on the second hole of a sudden death playoff with Chez Reavie. Simpson and Reavie each fired four consecutive rounds in the 60’s to finish regulation at 15-under 269. Reavie appeared to have the title firmly in his grasp as he strolled […]
On the strength of a final-round 65 at Firestone Country Club, Australian Adam Scott captured his first victory of the season and first World Golf Championships title at the Bridgestone Invitational, moving to No. 2 in the International Team standings for The Presidents Cup 2011. Scott trails fellow Australian Jason Day, who finished T4 at […]
Australian Adam Scott has won the World Golf Championship–Bridgestone Invitational in a sensational display of golf that held off challenges from many of the up-and-coming young guns of the game.
Young guns Rory McIlroy and Jason Day might be the hottest golfers on the planet right now, but that won’t stop John Senden believing he can win this year’s US PGA Championship. The former Australian Open champion will tee it up in golf’s final major at the Atlanta Athletic Club secure in the knowledge he has done everything he can to give himself the best possible chance.
We’ve all heard the saying “Pros miss on the high side of the hole, while amateurs miss on the low side of the hole”. What this is referring to is that better putters take into consideration the slope of the green more, while poor putters don’t use as much slope and aim more at the hole.
Rickie Fowler brings excitement to golf like no other player of his age. Proving his mettle throughout the 2010 PGA Tour season, Fowler notched seven top-10’s, won US$2.8 million, was a captain’s pick for the Ryder Cup and was named Rookie of the Year. It was colour and movement all the way, yet there is more to come as Fowler sets his sights on 2011 for the Presidents Cup and his first win on the PGA Tour.
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Graeme McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, has joined Srixon® as a member of their PGA Tour staff. McDowell, who is also a six-time winner on the European Tour, will play Srixon® irons, Cleveland® wedges and Srixon® balls. He will also wear a Srixon® hat and glove and carry a Srixon® bag. “We are extremely pleased […]