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Day lets slip golden chance

Jason Day can’t believe it as a putt slips by at East Lakes. Australian Jason Day let slip a chance to storm up the Tour Championship leaderboard today as Paul Casey stood on the verge of golf’s biggest pay day. Day, 29, jumped out of the gates with four consecutive ...

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Armstrong set to be a President's man

Joshua Armstrong is ready to go in the Junior President’s Cup An excited Josh Armstrong has jetted out for the United States in readiness to become one of the ‘Presidents Men’ at the Inaugural Junior President’s Cup next week at Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey. Armstrong will be one ...

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Klein takes another title

  Redcliffe teenager Doug Klein has completed a wire-to-wire for his second consecutive title, today clinching the highly-regarded Gary Player Classic on the eve of his 20th birthday. Klein streeted the field to win the 18-20 years division, Louis Dobbelaar (Brookwater) won the 16-17 years division while Southport’s Elvis Smylie ...

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AUDIO: Office work spurs Kirk on

[embedded content] A dose of office work reality has helped propel Katherine Kirk to her best LPGA Tour season in seven years. The genial Queenslander backed up her Thornberry Creek Classic win in July with a T3 at last week’s major championship in Evian, France. Along with a handful of ...

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Aussies vow Atlanta fightback

Jason Day rips a tee shot at the Tour Championship. Picture: GETTY IMAGES Jason Day and Marc Leishman have promised to come out guns blazing in the second round of the Tour Championship after falling back from the lead this morning in Atlanta. The Australian contingent at the FedEx Cup ...

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Survey: Influence the future direction of golf

As part of the golfing population in Australia, you have the opportunity to influence the direction of some of the most important topics in golf. We would really appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete our survey and share your opinions. The work is being undertaken in partnership ...

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Price: Cup maturing into classic

International team captain Nick Price says the Presidents Cup has taken huge steps to eventually make it as prominent as the Ryder Cup. Speaking to Radio RSN this morning, the Zimbabwean legend said just as matches between (originally) Britain and (later) Ireland against the might of the United States struggled ...

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Green to take on the boys

Hannah Green during a strength and conditioning workout last year. Hannah Green will make a triumphant return to Western Australia next month to compete at the Nexus Risk TSA Group WA Open at Royal Perth. Fresh from securing her 2018 LPGA Tour card, following an outstanding rookie professional season in ...

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PODCAST: Episode #18 out now

On Episode 18, Matthew Guyatt (32.30) talks about his missing money from the China Open, Katherine Kirk  (49.00) chats about her great recent form and the 1986 Australian Open Champion Rodger Davis is the guest on  segment ‘The road to the Open’ (1.09:35). Mike Clayton and Mark Hayes join Andy Maher. ...

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9 weeks to #AusOpenGolf: Rodger Davis

[embedded content] Sometimes, it all comes down to one shot. As soon as the Inside The Ropes crew asked Rodger Davis about his memories of winning the 1986 Australian Open, he instantly flashed to his superb approach to the 71st hole at Metropolitan Golf Club. And, trailing playing partner Graham ...

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