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Race Against Time Ahead of Masters for Scott and Day

Adam Scott and Jason Day have injury and health issues to overcome ahead of the Masters beginning on November 12th, but the pair who enjoy fine records in the event appear on track to extend their love affair with Augusta National. Scott’s recent diagnosis when testing positive for Covid 19 will mean a disrupted preparation […]

Chalk and Cheese for Hannah Green

Hannah Green – file photo Defending champion Hannah Green improved 13 shots on her opening round of 79 at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at the Aronimink Golf Club in Philadelphia, adding a 4 under 66 to jump a massive 79 places, the West Australian now tied for 46th in the third major championship of […]

Hannah Green Defends at Aronimink

Hannah Green – awarded the Greg Norman Medal in 2019 for her major breakthrough The LPGA Tour will this week play the third of its four 2020 major championships when the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is contested at the Aronimink Golf Club in Newton Square in Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. Only the US Women’s Open in […]

Maverick Antcliffe establishes himself in Europe

Maverick Antcliffe – file photo courtesy of China Tour  27-year-old Queenslander, Maverick Antcliffe, might not be a name well recognised in Australian professional ranks but it is fair to assume it won’t be long before it is. Antcliffe, today, earned his biggest cheque in professional golf when he finished in a share of third place […]

Australasia Well Represented at US Open

Jason Day has enjoyed a good record at the US Open since his debut in 2011 (pictured) The US Open is now just a week away and with nine Australians and two New Zealanders having played their way into the field there is much interest in the event from this part of the world. In […]