Australia’s unheralded Sarah Jane Smith has put herself into a four-shot lead in the US Women’s Open giving herself a chance to win her first-ever LPGA Tour event and her first major. more
Jason Day and Adam Scott both made strong runs at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio today, Day chasing the No. 1 world ranking and Scott trying to qualify for the US Open later this month. more
Sound familiar…..“I was driving past your club in my Porsche 911 and a golf ball went thud on my windscreen putting a big crack in the front.” Or, “I’m a neighbour and I’ve got a golf ball sitting in my kitchen. more
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Karrie Webb is back playing at the US Women’s Open this week, and the veteran Australian feels mentally fresh after an experimental part-time playing schedule this season. more
The R&A has unveiled its “Women in Golf Charter” as part of the organisation’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work within the golf industry. more
The 2019 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open will be played at The Grange Golf Club in Adelaide from 14-17 February. more
The move towards One Golf continues to gain momentum with the voting members of Golf Queensland giving their unanimous support. more
On a day full of numbers, the only important figure was that Minjee Lee finished No.1. more
If Cam Davis was a horse, you’d describe him as a swooper – and a very fast one, at that. more