Posts Tagged "Australian Open Golf"

Jordan Spieth has already pencilled the 2017 Australian Open in his diary as he looks to continue etching his name on the Stonehaven Cup.

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Matt Jones overcame a bogey-double bogey start with a triple at the ninth to hold off Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth by a shot to win his first Australian Open.

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It sounds like a big call, but the 35-year-old Matt Jones has one hand on the coveted Stonehaven Cup. World number one and defending champion Jordan Spieth is the chaser, three shots adrift on this final day.

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Geoff Ogilvy could have – and should have – fired in a 63 or 64 in the second round of the Australian Open yesterday.

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Any golf fan browsing through the 156-strong Australian Open field at the Australian Golf Club wouldn’t have glanced at Lincoln Tighe, Chun-An Yu, or Todd Sinnott.

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He’s blessed with the sweetest of swings, but it was Adam Scott’s heart that kept him in national championship contention during a torrid first round on Thursday at The Australian Golf Club.

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On Tuesday Jordan Spieth labelled Australian Adam Scott as his greatest threat. And yesterday Scott gave credence to the world number one and defending Australian Open champion’s comment by monstering the Australian Club with 10 birdies in the pro-am.

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Karrie Webb says she has another major in her after bouncing back from one of the worst weeks of her career to win her fifth Women’s Australian Open title.

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Australia’s newest golfing hero Adam Scott believes he’s as close as he’s ever been to clinching the number one ranking in the sport, but says he’s got a lot of work to do if he’s to topple Tiger Woods from the top.

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Adam Scott’s chief rival for Australian Open honours has warned the tournament favourite against ditching his beloved broomstick putter while pursuing a second Stonehaven Cup.

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He is 63 years old, ranked No.900 in the world and hasn’t won a non-Seniors event in almost a decade and a half. But try telling golfing great Tom Watson he can’t win next month’s Australian Open in Sydney.

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For the first time in well over a decade, golf has a swagger about it in Australia. The golfing world has had its collective eyes on Sydney and Melbourne in the last fortnight and Australia’s golf administrators have to seize the momentum.

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One of the biggest unanswered sporting questions this year is why did Tiger Woods sack his caddy Steve Williams in July?

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In an interview that was conducted with Tiger Woods during his long absence from the game, he was asked who he thought was the best golfer in the world.

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The unwelcome John Daly put on a proper professional golfer’s persona at Woodlands golf club on Monday in his first public appearance since disgracing himself at last week’s Australian Open.

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Unsung Greg Chalmers was moved to tears after upstaging a star-studded cast including the resurgent Tiger Woods to join exalted company as a dual Australian Open golf champion on Sunday.

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Greg Chalmers will no longer think of 13 as an unlucky number after posting 13-under to win his second Australian Open at the The Lakes yesterday, 13 years after his first.

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An early morning seven-under par (65) from Jarrod Lyle has given the Australian the clubhouse lead after the opening round of the 2011 Australian Open.

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One stellar round doesn’t necessarily mean Tiger Woods is back, but the signs were sure good for him at the Australian Open on Thursday.

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Another John Daly brain snap overshadowed some Adam Scott and Jarrod Lyle brilliance on an extraordinary opening day of the Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney.

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