Golfing World: ISPS Handa European Masters
Here we explore the event that is the ISPS Handa European Masters and make a quick round up of this year’s action.
Golfing World: Get to know Brett Rumford
Here we sit down Brett Rumford as he talks to us about his goals for the year ahead and beyond
Golfing World: European Tour veteran Brett Rumford
We sit down with 2013 European Tour back-to-back winner Brett Rumford, as he plans for more success in 2014.
Golfing World: Catching up with Scott Hend
Golfing World chat with Scott Hend, who spent a successful 2013 playing all over the globe and racking up huge air miles.
International Crown: Australia's Katherine Kirk and Karrie Webb
Australia's Katherine Kirk and Karrie Webb are this week's International Crown feature.from Australia? Or Acker Dacker, as we call them. Yep. And INXS, Air Supply and Men At Work. You remember that song Land Down Under? You, you forget Keith, Keith Urban ? Keith Urban . Australia is also the birthplace of many Hollywood actors. Like Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and my all time favorite, Hugh Jackman . Or you could say, and my all time favorite, Hugh Jackman . Because we love our Vegemite. We all adore Vegemite. As for our golf games , we are one of eight teams to compete in the first ever National Crown. Go Australia, Aussie, Aussie, Aussie. Oy, oy oy.
Cheyenne Woods holds share of lead in Ladies Masters
Cheyenne Woods cards a 6-under-par 67 to grab a share the lead with South Africa’s Stacy Lee Bregman in the second round of Volvik RACV Ladies Masters in Australia.preparation for me. I learned a lot playing a full year on Ladies European Tour and I'm just using that to my advantage this year. I'm a lot more comfortable out here. I've been here before. I've
Lyle: Emotional finish with family at '05 Heineken
Jarrod Lyle at the Heineken Classic in 2005 where he finished third and was interviewed with his family after the final round. Go to GolfChannel.com/lyle for the complete special report.afternoon, 5 years ago you've been thinking of ever standing over a golf ball again. John, I know you're pretty emotional as well and, you know, to play alongside two of the greats of the Australian game in Nick O'Hern and Craig Parry and for your young fellow to hole these set off and be right there when the guns were firing on the back
Golfing World: Carbrook Golf Club
Golfing World braves the sharks and checks out the offerings at Australia’s Carbrook Golf Club.just grown up living in the lake like that sits beside the golf course there. -While some Carbrook residents still brave the water, the days of golfers jumping in to retrieve lost balls are long gone. But for quite a while after the flooding, many members refuse to believe the stories were true. -It's probably a bit of a myth at the start like the Loch Ness Monster . -And that went on for a number of-- a number of years and then a couple of people actually got some shotsdangerous water has it or undoubtedly the stars, this isn't a novelty golf course . The monthly tournaments here has been renamed in their honor, but Carbrook also hosts national level championships as it offers a stern test. -People talk about how good the greens are. Consistently year round they're always good. It's quite a forgiving place to play. There's a lot of water, but it's-- you know, it also have a lot of area where you can't miss it. Sort of a-- It's a lengthy field. It's a fairly flat golf course with some small undulations especially around the greens. There are a number of trees, but I would say it's a fairly open style of golf course . -There are two different nines. The front pretty straight forward. Like shape wise most holes are pretty straight and the holes are
Lyle: Allenby 'amazed' by Lyle's return to competition
Robert Allenby speaks about watching Jarrod Lyle's return to professional golf and what it was like for friends and family to witness.had a lot of significance for him coming back to that--to that golf course . And I will say that Australian Masters would have been first pro tournament that he ever played in too. So there wasthat with all the hype and everything that went on off the golf course , for him to actually physically pull it together on the golf course is just an amazing feat. Really was. It was awesome.
Day, Australia win World Cup of Golf
Jason Day and Australia held off the field to capture an emotional victory at the World Cup of Golf in front of their hometown fans.
Grey Goose: Will the PGA Ever Go Overseas?
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay question the PGA Tour and if they'll ever venture out to play tournaments, especially in the Major Championships, overseas.on in the-- in the primetime, and you can go to a golf course like Royal Melbourne. It's a solid venue, it's one of the greatest courses in the world, you know you're gonna have a great event, you're gonna have great fans support. To me it's a no-brainer and their new television deal starts then, so they will work out all the kinks and they will more importantly get it away from the Olympic Games. -2020 the summer games were in Tokyo, so why not have it somewhere in that part of the world where all of the best players are all there. -Well, I think if they do this, eventually, it's gonna be in China. It's going to be in Asia at some point for marketing reasons if they take it overseas. I don't know if there is a golf course there yet, you would know more than I would. -Someday. -That's good enough, but someday there will be. But I think the idea, what I would do in 2020 is move it to May. You can go where you want, that Royal Melbourne, you can go there then and have the PGA Tour , move the Players Championship back to March that year. It's better than any way. -I'll let you mail that suggestion into the
Recalling a golf trip to Adam Scott's backyard of Queensland
With Australia's Adam Scott freshly crowned Masters champ, Brandon Tucker recalls the unique sights trip to Scott's home of Queensland a few years ago.
Tom Doak on Royal Melbourne, Alister MacKenzie and the best winter golf destination in the world
Earlier this year, Tom Doak was appointed as a consulting architect to President's Cup host Royal Melbourne, where he will help oversee updates to the famed Alister MacKenzie design.