Who is Oliver Goss? If you don't know, you should
Meet Oliver Goss, the man who enters the third round tied for the lead at the 2014 Quicken Loans National at Congressional.
Fantasy: Who's the top pick at the Greenbrier?
Ryan Lavner joins Will Gray to help make those tough fantasy decisions for the 2014 Greenbrier Classic. Play alongside our experts by logging onto www.golfchannel.com/fantasy
Oh my Goss! 20-year-old co-leads Congressional
Charlie Rymer joins Golf Central to discuss 20-year-old Oliver Goss. The Australian is tied for the lead entering the third round of the 2014 Quicken Loans National at Congressional.
College Central: Men, women begin preparation
This week on College Central, Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner recap the last few tournaments from both the men's and women's side, Oliver Goss and Stanford's Rodgers and Wilson continue to impress and Ashlan Ramsey announces going pro.
U.S. Am runner-up Goss turning pro at Travelers
Turns out both players in the 2013 U.S. Amateur final will be making their pro debuts this week.
Reed leads by two through 54 at Congressional
Patrick Reed held it together better than anyone Saturday at steamy Congressional to build a two-shot lead in the Quicken Loans National.
Travelers Championship strategy: Invest in the future
The Travelers Championship has a strategy when it comes to its field and its stability: Focus on the future.
Aussies going low at Quicken Loans
Two Aussies topped the Quicken Loans National leaderboard midway through the second round. One is already a PGA Tour winner, the other is playing in his second tournament as a professional.
Amateur Goss to celebrate 20th birthday at Masters
Oliver Goss turns 20 on Saturday. He’ll celebrate with a round of golf at Augusta National as the only amateur to make the cut this year at the Masters.
Aussie Goss finishes as low - and lone - amateur
Last year Adam Scott became the first Australian to claim the green jacket. Twelve months later Oliver Goss became the first player from Down Under to win the Silver Cup awarded to the week’s low amateur at the Masters.
C'mon, Aussies! Augusta invasion from Down Under
Kelly Tilghman and Tripp Isenhour on the rise of Adam Scott, Matt Jones and other fellow Australians who are playing this week in the Masters.Champagne and tears of joy for Matt Jones just 33 years old, playing his first masters. Steven Bowditch Jason Day, Oliver Goss, the amateur Matt Jones Marc Leishman, Adam Scott , John Senden all representing the land from down under. And three of these contestants, three of these tournament invitees Qualified for Augusta. In just the last four weeks, we were talking about Bowditch, Senden, and Jones, of course. The last man to get into the field. Wen't to ASU. A lot of his Arizona friends in attendance. Here with Trip Eisenhower. This is a wonderful story, isn't it? Oh, well, it sure is. And Matt Jones a matter of, getting the putter going in the right direction. I spoke with him at Bay Hill. And he said, if I start making some putts, my games in good shape. And, You know, he had a little premonition there, I guess, that it was gonna come soon, and thankfully it did because going that first trip to Augusta is so important, but it looks like he's focused. He's playing well and that's the key. Focus on what you're doing great, and he's hitting a lot of greens and putting well, so, Matt Jones A lot of confidence right now. He's the same age as his fellow countryman, Adam Scott By the way I have a list of Australian winners on the PGA tour. In this new wrap around season we have four. He is one of them not to win, which is pretty hard to believe. Had a great shot at Bay Hill. Is he Masters ready? Adam Scott is always major ready. He is one of three players to make the cut in the last eight majors. He's a combined four under par. The other two players are Jason Dufner and Tiger Woods. He's competitively starving himself to be ready for majors. Adam Scott is gonna put up a great defense. Let's forget about what he did at Bay Hill.