Australian James Nitties shot a three-under par 69 to hold a share of the lead at the halfway point of the US PGA qualifying tournament.
Australian golfer James Nitties shot a nine-under 63 to take a one shot lead after the second round of the US PGA Tour qualifying tournament.
The Australian contingent of US PGA Tour hopefuls have some chasing to do after the opening round of final qualifying.
Australia could boast the longest-hitting golfer on the US PGA Tour next year if Won Jon Lee gets his way over the next week.
Chris Talbot Australia's Nathan Green and Andrew Buckle have carded five-under par 67s to be equal third after the opening round of the PGA Tour's Viking Classic.
Australian golfer Andrew Buckle continued to edge up the leaderboard, sitting fourth after the third round of the USPGA Reno-Tahoe Open on Saturday.
West Australian Scott Strange has secured a start in the British Open at Royal Birkdale for his strong season on the European tour.
Peter Lonard bounced back from a six-week layoff with a bad back by shooting a four-under-par 66 in the first round of the US PGA Tour's Travelers Championship.
Greg Norman had a tough day starting his first US PGA Tour event in 18 months at the $A6.7 million PGA Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle shot a sizzling eight-under-par 63 on Sunday to win the Mexican Open, his first title as a professional.
Australian Brett Rumford is within touching distance of a 2008 US PGA Tour card after rising to second place with one round to go in the qualifying school.
Australians Brett Rumford and David Lutterus are off to flying starts in the final stage of the US PGA Tour qualifying school.
By John Coomber A dozen Australians are about to tee off in the first of six gruelling rounds at the Orange County National Golf Centre in Florida.
By Neil Harvey David McKenzie and Scott Gardiner have both fallen short of earning him a US PGA Tour card.
It's do-or-die time for a bunch of Australian golfers in the United States this week.