Jason Day set about making some amends for his lacklustre US PGA Tour season with a blistering 10-birdie round in Las Vegas.
Golf Jason Day set about making some amends for his lacklustre US PGA Tour season with a blistering 10-birdie round in Las Vegas.
Rod Pampling is sharpening his mental game amid a field of desperate golfers making last stands to retain their US PGA Tour cards for next season.
Los Angeles Field of desperate golfers making last stands to retain US PGA Tour cards for next season.
Ben Everill Matt Jones, Steven Bowditch, James Nitties and Mathew Goggin survive stage two in Texas.
Los Angeles Five of the 13 Australians at the US PGA tour Q-School sit inside the top-25 card mark at the halfway point of the tough six-round tournament in La Quinta, California.
Australian golfers Steven Bowditch and Matt Jones will return to full status on the US PGA Tour in 2013 after claiming cards on the final day of the qualifying school.
"My putting has been filthy. So I am going to cheat this week and put in the belly putter," Green says
Australians Stuart Appleby and Gavin Coles are three shots off the lead after the first round of the US PGA's Canadian Open, but it was a forgettable day for British Open champion Ernie Els.
Carl Pettersson, coming off his best finish in a major, fired an eight-under 62 on Thursday to seize a one-shot lead after the first round of the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championship.
Los Angeles Robert Allenby and Greg Chalmers will let fate decide whether they play in the prestigious World Golf Championship Match Play tournament.
Greg Chalmers believes New Orleans could be the perfect venue to arrest his Sunday slides on the US PGA Tour.
James Dampney Newcastle golfer James Nitties' stop-start career is back on track after he secured a spot on the lucrative US PGA Tour for 2009.
Harrison Frazar shot a 59 in the fourth round of the US PGA Tour qualifying tournament, the first player in eight years to hit golf's magic number at Q-school.
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.
Robert Grant Australians Marc Leishman and Aron Price will be newcomers on the US PGA Tour next year.
Australian Robert Allenby sits just three shots off the lead after an excellent opening round of the $US4.6 million Ginn sur Mer Classic.