Leishman back after wife's close call

12:31 PM   Marc Leishman says he will never fear anything on a golf course again after coming close to losing wife Audrey to illness.

Furyk wins Heritage golf in playoff

A jubilant Jim Furyk after making a birdie putt on the second playoff hole.

Jim Furyk won his first PGA Tour event in five years, making birdies on both playoff holes to outlast Kevin Kisner on Sunday.

Pregnant Campbell tied fifth in Australia Classic

Nikki Campbell

Canberra golfer Nikki Campbell finished equal fifth in the $150,000 Australia Classic in Sydney on Sunday.

Merritt leads by three, Spieth in the hunt

Troy Merritt waves to the gallery.

Unheralded American Troy Merritt moved one step closer to his maiden PGA Tour title by claiming a three-stroke lead after Saturday's third round of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.

Spieth shoots 9-under 62 at RBC Heritage

Jordan Spieth waves to the gallery after making a birdie on the ninth hole.

Just like that, Masters champion Jordan Spieth is back in contention for another PGA title after shooting a 9-under 62 Friday at the RBC Heritage.

Masters hangover for Spieth

Masters Champion Jordan Spieth visits the observation deck at The Empire State Building.

It's been quite some time since Masters champion Jordan Spieth had to explain a performance this poor.

Campbell's pregnant pause for Australia Classic

Nikki Campbell, will play in the Australia Classic, five months pregnant.

David Polkinghorne   Golf shoes and pregnant, that's how Canberra's Nikki Campbell will tackle the inaugural Australia Classic in Sydney on Friday.

Young guns headline wish list for summer of golf

Major drawcard: US Masters champion Jordan Spieth.

Phil Lutton   Jordan, Rickie, Rory.... it could be three members of a 90s boy band. But that trio are three of the hottest properties in golf and PGA officials hope to cash in when the summer descends in Australia.

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Greg Norman is a sharing, caring kind of guy ... really

Peter FitzSimons dinkus

Peter FitzSimons   Oh lord, please don't let Greg Norman be misunderstood.

Jordan Spieth's Australian coach in demand

Masters winner Jordan Spieth visits the observation deck of the Empire State Building in New York City on Monday.

Jordan Spieth's Masters domination has sent his Australian coach Cameron McCormick's stock soaring.

Woods pops a bone back into his wrist

Sore one: Tiger Woods shows his discomfort after connecting with a tree root in the pine straw on the ninth.

Alex Lavelle   Tiger Woods has revealed a bone in his wrist popped out and he put it back in himself after he caught a tree root with his club on the ninth hole in the final round of the 2015 US Masters.

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Mickelson ready for career grand slam at US Open

Phil Mickelson reacts after hitting onto the 16th green during the fourth round of the Masters.

Larry Fine   Three-time champion Phil Mickelson found his scoring touch at the Masters, closing with a 69 for a runner-up showing that could herald a serious bid to complete his career grand slam at the US Open in June.

Australia's worst Augusta performance since 2001

Plenty to work on: Adam Scott.

Alex Lavelle   Jason Day and Adam Scott are sure to bounce back soon enough. But are there other players capable of stepping up and increasing Australia's strength in depth?

Australia helped Spieth to Masters win

Masters winner Jordan Spieth.

Alex Lavelle   Jordan Spieth began the day of his graceful and respectful stroll to a four-shot US Masters victory in receipt of a text from fellow Texan Ben Crenshaw.

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US Masters 2015: Final round coverage

Jordan Spieth celebrates on the 18th green after his victory.

Scott Spits   Follow live final round coverage of the US Masters at Augusta.

I am still best, says Rory McIlroy

Marked man: Rory McIlroy.

James Corrigan   Whatever else Rory McIlroy was to take from the 79th Masters, he was sure of one thing. "I'm still the world's best golfer," he said.

Golf icons fail to live up to hype

A marketer's dream: Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy wait on the tenth tee during the final round.

Oliver Brown   When the disappointment passes, Woods might concede that this was an unexpectedly successful Masters week, where many had predicted that he would be cruelly embarrassed.

No sob stories for Bubba Watson now

"It's about preparation for next time, whenever that may be": Bubba Watson.

Oliver Brown   It is as if Watson - who perfected his soppy shtick by announcing in his first -victory press conference that he was "just Bubba from Bagdad, Florida" - translates all the mawkishness of Augusta's annual par-three contest into human form.

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Spieth leads by four as Scott and Day fade

In charge:  Jordan Spieth of the United States.

Alex Lavelle   Australia's challenge on 'moving' day at the Masters never got going, with Jason Day and Adam Scott falling further behind runaway leader Jordan Spieth.

Woods ready to contend in majors again

Tiger Woods

Alex Lavelle   At 4.30pm on Saturday, a mighty roar signalled the news the golfing world had feared would never come. Tiger Woods was back, mixing it with the best and proving he was capable of increasing his haul of 14 majors some time soon.