John Senden is ready to surprise the golf world and make a huge play for the lucrative FedEx Cup.
Tony Jimenez It is not often a 64-year-old eclipses his much younger playing partner in a major championship but it happened on Sunday when the seemingly ageless Tom Watson put one over on Australian John Senden.
Adam Scott and John Senden are well placed to keep the green jacket in Australian hands halfway through the Masters at Augusta National.
John Senden and Bubba Watson are probably polar opposites, creating an intriguing final group for the Masters.
John Senden can't wait to return to Augusta National in 2015, as the big Queenslander is trending upwards at the Masters.
Australia’s John Senden shot a scorching seven-under 63 to shoot up the leaderboard in pursuit of Rory McIlroy after Friday’s second round of the PGA tournament in Florida.
An injury-affected 2013 behind him, John Senden feels ready to climb back towards the golf's top 50.
John Senden soars into contention at the PGA tour event in Florida on the back of a brilliant seven-under 64 which drew him to within two strokes of leader Robert Garrigus.
Veteran Australian John Senden wins the $5.7 million Tampa Bay Championship by a strokeafter a strong finish.
Matt Murnane and Ben Everill Australia's charge at next month's US Masters is getting stronger by the week.
Greg Chalmers has one more week to defend a return to the US PGA Tour while 11 other Australians need to come from the clouds if they are to move to the big show for the 2014-15 season
American Billy Horschel won the US PGA's season-ending Tour Championship and captured the playoff points crown Sunday, firing a final-round 68 to defeat Jim Furyk and Rory McIlroy by three strokes.
Ben Everill Jason Day needs a few favours if he is to win the season-long FedEx Cup and a monumental $US10 million bonus but the Queenslander is holding up his end of the bargain sitting tied second halfway...
Adam Scott and the Australian tilt are virtually resigned to playing for FedEx Cup points rather than the BMW Championship trophy after another average day in Denver.
Australian golfer Geoff Ogilvy has secured a place in next week's Tour Championship and with it, a place in the Masters and the US and British Opens next year.
Jason Day declared himself a starter at the lucrative Tour Championship, barring any significant setback, after getting through light practice on Tuesday.
Jason Day shakes off injury cloud to be just one off the lead after the opening round of the US PGA Tour Championship.
Ben Everill Adam Scott has failed to make a move in the third round of the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, leaving the Australian tilt floundering.
In his last two starts, Jason Day has been in the thick of final-round action, but the world No.7 knows his best this season is still in front of him.
Geoff Ogilvy extends a late season comeback to soar in the US PGA Tour's playoffs.