Mark Hensby

Leishman, Price grab US PGA Tour cards

Robert Grant Australians Marc Leishman and Aron Price will be newcomers on the US PGA Tour next year.

Eagles see Matteson soar to PGA lead

American Troy Matteson swooped with a pair of eagles to seize the first-round lead in the $US4.6 million ($A6.94 million) Children's Miracle Network Classic.

Flanagan joins birdie spree in Las Vegas

Australian rookie Nick Flanagan found hot scoring form in a late bid to retain his US PGA Tour card next season.

Sabbatini seizes the lead at Texas Open

South Africa's Rory Sabbatini fired a seven-under-par 63 to capture the third-round lead in the US PGA Tour's $US4.5 million ($A6.58 million) Texas Open.

Aussie Day equal third in PGA event

John Kekis Australia's Jason Day has shot a 71 be one shot behind the leaders after the third round of the Turning Stone Resort Championship PGA event on Saturday.

Day hits ace in PGA event

Australia's Jason Day has scored a spectacular hole in one in his second round on Friday to claim third spot in the $US6 million Turning Stone Championship.

Allan maintains late season fightback

Former Australian Open champion Steve Allan has extended his late season fightback on the US PGA Tour.

Senden, Hensby in hunt at Wyndham

Andrew Both John Senden is back in business after an illness that knocked him for six at the wrong time of the year.

Lonard cards four-under in opening round

Andrew Both Peter Lonard has bounced back from a disappointing performance at the final major with a four-under-par 66 in the opening round at the Wyndham Championship.

Matt Jones rediscovers form on PGA Tour

Australian rookie Matt Jones swept back to form to grab a share of fourth place in the Buick Open.

Scott Strange to make British Open debut

West Australian Scott Strange has secured a start in the British Open at Royal Birkdale for his strong season on the European tour.

Hensby keen to make Presidents Cup team

Andrew Both Forgotten Australian golfer Mark Hensby is alive and kicking, and highly motivated to make next year's Presidents Cup team.

Scott declares Byron Nelson his to win

Andrew Both Australian Adam Scott declared the Byron Nelson Championship was his to win or lose after the third round in Dallas.

Scott leads as Aussies fire in Texas

Andrew Both It was more like Australia Day than Anzac Day as Australians filled three of the top four positions after the second round at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship.

Goggin, Scott fire in Texas

Andrew Both Australians Mathew Goggin and Adam Scott mastered extremely difficult conditions to start strong in the first round at the Byron Nelson Championship in Dallas.

Goggin shares lead at Bob Hope Classic

Australia's Mat Goggin has fired a seven-under-par 65 to share in a five-way tie for the lead after the opening round of the US PGA Tour's Bob Hope Classic.

Look out Open, ear comes Allenby

By James Dampney Robert Allenby produced some rare theatrics at the Australian Open, donning bright red earmuffs before putting himself in contention for another Stonehaven Cup.

Crunch time for Aussie golfers in the US

It's do-or-die time for a bunch of Australian golfers in the United States this week.