Nick O'Hern

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Nick O'Hern in hunt for first US PGA crown

Australian Nick O'Hern is well placed to capture his maiden US PGA crown sitting just a shot off the lead heading into the final round at the $US6.1 million Travelers Championship.

Golfer Nick O'Hern eyes US Open spot

Andrew Both Nick O'Hern is among several Australians hoping to use this week's Colonial tournament on the US PGA Tour as a springboard to the US Open.

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Appleby survives on PGA Tour

Los Angeles Nine-time US Tour winner secures his job for next season in the process.

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Can't beat 'em, so Green joins 'em

Nathan Green

"My putting has been filthy. So I am going to cheat this week and put in the belly putter," Green says

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Moore equals Las Vegas course record

Ryan Moore.

American Ryan Moore equals course record and his career best with a 10-under 61 in the first round of the PGA tournament in Las Vegas.

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Day shines in Vegas with 10-birdie round

Jason Day

Jason Day set about making some amends for his lacklustre US PGA Tour season with a blistering 10-birdie round in Las Vegas.

Brand new Day as Jason finds form

Golf Jason Day set about making some amends for his lacklustre US PGA Tour season with a blistering 10-birdie round in Las Vegas.

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O'Hern equals course record in US

Australia's Nick O'Hern equals course record by shooting a nine-under 62 to take a three-shot lead after the opening round of the Frys.com Open US PGA Tour event.

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O'Hern chasing tour card

Nick O'Hern.

Nick O'Hern is in danger of losing his tour card for next season after blowing a golden opportunity to retain full status in the US PGA Tour event in California.

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Fewer star rivals, but Chalmers expects a hot summer

SUNSHINE COAST, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 27:  Greg Chalmers of Australia kisses the Kirkwood Cup after winning in a play-off against Robert Allenby and Marcus Fraser during day four of the 2011 Australian PGA Championship at the Hyatt Regency Coolum on November 27, 2011 at the Sunshine Coast, Australia.  (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Justin Chadwick Tiger Woods and his Presidents Cup comrades are not gracing our shores this year, but Greg Chalmers insists this does not mean he will get an easy run as he defends his Australian Open and Australian...

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Aussies fight for US PGA Tour futures

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.

Australians fight for US PGA Tour futures

Rod Pampling.

Los Angeles Field of desperate golfers making last stands to retain US PGA Tour cards for next season.

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Round of day puts Jones in Q-School mix

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.

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Bowditch survives final day nerves to secure PGA card and avoid Q-School infamy

Steven Bowditch

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.

Play resumes at Australian Open after strong winds force suspension

Golf at The Lakes

Glenn Jackson Play at the Australian Open has resumed at The Lakes after strong winds caused a three-hour suspension.

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Baddeley full focus on final Masters spot

Aaron Baddeley.

Ben Everill, Los Angeles Aaron Baddeley refuses to give up hope of boosting Australia's contingent at next week's US Masters to five as he and 10 countrymen join the battle for the last invitation.

TPC Louisiana perfect for Chalmers

Australia's Greg Chalmers.

Greg Chalmers believes New Orleans could be the perfect venue to arrest his Sunday slides on the US PGA Tour.

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Ogilvy off to solid start as Tiger falters

Geoff Ogilvy

Geoff Ogilvy put past misery behind him to lead the Australian assault while Tiger Woods failed to fire in the morning wave of the opening round of The Players Championship.

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Adam Scott starts well at Florida PGA

Adam Scott

In his first American start since the Masters, Adam Scott fired a four-under par 68 to be just three off the lead after round one of The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.

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McIlroy stumbles as O'Hern surges to lead

Nick O'Hern.

Reigning US Open champion Rory McIlroy struggled to a two-over par 72 on Saturday to fall from the lead entering the final round of the $5.6 million US PGA St. Jude Classic.