Peter Lonard


There's life in Peter Lonard yet

Sydney The forgotten man of Australian golf is not crippled, he's not broke and he's not done yet.

Adam Scott in control at Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines

Adam Scott

Phil Lutton Adam Scott retains the lead at the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast, with nobody making inroads on his two-shot lead as the breeze whips up at Royal Pines.


Adam Scott wins Australian PGA Championship

Adam Scott holds the Kirkwood Cup

Phil Lutton Adam Scott wins the Australian PGA Championship after a late masterclass on the Gold Coast.

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Adam Scott keen to win Australia's triple crown of golf

Adam Scott.

Glenn Jackson, Sydney During a year in which he has won the US Masters it would be overzealous to even attempt to state that Adam Scott will be saving the best for last this week.

Masters of their domain


Richard Hinds Adam Scott's appetite for success might be gauged by performance at Australian Masters

Australian quartet moves to next stage of Q-School

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Ben Everill Matt Jones, Steven Bowditch, James Nitties and Mathew Goggin survive stage two in Texas.


Senden has clubhouse lead at Australian Open

John Senden.

Sydney Former champion John Senden has grabbed the clubhouse lead during the first round of the Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney.


Lonard is not finished yet

Peter Lonard.

The forgotten man of Australian golf is not crippled, he's not broke and he's not done yet.

Welsford fires up for tilt at British Open

Damon Welsford hopes getting rid of the post-Christmas rust and being aggressive will edge him closer to reaching his dream of playing in the British Open.

Forgotten wizard strikes

Score one for the journeyman. While some of golf's biggest stars lost their heads in the heat of the Australian Open battle, Greg Chalmers calmly plotted his way round The Lakes and upstaged them all.

Lonard says Stadium Hole is here to stay

Samantha Broun Two-time Australian Open champion Peter Lonard believes it's important to lure more spectators to golf and if that's through inviting John Daly, so be it.

Dartnall in zone, Daly explodes at Open

John Coomber Stephen Dartnall had to survive Monday qualifying on a suburban track to get a start in the Australian Open, and now finds himself joint tournament leader

Aussie Nitties battles way into big time

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.

Marquee groups announced for golf open

James Dampney Former champion Robert Allenby will tee off alongside Northern Irishman Darren Clarke and American John Daly in a marquee group at the Australian Open.

Goggin, Lyle lead PGA at Coolum

Wayne Heming Tasmanian Mathew Goggin dragged out a spectacular late eagle to join Jarrod Lyle on top of the Australian PGA Championship second day leaderboard at Coolum.

Ogilvy lets special round slip at PGA

Wayne Heming Geoff Ogilvy didn't need to be told he'd blown a special round when he opened his assault on the storm-disrupted Australian PGA Championship.

Adam Scott out of Australian PGA

Wayne Heming Defending champion Peter Lonard says players wouldn't be "licking their chops" despite top hope Adam Scott's forced withdrawal from this week's Championship.

Scott back in action for Australian open

Wayne Heming Adam Scott is expected to play in next week's Australian Open in Sydney despite withdrawing from the Australian PGA Championship with a minor knee injury.

O'Hern out of Australian tournaments

Nick O'Hern has been forced out of all three of Australia's big summer golf tournaments as he undergoes thumb surgery.

Daly gives Coolum another crack

John Daly will return to the scene of his infamous meltdown when he tees up for next month's Australian PGA Championship at the Hyatt Regency Coolum.