Tim Clark


Tim Clark powers past Furyk for Canadian Open

Tim Clark holds the Canadian Open trophy aloft.

South Africa's Tim Clark birdied five of his last eight holes to power past Jim Furyk and win the US PGA Tour's Canadian Open.


John Senden climbs Masters leaderboard with birdie blitz

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.


Matt Kuchar holes bunker shot to win PGA event

Going: Matt Kuchar blasts out of the bunker on the 72nd hole.

Pete Iacobelli Matt Kuchar produced a stunning chip-in on the 18th hole as he overcame a four-shot deficit to win the RBC Heritage PGA event by one shot on Sunday.


Adam Scott three back at Colonial PGA

World No.1 Adam Scott is three shots off the lead at the Colonial event on the US PGA Tour, as he tries to hang on to the top spot.

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Greg Norman annoyed at Presidents Cup snub

Greg Norman

Greg Norman has spoken out about his axing as International team captain for the Presidents Cup with sponsor conflicts a mooted factor.

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How Goggin made golf's 2008 hole of fame

Mathew Goggin.

Glenn Jackson As Mathew Goggin walked up to the 18th green in Wednesday's pro am, he could not help but feel a tinge of regret.

Mathew Goggin returns to the scene of his play-off pain on eve of Australian Open

Glenn Jackson As Mathew Goggin walked up to the 18th green in Wednesday's pro-am, he could not help but feel a tinge of regret.


Day runs hot as snowstorm halts play in Match Play Championship


Jason Day was in a great position to post an opening-round win at the Match Play Championship before a snowstorm halted play early in the Arizona desert.


Scott and Senden bundled out of Match Play Championship

Marcus Fraser and Jason Day have recorded first-round upsets over major champions in the World Golf Championships Match Play Championship but Adam Scott has been bundled out early again for a seventh...


Day reaches final four of World Match Play Championship

Jason Day.

Australia's Jason Day has defeated Bubba Watson and Graeme McDowall to make the final four of the World Golf Championships Match Play Championship.


Masters' players divided over Woods' penalty

Tiger Woods walks off the 18th green during the third round.

James Corrigan, Augusta Should Tiger Woods have been disqualified or was the two-shot penalty sufficient?

Trio chip in to break Augusta hoodoo

Jason Day

Ben Everill Charl Schwartzel was eight shots back, Nick Faldo was in the commentary booth, Larry Mize had missed the cut and Jack Nicklaus was observing from the clubhouse.


Adam Scott wins US Masters


Ben Everill Adam Scott has become the first Australian golfer to win the US Masters, snapping one of the country's great sporting hoodoos.

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Live: US Masters golf

Adam Scott.

Stephen Samuelson Live coverage of the final round of the US Masters.

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Woods, McIlroy, Scott kick off US Open

Adam Scott

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott will play alongside each other at the US Open.

Dangerous weather halts US Open

U.S. Open.

First round of the US Open at Merion Golf Club suspended after less than two hours of play.


Scott slams US PGA Tour over rule change

Adam Scott

Muirfield, Scotand Adam Scott says the US PGA Tour "laid down", setting a poor precedent by agreeing to adopt the rule which will force him to abandon his anchored putting stroke.


Leishman's late Presidents Cup push

Marc Leishman

Los Angeles Marc Leishman has made a late surge towards a captain's pick for next month's Presidents Cup - which would take Australia's representation in the International team to just three.


Marc Leishman gets Presidents Cup call

Marc Leishman and Brendon de Jonge got the nod from International captain Nick Price on Wednesday for the Presidents Cup match play contest against the United States next month.


Carl Pettersson leads PGA tour event

Carl Pettersson of Sweden after finishing his round on the ninth hole during the first round of the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club.

Carl Pettersson, coming off his best finish in a major, fired an eight-under 62 on Thursday to seize a one-shot lead after the first round of the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championship.