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Chalmers hopes to find his way back into mix at happy hunting ground

Chalmers hopes to find his way back into mix at happy hunting ground

The Australian veteran hasn't played competitively for six months due to arthritis in his back, but will return to the scene of his Australian Open triumph over Tiger Woods.

  • by Adam Pengilly

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Smith the best $10,000 Australian Open organisers will spend
Australian Open

Smith the best $10,000 Australian Open organisers will spend

Rising star Cameron Smith has settled on a modest appearance fee compared to the huge cash former world No.1s Jason Day and Adam Scott commanded.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Tiger clash set to rob Australian Open of US stars again in 2019
Australian Open

Tiger clash set to rob Australian Open of US stars again in 2019

Tiger Woods' tournament in the Bahamas will go head to head with the 2019 Australian Open, an event already lacking serious American star power this year.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Five-foot Irishman relishes mixing it with the Open's big boys
Australian Open

Five-foot Irishman relishes mixing it with the Open's big boys

Golfer Brendan Lawlor will be one of 12 disabled golfers taking part in the 2018 Australian Open this weekend.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Westwood to retain girlfriend after ex-caddie laments costly break-up
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Westwood to retain girlfriend after ex-caddie laments costly break-up

Lee Westwood's long-time former caddie missed out on a significant pay day after the Englishman's drought-breaking victory on Sunday.

  • by James Corrigan
Allenby plans to honour Lyle's memory with tournament in his name
Australian Open

Allenby plans to honour Lyle's memory with tournament in his name

The polarising Allenby had discussed with fellow veteran Geoff Ogilvy about honouring the former Australian golfer, who died from cancer earlier this year.

  • by Adam Pengilly
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'Totally unjustified': Australian Open boss lashes critics of field
Australian Open

'Totally unjustified': Australian Open boss lashes critics of field

The country's three highest profile golfers Jason Day, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman won't play but Australian Open organisers have defended this year's field.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Federal winner flags golden link with Canberra track star
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Federal winner flags golden link with Canberra track star

Canberra and gold are the common links between Australia's two flag bearers at the Youth Olympic Games.

  • by David Polkinghorne
McLeod nine: Queensland rookie scrambles to breakthrough win

McLeod nine: Queensland rookie scrambles to breakthrough win

A sizzling course record on Saturday was followed by a steady Sunday as Jake McLeod hung tough for a breakthrough win in the NSW Open.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Late bogey cuts Garcia’s lead at Sun City
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Late bogey cuts Garcia’s lead at Sun City

Spain's Sergio Garcia hangs on in tough conditions during the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa

Mexican Lopez takes out maiden LPGA title in China

Mexican Lopez takes out maiden LPGA title in China

A second hole-in-one eludes Gaby Lopez, but a solid final round delivers her the win at the Blue Bay tournament.