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Bunque & Micheluzzi crowned #VicAm champs

2017 Victorian Amateur champions David Micheluzzi (Metropolitan/Cranbourne) and Stephanie Bunque (Victoria). Stephanie Bunque from Victoria GC and Metropolitan’s David Micheluzzi have won the 2017 Women’s and Men’s Victorian Amateur Championships after the 36-hole finals were decided at Commonwealth Golf Club on Wednesday. On a hot day with a strong north ...

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Hard yards pay off for Artis

Rebecca Artis breathes a sigh of relief after securing her LPGA Tour card. (Twitter/becfloodgolf) It’s been a slow burn for Rebecca Artis, but 2017 has finally caught ablaze. The popular New South Welshwoman has secured her LPGA Tour card for season 2018, a career goal achieved after a year in ...

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Ryu bound for Adelaide again

So Yeon Ryu in action last month. WATCH: So Yeon Ryu talk about her love of vegemite! Power, popularity, passion and precision. That’s the package So Yeon Ryu will bring to Adelaide in 2018. Ryu, 27, who rose to the top of the world rankings in July with her second ...

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Woods eyes majors after successful return

Tiger Woods during the final round of the Hero World Challenge. A four-under final round of 68 from Tiger Woods at the Hero World Challenge has him bullish about the future; including a shot at the majors. Woods finished the week with rounds of 69, 68, 75 and 68 placing ...

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Leish goes on PGA birdie blitz

Marc Leishman goes deep on this approach at Royal Pines. Picture: GETTY IMAGES Marc Leishman stretched the Australian PGA Championship field today and Adam Scott was the chief casualty. Leishman, out on the 10th tee early on the second day at Royal Pines, opened with back-to-back birdies and soon had ...

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Clayton: Open rewards could even be more

Cameron Davis poses for a photo with the Stonehaven Cup. For Jonas Blixt, or Matt Jones or Cameron Smith or Jason Day winning the 2017 Australian Open would have been a significant achievement. It wouldn’t have changed their lives because they are all wealthy young men and all have had ...

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Day on cusp of historic Open win

Jason Day has a hand on the Stonehaven Cup that he craves after the former world No. 1 surged to the lead at the Emirates Australian Open at The Australian today. Day ground out a two-under par 69 in gusty conditions to reach 10-under and the outright lead, climbing to ...

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PREVIEW: Spieth and Day in title fight

[embedded content] It’s a world heavyweight championship for the ages at The Australian this week and Jordan Spieth and Jason Day have both welcomed the fight. On the eve of the Emirates Australian Open, world No. 2 and dual champion Spieth has heaped praise on Day and expressed hope that ...

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Scrivener busts down the door

Jason Scrivener holds the Kel Nagle Cup It takes unwavering mental fortitude to believe that a win will come, especially when the gap immediately following your most recent success is a decade. Back in 2007 when Jason Scrivener won the Australian Junior Championship (his most recent win), Sydney’s median house ...

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1 week to #AusOpenGolf: Gary Player

[embedded content] If anyone complains about being tired on arrival at next week’s Emirates Australian Open, we might have to get Gary Player to give them a call. The South African legend, who recently turned 82, told the Inside The Ropes podcast today of his extraordinary journey to the 1963 ...

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