Articles by Evin Priest

The World Game

A new take on a World Tour for golf would be one small step for the US, and one giant leap for Australia.

COURSE REVIEW: Twin Creeks is ready for takeoff

The 15-year-old Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club is bracing for a dramatic increase in interest as Sydney’s long-awaited second airport draws closer to reality The first signs that things are going to be different in the area surrounding Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club are the roadworks along The Northern Road. This once rural Read more…

Going for gold

Marc Leishman on fighting his way out of a career slump to be rewarded with a spot on the Australian men’s golf team for the Tokyo Olympics – and renewed hope he can win a maiden Major.

Hair apparent

Australian Golf Digest caught up with Cameron Smith and those close to him to see what lies behind the man with the mullet – and why he could be our next Major champion.

Journeys: Louis Dobbelaar

From working-class roots to world-class swings, this Brisbane prodigy has his sights set on the big stage.

Howzat for a swing!

When Aussie cricket superstar Alyssa Healy isn’t winning World Cups off her own bat, she’s beating hubby Mitchell Starc on the fairways.

Out of lockdown and onto the links

What was it like when Victoria’s borders finally opened to the masses? EVIN PRIEST jumped on the first available flight to find out.

Steph Kyriacou – The Rookie

A year on from her breakthrough victory at Bonville, Steph Kyriacou talks about a whirlwind rookie season on the Ladies European Tour – and how she plans on going to the next level.

A memory unlike any other

Australia’s current and former contestants share their most vivid memories of playing the Masters at Augusta National. 

Major Weight On His Shoulders

Steve Williams has caddied for some of golf’s greatest: Tiger Woods, Greg Norman and Adam Scott, to name a few. The legendary Kiwi bagman sat down with Australian Golf Digest for a detailed chat about Woods, then and now, helping Scott break the Masters hoodoo and
why it didn’t work out with Jason Day.

Grand Plans

The unusual combination of red bricks, red wine and well-read books is transforming the 30s version of Rory McIlroy. But it’s the fourth leg of the elusive career Grand Slam he craves most of all.