Articles by Tony Webeck via pga.org.au

The Aussie who could have been our first Open champion

When the 150th Open Championship begins at St Andrews on Thursday, there will be 11 Australians taking part. A century ago there was only one, and if not for one dramatic collapse he would have been Australia’s first Open champion.

TV GUIDE: How to watch the 2022 US Open at Brookline

Seven Australians and Kiwis Danny Lee and Ryan Fox are in the field for the 2022 US Open Championship at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, a course dripping in history and which shapes as a traditionally brutal examination by the United States Golf Association.

Minjee Lee opens with a 67 at US Women’s Open

The customary brilliant ball-striking was again on show as Lee hit 15 of 18 greens in regulation but additional preparation with the putter paid off as she picked up seven birdies in the first round of the championship.

Andre Stolz steps up for Senior PGA Championship

Stolz didn’t play or even own a set of golf clubs for five years before his looming 50th birthday instigated a nagging thought in the back of his mind that couldn’t be ignored.

NT PGA: Micheluzzi, Gale share top spot in the Top End

A career-best 21 putts and some Cameron Smith-inspired short-game wizardry has seen David Micheluzzi and Daniel Gale earn top spot after day one of the Tailor-made Building Services NT PGA Championship at Palmerston Golf Course.