Bruce Green

My Shot: Bruce Green

Royal Melbourne’s ‘resident’ pro Bruce Green on surviving health scares, playing before a big crowd and teaching the unteachable.

David Graham

Yesterday’s Heroes: David Graham

Australia’s two-time Major champion on looking after golf’s old boys, picking a winner at Shinnecock Hills, and his final-round 67 to win the 1981 US Open at Merion – still regarded as one of the greatest final rounds in the event’s history.

Ron Luxton

Local Legends: Ron Luxton

The PGA of Australia’s newest Life Member Ron Luxton, on being given the silent treatment by Tiger Woods, autographing a book for Sir Donald Bradman and why he never wants to play Augusta National.

Lee Trevino took home a set of Alex Faichney’s clubs and won the 1971 and 1972 British Open titles using a bag of Slazenger irons. However, he covered the Slazenger name with strips of adhesive tape because he was contracted to another equipment manufacturer.

Made In Australia

Long before PING, TaylorMade, Callaway and Nike became fashionable brands, Australia was a world leader in golf club manufacturing.