Senior statesman

Australian Golf Digest was in its infancy when a 19-year-old by the name of Peter Senior recorded his first professional victory in 1979. It would mark the start of five decades of success.

Peter Senior was acknowledging Masters fans here in 2015, but he might as well have been waving goodbye to the tournament.

Schedule shift gets green light from players

New events and an expanded the relationship with the European Tour are two of the potential benefits offered by a restructured ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia schedule, according to two of our most prominent professionals.

Leishman braces for another Senior assault at RACV Royal Pines

With the opportunity to assume the mantle of Australia’s No.1-ranked male golfer by claiming the Joe Kirkwood Cup on Sunday, Leishman’s position at the top of the leaderboard alongside Adam Bland after 36 holes is to be expected but Pete Senior’s spot just inside the top 10 is a shock to all but his fellow professionals.

Garcia defies early start to set Aus PGA alight

Playing in Australia for the first time since the 2010 Australian Masters, Garcia rose 40 minutes before the sun, tried to not wake his new bride, ate some granola and muesli and headed to the practice putting green at a most unfamiliar time.

Brett Ogle: The Long and Short Of It

Brett Ogle: The pros will cope, but what impact the anchoring ban will have on clubs’ competition fields is the big question.