Melbourne’s Sandbelt: a Regular Home for Golf’s World Cup
The World Cup of Golf appears to have found a home in southeast Melbourne.
Golf: Italy’s Molinari Stays on Track to Win Race to Dubai
Francesco Molinari remained on track to become the first Italian to win the European Tour’s season-long Race to Dubai after carding a 70 to sit at five-under par heading into the final round of the DP World Tour Championship on Saturday.
Where the Fairway and the Railway Lie Side by Side
Carnoustie is one of several British Open courses where golfers have to be aware of an extra distraction: a train rolling by at a critical moment.
In Contention at the British Open, Tiger Woods Says, ‘I’m Right There’
With a five-under-par 66 in the third round, Woods was again challenging to win his 15th career major, something that has not happened for five golf seasons.
Golf-Kuchar, Smith Headline as Top Australians Snub Home Open
Heavy on history but light on star quality, the Australian Open tees off at The Lakes Golf Club this week in somewhat reduced circumstances.
To Spur Interest, Golf Courses Go Small in France
Known as compact urban courses, they are short and modest, designed to fit small parcels of land near major population centers and to draw new golfers.
Kuchar Builds 4-Shot Lead at Mayakoba Golf Classic
For three days, Matt Kuchar has felt in total control of his game at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.