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Sports - Golf

Scott chasing golf's career grand slam

Four years on from his historic 2013 Masters victory at Augusta National, Australia's Adam Scott knows the clock is ticking on his quest to win all four majors.

Aussie golfers face desperate Masters bid

Nine Australians will be among the 115 golfers trying desperately to win the last ticket to the Masters at this week's US PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open.

Johnson eyes Augusta after WCG triumph

World No.1 Dustin Johnson has beaten Spaniard Jon Rahm one up in the final at the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Austin, Texas.

Rahm on WGC collision course with DJ

Rookie Spanish golfer Jon Rahm has welcomed a potential finale against world No.1 Dustin Johnson at the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Texas.

Leishman looks to Masters after WGC exit

Marc Leishman is looking forward to the Masters after exiting the World Golf Championships-Match Play with defeat to Phil Mickelson in Austin, Texas.

Day's mum "successfully undergoes surgery"

World No.3 golfer Jason Day has revealed his mother Dening's cancer surgery has been a success.

Leishman set for first Mickelson battle

Australian golfer Marc Leishman has advanced to the knockout stages of the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Austin, Texas.

Out-of-sorts Ko struggles in LPGA event

Lydia Ko faces a mountainous climb to defend her title at the LPGA Tour event in California while Australia's contingent of golfers are also well off the pace.

Leishman in danger of WGC-Match Play exit

Marc Leishman's chances of advancing to the knockout stage at the World Golf Championships-Match Play hinges upon Lee Westwood's Friday match against Pat Perez.

Masters doubt as Day's mum battles cancer

Australian Jason Day has withdrawn from the World Golf Championships-Match Play, to be with his mother as she battles lung cancer.

Leishman running hot at WGC-Match Play

Australian golfer Marc Leishman is just one win away from a final 16 berth at the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Austin, Texas.

Leishman ready for tough WGC-Match Play

Marc Leishman feels ready for a tough group at the World Golf Championships-Match Play that includes world No.3 Jason Day and Ryder Cup veteran Lee Westwood.

Day hopes match play provides Masters edge

World No.3 Jason Day hopes the cut-throat format of this week's World Golf Championship-Match Play gets the competitive juices flowing ahead of the Masters.

All-Aussie affair set for WGC Match Play

Australians Jason Day and Marc Leishman have been grouped together at the World Golf Championship-Match Play event in Austin, Texas.

Leishman and wife relishing Masters berth

Two years after a life-threatening illness to wife Audrey forced Marc Leishman to withdraw from the Masters, he's secured a dream Augusta start.

Leishman grabs PGA win, Masters berth

Australian golfer Marc Leishman has won the US PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill thanks to a late eagle.

Leishman stalks leaders in Florida

Marc Leishman is poised for a final-round charge at the US PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational, three shots off the lead in Florida.

Aussie Luck keeps focus on Masters debut

World No.1 amateur golfer Curtis Luck had a US PGA Tour debut to forget but the Perth native is looking at the bigger picture - a Masters berth at Augusta.

Driver key to Day's Bay Hill comeback

Australia's world No.2 golfer Jason Day is seven-shots off the pace after the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, led by American Charley Hoffman.

Aussie teen Ruffels sizzles at PGA event

Teen golf prodigy Ryan Ruffels took advantage of a sponsor's invite to the Arnold Palmer Invitational to shoot a first-round 69, to be two back of the lead.

Day eager to honour Palmer with PGA win

World No.2 Jason Day is hopeful of honouring the late Arnold Palmer this week by defending his title at the legendary golfer's Bay Hill US PGA Tour event.

Aussie Curtis Luck is golf's No.1 amateur

With his first Masters around the corner and US PGA Tour debut 24 hours away, Australian Curtis Luck has risen to amateur golf's world No.1 ranking.

Jason Day dreams of Aussie Augusta title

World No.2 Jason Day begins a three-week lead up to the 2017 Masters with his title defence at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, Florida.

Ryan Ruffels hungry for PGA Tour return

Teenage prodigy Ryan Ruffels will tee it up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida after playing on the PGA Tour's third-tier circuit.

Day forecasts 'emotional' PGA Palmer event

Jason Day will defend his Arnold Palmer Invitational title at Bay Hill in Florida this week, the first staging since the legendary golfer's death in September.

Masters berth to delay Hadwin honeymoon

Adam Hadwin has won his first PGA title with victory in the Valspar Championship, but will have to postpone his honeymoon as a result.

Aussie Kennedy loses 3-way NZ golf playoff

Michael Hendry has won the New Zealand Open from Australian Brad Kennedy and fellow Kiwi Ben Campbell in a three-way playoff.

Aussies well in contention at NZ Open golf

Five Australian golfers are within five shots of the lead, held by Kiwi Ben Campbell, ahead of the final round of the New Zealand Open in Queenstown.

Aussie Kennedy grabs NZ Open lead

Brad Kennedy nailed six birdies in his final seven holes to steal a one-stroke lead over Kiwi golfer Ben Campbell at the New Zealand Open in Queenstown.

Papadatos leads Aussies at NZ Open golf

Australian golfer Dimitrios Papadatos is two shots behind leader Ben Campbell after the first round of the New Zealand Open in Queenstown.

Campbell blitzes NZ Open first-round field

Kiwi golfer Ben Campbell leads the pack after he fired a career-best 10-under-par 61 in the first round of the New Zealand Open in Queenstown.

Pampling seeks to improve PGA Tampa record

Tampa Bay hasn't been Rod Pampling's happiest hunting ground on the US PGA Tour, but the veteran Australian wants to change that ahead of his Masters return.

Scott ready to start Masters countdown

Adam Scott is confident of a four-week Masters tune-up after seeing positive signs in his game at the World golf Championships event in Mexico City.

Johnson threatens to dominate golf majors

World No.1 Dustin Johnson has won the World Golf Championships event in Mexico City by one shot over Englishman Tommy Fleetwood.

Inbee Park wins LPGA Singapore

South Korea's Inbee Park has shot a closing eight-under-par 64 to win the LPGA Tour's Singapore tournament by one stroke at 19-under.

Australian Felton wins NZ golf in playoff

Australian golfer Jarryd Felton has recovered from a poor tee shot to birdie the 18th and win the NZ PGA Championship on the first hole of a three-way playoff.

Thomas books WGC showdown with DJ, McIlroy

American Justin Thomas will take a one-shot lead over world No.1 Dustin Johnson into the final round of the World Golf Championship in Mexico City.

Australian Quayle one shot clear at NZ PGA

Australian Anthony Quayle has held his nerve in gusty conditions to claim a one-stroke lead after three rounds at the NZ PGA Championship in Palmerston North.

McIlroy surges to WGC Mexico golf lead

Rory McIlroy has made a full recovery from a stomach bug, racing to the top of the leaderboard halfway through the World Golf Championship in Mexico.

Park leads, Lydia Ko lurks in Singapore

World No.1 Lydia Ko is right in contention at the LPGA Tour Women's Champions event in Singapore.

Underdog Fraser in the mix at WGC Mexico

Veteran Australian golfer Marcus Fraser has battled the world's best golfers to be in the mix after round one of the World Golf Championship event in Mexico.

McIlroy battles stomach bug in Mexico

At his first tournament in seven weeks, world No.3 Rory McIlroy has opened his account in the World Golf Championship with a three-under-par 68.

Aussie golfers in the hunt at NZ PGA

Australian Anthony Quayle is just two shots off the pace at the NZ PGA Championship with another six countrymen within five shots of the lead after round two.

R&A's sweeping golf rules proposals

The Royal & Ancient has announced more than 50 proposals to change the laws of golf in the hope of speeding up the game and simplifying its rules.

R&A proposes changes to golf rules

Some of the key proposals put forward by the R&A in the hope of speeding up golf and simplifying the game's rules.

Olympic golf venue should allow women: Ko

World No.1 Lydia Ko has joined the push for a change to the men-only policy for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics golf venue.

Adam Scott to throttle back at WGC Mexico

Big hitters Adam Scott, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy will combat high altitude at the World Golf Championship in Mexico by throttling back off the tee.

Scott Hend chasing US Masters debut

Australian Scott Hend has one mission at the World Golf Championship event in Mexico - break back into the world's top 50 and snare a US Masters invitation.

R&A;'s sweeping golf rules proposals

The Royal & Ancient has announced more than 50 proposals to change the laws of golf in the hope of speeding up the game and simplifying its rules.

R&A; proposes changes to golf rules

Some of the key proposals put forward by the R&A in the hope of speeding up golf and simplifying the game's rules.

Aussie golf underdogs to face WGC stars

Unheralded Australian golfers Sam Brazel and Matthew Griffin aren't intimidated by 49 of the world's top-50 golfers at the World Golf Championship in Mexico.

McIlroy unlikely to play Australian Open

Rory McIlroy says he's unlikely to contest the 2017 Australian Open in November.