Nesbitt, Wilson large Mid-Am movers

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Daniel Nesbitt tears off a tee shot on Magenta Shores. It was moving day with the Australian Mid-Amateur at Magenta Shores Golf and Country Club today – and no one moved more than Daniel Nesbitt. Nesbitt was fantastic on the majestic New South Wales Central Coast left, finishing in style with an eagle to vault […]

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Aussies reach final Euro hurdle

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Blake Windred A contingent of 12 strong Aussie pros is playing this weekend for their immediate Euro futures. The last stage of the European Tour Q school will take place on Friday in six grueling laps on two courses at the Lumine Golf Club in Tarragona, Spain. But although the Aussies remarkably cover nearly eight […]

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VIEW: The Australian is preparing for his 21st Open

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The Australian Golf Club plays host for the 21st time in the battle for the Stonehaven Cup in 2019 and the club has made a number of huge upgrades in preparation. CEO Steven Shearer sat down with GA TV in the run-up to Australia's most prestigious golf tournament to give an update on the changes […]

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Clarke, Douglas lead Mid Am

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Dale Clarke leaves Magenta Shores today. Image: GA Defending champion Dale Clarke is a perfect start to his attempt to create back-to-back titles by taking the lead in the Australian Mid Amateur Championship, while Canberra's Adber Douglas leads the women's championship. Clarke shot an even-par 72 at Magenta Shores in New South Wales to lead […]

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I almost stopped, says Herbert

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Lucas Herbert enjoys a break at home. Image: Getty Young Australian pro Lucas Herbert has revealed that he was about to stop playing golf this year when his European Tour campaign crashed and loneliness began. Herbert struggled with life away from home, friends and family that he returned to Melbourne after the Scottish Open in […]

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PODCAST: Richard Forsyth and Doey Choi

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With less than a month before the Presidential Cup, we talk to the man who has Royal Melbourne sing like a golf course. Richard Forsyth is the man responsible for having the famous composite track in pristine form when & # 39; comes to call the world's best (20:09). We talk with rising Sydneysider Doey […]

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Midamateurs get off at Magenta Shores

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The beautiful Magenta Shores organizes the mid-amateurs. About 100 of Australia's best amateurs start it tomorrow in the national mid-amateur championship at Magenta Shores on the central coast of New South Wales. Dale Clarke of New Zealand, last year's defending champion in the Barossa Valley, is back in the field and is likely to be […]

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Aussies On Tour: Nov. 11

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It was another brilliant week for Australians on world trips with a handful of eye-catching performances. With the second stage tournaments of the European Tour in different stages, we can already offer the new pro Blake Windred a huge shout for his victory in Almeria, Spain, while colleague New South Welshmen Nick Flanagan and Jordan […]

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Windred at the top at Euro Tour School

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Blake Windred won the second stage of the European tour school. Image: Golf NSW New South Welshman Blake Windred booked his place in the final stage of the European Tour School after finishing first in the second phase of qualifying at the Desert Springs Golf Club in Almeria, Spain. Windred carded rounds from 68-68-66-76 to […]

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Lee and Green finish strong in Japan

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Minjee Lee on her way to third place in Japan today. Image: Getty Minjee Lee is warmed up for the LPGA Tour Championship with a brilliant final round 68 to finish in the top three in the Toto Japan Classic today. It was the second consecutive top-three finish for the Western Australian after her second […]

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