Trent, Vilips fight on in Pinehurst

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Aussie Jack Trent today launches his tee shot on the second hole of Pinehurst No.2. Photo: USGA Two Aussies based in America stay behind the flag after another tumultuous American amateur day in Pinehurst. Day three began with the completion of the delayed round two of battle game, ventured into a three-hour marathon play-off that […]

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Day fights for his season

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Jason Day and Steve Williams divorced. Image: Getty Jason Day has a new (old) caddy in his pocket and this week has a job at the BMW championship in Medinah. Day, who said goodbye to Kiwi Steve Williams after a short period as a team last day, has a friend and fellow professional David Lutterus […]

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Beautiful Vilips scyth through #USAm field

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Karl Vilips reacts as his little bird glides by today on the 14th in Pinehurst No. 4. Photo: USGA A spectacular backlash from Karl Vilips today highlighted a wild second day for the Aussie contingent in the American amateur championship. A back-nine 43 on Pinehurst No. 2 on day one left Vilips to start day […]

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PODCAST # 115: Gabi Ruffels & Zach Johnson

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Gabi Ruffel's spectacular American US & # 39; s Amateur triumph attracts the attention of fellow hosts Andy Maher, Mark Hayes and Jo Charlton, but they also confront the explosive developments that the slow-play saga surrounding the (in) actions of Bryson DeChambeau. Zach Johnson, dual major champion and vice-president of the presidential cup, refuses to […]

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Windred, Trent fire at US Amateur

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On a day when Australian hope was largely defeated, Blake Windred and Jack Trent were high when the American amateur started in North Carolina. Windred, the world No. 11, played back an exemplary nine on the No. 4 track in Pinehurst to race through the field on the first day of two-color qualifying rounds. The […]

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Day, Williams splits after "mutual decision"

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Jason Day hopes that Steve Williams on the bag will inspire his return to the top. Image: Getty. The partnership between Jason Day and Steve Williams is short-lived after Day announced their decision to split. The Kiwi is no longer in the bag for Day after the couple met at the US Open in July. […]

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Gutsy Gabi alone at the American top

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(Photo: USGA) You often hear a player who has just won a career-determining title say that the moment has yet to sink. What you don't hear often is that they have just received a message that a shiver – a good one – has sent their backbone. Gabi Ruffels had both moments today. After starting […]

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Minjee Lee roars at home in Scotland

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Minjee Lee went low twice in the weekend in Scotland. Image: Getty The quiet patch from Minjee Lee will expire soon. Australia's best woman roared home to finish sixth in the Scottish Ladies Open at North Berwick on Sunday. Lee closed the weekend with 64 and 66 to push herself on the scoreboard, although she […]

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History for Ruffles at US Women & # 039; s Amateur

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Gabi Ruffels with the US Women & # 39; s Amateur Trophy today. Image: USGA Gabriela Ruffels has made her own piece of Australian history. Ruffels, 19, became the first Australian in the 119-year history of the American women's amateur to take the title when she today defeated Switzerland's Albane Valenzuela 1-up in the 36-hole […]

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