News from Aussie Golfer

  • Dates confirmed for 2019 Australian PGA, Australian Open and Presidents Cup

    A change of dates for the Australian PGA Championship will see it finish a big three weeks of golf in Australia this December. The final dates have been finalized for the three big professional golf tournaments to be held in Australia in December. The Australian PGA Championship was originally slated to be played in early December but it will now be played at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold […]

  • Golf course closures: Does golf have an image problem?

    Another thoughtful, must-read piece from Rod Morri in this month’s Golf Australia Magazine suggesting recent golf course closures may be due to golf’s image problem. Morri explores the recent closure of yet another Australian public golf course, Sydney’s Hudson Park golf course this time, and wonders if golf needs a lobby group to make a case for keeping public golf courses in a […]

  • GOLF TV plans to increase live coverage of Australian golfers on PGA Tour

    Australian golf fans now have access to the PGA Tour’s live streaming app GOLF TV, but the lack of air-time given to the Australian players is still a frustration. Evin Priest at AAP reports in SMH and The Age that GOLF TV recognises the lack of airtime given to Australian players and have plans to capture every shot played at every tournament. The post GOLF TV plans to increase live […]

  • What’s the difference between face balanced and toe balanced putters?

    The guys at Thornleigh Driving Range made this vice video (with slightly dodgy audio) on the differences between face balanced putters and to balanced putters. If you check out the video below you can see that the type of putter you select should largely be based on your type of putting stroke. The post What’s the difference between face balanced and toe balanced putters? appeared first on […]

  • Golf Business Forum announced for Melbourne in 2020

    The Australian Golf Course Superintendents’ Association and Golf Business Forum join forces to create Australia’s largest golf industry event. Press release The Australian Golf Course Superintendents’ Association (AGCSA) and Golf Business Forum are delighted to announce a new partnership that will deliver Australia’s largest ever Golf Business and Sports Turf Management […]