Aussie Golfer turns five today!

It is Aussie Golfers birthday today and we’re turning five.

Five years ago I decided to get a few golf related things off my chest and start a little blog that I named Aussie Golfer.
Today, much to the surprise of many (including myself), it’s still going. And going strong too. Without the time and resources some other golf websites have, I’m proud of where Aussie Golfer is right now that hopefully supplements many of the other Australian golf websites, but stands unique in its own right.
The website has given me the opportunity to cover the big golf tournaments such as The Presidents Cup, the Australian Open and The Australian Masters. I now write a regular column in Inside Golf magazine and the blog seems to be a (hopefully) respected golf voice in social media circles.
A big thanks to all the readers and to those of you who have passed on encouragement and criticism over the years. The feedback and timely boosts have been invaluable as there have been moments where I’ve wondered what I’m doing it all for! 

Just like the game itself the whole experience has been a load of fun, and I’m hoping you’ll all keep reading!
Michael Green
Aussie Golfer

10 thoughts on “Aussie Golfer turns five today!

  • Congratulations Aussie Golfer, a great achievement. I also like your choice of photo to celebrate the milestone, the approach to the par 5 12th at Royal Glenelg GC, one of my favourite holes

  • Happy Birthday! Quite an achievement. Keep up the good work and here’s to many more years of success.

  • Well done mate. I dont have Fox so miss pretty much everything but your blogs keep me up to date with whats happening. Love your work…. SW

  • Good work Michael. Well done.

  • Well done Michael. It’s great to see the way your site has continued to grow and develop. Keep up the good work.

  • Well done guys, hopefully many more successful years writing. I have enjoyed following your blog for this short period of time and will continue to do so.


  • Congrats Michael…love all your stuff and always appreciate your Aussie perspective.


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