Australian Open Live Scoring

Looking for Live Scores from the Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Course? Look no further. Here’s the juicy link you need.

Also keep an eye on Aussie Golfer for live blogging and Aussie Golfer Twitter for live updates over the course of the tournament!

The round one tee times have been released and marquee groupings announced with the 12:10pm tee time being the pick of these groups.

Marquee groups:
Morning:
7.15am, 10th Tee, John Daly, Marc Leishman, Aaron Baddeley
7.25am, 10th Tee, Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Stuart Appleby
7.35am, 10th Tee, Nathan Green, Rod Pampling, Takuya Taniguchi
Afternoon:
12.00pm, 1st Tee, John Senden, Craig Parry, Peter Senior
12.10pm, 1st Tee, Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy, Liang Wenchong
12.20pm, 1st Tee, Nick O’Hern, Peter O’Malley, Kim Do-Hoon
The tournament will be showcased on OneAsia’s television platform with live coverage for four hours a day across all four tournament days, and broadcast to over 260 million homes in more than 40 countries.
Full coverage of both events will be available domestically on Network Ten, as well as internationally on ESPN Star Sports, Jupiter Golf Network, SBS Golf Channel, Fox International, Sky Sports NZ, ESPN3, America One in the USA, ViaSat, Bloomberg Television among others in Europe.

5 thoughts on “Australian Open Live Scoring

  • December 1, 2010 at 09:31
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    The tournament will be showcased on OneAsia’s television platform with live coverage for four hours a day across all four tournament days, and broadcast to over 260 million homes in more than 40 countries.

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  • December 1, 2010 at 22:34
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    Go the kiwis! We’ve never had a kiwi win your national open. You’ve certainly won a few a our NZ Opens. About time we got one back.

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  • December 2, 2010 at 03:08
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    Not quite as LIVE as you would think/like….seems to be about 20min behind the TV.

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  • December 2, 2010 at 03:27
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    Thanks Greg. I’ve updated the website to the OneAsia scoring console…much more “live”.

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