Australian Open

ISPS HANDA Australian Open returns to the Melbourne Sandbelt

The ISPS HANDA Australian Open will return to the famed Melbourne Sandbelt in 2024, Golf Australia announced today.

Set to be played from November 28 to December 1, the ISPS HANDA Australian Open will again feature its unique combined format with players in the men’s, women’s and all abilities tournaments over two courses, showcasing the best of Australian golf.

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International stars deny Lee siblings at ISPS HANDA Australian Open

Joaquin Niemann and Ashleigh Buhai scuttled hometown hopes by claiming the Australian Open trophies at The Australian Golf Club.

Media release via Australian Golf Media

The dream of a pair of siblings creating history by winning the ISPS HANDA Australian Open and their national title on the same day was extinguished as internationals ruled for the second year in a row today at The Australian.

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2023 AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Tee Times, How to watch on TV, Live Scores

The Australian Open tees off at The Australian Golf Club and The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney this week.

It’s arguably one of the best fields assembled for Australia’s national golf open in years with nearly all of the best Australian golfers in the field including Adam Scott, Cameron Smith, Minjee Lee, Hannah Green, and last week’s Australian PGA Championship winner, Min Woo Lee.

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2023 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Free-to-air and Pay TV Broadcast Times

The men’s, women’s, and all-abilities Australian Open in Sydney this week will be shown on free-to-air and Pay-TV.

The Men’s, Women’s and All Abilities HANDA Australian Open will tee hoff this week at The Lakes and the Australian Golf Clubs in Sydney.

Like last week’s Australian PGA Championship where Min Woo Lee claimed an electrifying victory, we’ll have free-to-air and Pay TV coverage across all for days beginning at noon (AEST) on Thursday.

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Marc Leishman, Daniel Hillier, Patrick Rodgers, Nick Hardy join Australian Summer of Golf

A talented foursome of golfers including a 2023 DP World Tour winner, two US PGA TOUR winners and an American with a strong pedigree will be in the fields for the Aussie majors in the Summer of Golf.

Media release

One of Australia’s most distinguished professionals from the past 20 years, Victoria’s Marc Leishman, and New Zealand’s Daniel Hillier, who triumphed at the British Masters this year, have locked in to play at both the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship at Royal Queensland (November 23-26) and the ISPS HANDA Australian Open at The Australian and The Lakes golf clubs on (November 30-December 3).

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Cam Davis locks in Summer of Golf’s Aussie majors

Australian golf rising star Cam Davis has locked in both of his country’s majors – the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship in Brisbane and ISPS HANDA Australian Open in Sydney – to his end-of-year schedule.

Media release

A sensational against-the-odds winner of the ISPS HANDA Australian Open in 2017 when he was just 22 years old and ranked outside the top 1000 in the world, Davis has produced another strong year on the US PGA TOUR in 2023.

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