It is with great delight that Golf Australia confirms the Australian Open will be played in 2021.
The battle for the time-honoured Stonehaven Cup, one of world golf’s oldest trophies, will take place at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney from 25-28 November.
It is the week before the Australian PGA Championship at Royal Queensland, giving the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia a two-week block of world-class golf.Read more
Journey back to the days when golf on TV began with big band music, floating graphics and checkerboard fades.
We stumbled upon a bunch of old, classic TV intros for Australian Open’s of yesteryear and thought they were worth a share.
Specifically, here are the opening spots for the ABC TV Sports coverage of the 1979, 1984 and 1987 Australian Opens.Read more
It is with regret that the Australian golf industry announces this summer’s premier events – the Australian PGA Championship, Australian Open and Women’s Australian Open – have been cancelled.
Media release via Australian Golf Media
PGA of Australia chief executive Gavin Kirkman, ALPG chief executive Karen Lunn and Golf Australia chief executive James Sutherland confirmed all three events, which were to have been played in February, won’t proceed because of the global pandemic.Read more
The Australian Open will be rescheduled after it was confirmed today that it won’t be played in 2020.
Media Release courtesy of Australian Golf Media.
Golf Australia operations manager Simon Brookhouse remains very hopeful that the national championship, the fifth oldest in professional golf, will still be played this summer.Read more
Matt Jones was cruising to his second Australian Open victory until a little pine cone got in the way of his golf ball.
In the end, it was a single pine cone that nearly turned the 2019 Emirates Australian Open on its head.
For most of the day, it appeared that local boy and 2015 champion Matt Jones was cruising towards a second Australian Open victory until a fairway bunker shot came out a little higher than expected.Read more
A very relaxed Matt Jones fronted the media after winning the 2019 Emirates Australian Open to chat about that final hole, that final putt and his biggest golfing regret.Read more
Matt Jones has won a second Australian Open title today at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney, beating South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen by a single shot.
Check out the video highlights from today’s final round of the Emirates Australian Open. In particular, a dramatic finish after Jones almost saw the Stonehaven Cup slip out of his fingers after a late eagle from Louis Oosthuizen.Read more
The world number one ranked men’s amateur golfer Takumi Kanaya went from despair to delight as a birdie putt appeared to miss before dropping into the hole.
Playing the par-3 15th hole during the third round of The Australian Open, Kanaya put his head in his hands as his golf ball looked to come to rest of the edge of the hole.Read more
The 2015 Australian Open Champion Matt Jones is back on top of the leaderboard at The Australian Golf Club.
Matt Jones leads the 2019 Emirates Australian Open by a single stroke at the halfway mark of the tournament.
Jones, the 2015 Australian Open champion fired a second-round 6-under 65 in strangely calm, eerie conditions at The Australian Golf Club.Read more