AUSTRALIAN OPEN Past champions back on a mission

The 2019 Australian Open field will features 12 previous champions at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney.

Story courtesy of Australian Golf Media

In racing parlance, smart punters would do well to keep Aaron Baddeley very handy in assessing his Australian Open chances.

As one of a remarkable 12 previous winners in the national championship field at The Australian from 5-8 December, Baddeley is a legendary part of the rich tapestry of the Stonehaven Cup.

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Eddie Pepperell DQ’d for running out of golf balls

English golfer Eddie Pepperell was disqualified from the Turkish Airlines Open after running out of golf balls.

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Eddie Pepperell was channelling John Daly during the third round of the Turkish Airlines Open. Reportedly Pepperell was already fuming before arriving at the water ladened fourth hole having putted with his wedge on the third.

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Major champion Green joins two young superstars at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open

Australia’s latest major golf champion and two more of the world’s most exciting young players have committed to play the 2020 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open at Royal Adelaide in February.

Media release via Australian Golf Media 

Perth’s Hannah Green, defending champion Nelly Korda of the United States and Australia’s top-ranked female golfer, Minjee Lee, will all tee it up at one of Australia’s best courses from 13-16 February, joining a cluster of the world’s best players in the South Australian capital.

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