Australian summer of tournament golf gets underway at Moonah Links

After a sporadic couple of years, a solid summer of tournament golf in Australia has relaunched today with the start of the Victorian PGA Championship at Moonah Links.

Despite the cancellation of the Australian, the PGA of Australia have put together a jam-packed schedule that includes the blossoming Players’ Series, the Australian PGA Championship, and the inaugural Australian WPGA Championship.

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Jarrod Lyle honoured with new Webex Players Series event

The latest addition to the Webex Players Series will honour the memory of Jarrod Lyle and will be played less than an hour from his home town of Shepparton.

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TPS Murray River will be played at the Cobram Barooga Golf Club, in regional NSW from February 17-20, 2022 and is the fourth Webex Players Series event of the season, joining TPS Hunter Valley as new additions to the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia and WPGA Tour of Australasia schedules for the upcoming summer of golf.

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Tiger Woods speaks for first time since car accident in interview with Golf Digest

Tiger Woods feared he may lose his leg after crushing it in the now infamous car accident in an exclusive interview with Golf Digest.

In his first interview since the car accident, Tiger Woods sat down for a zoom chat with Golf Digest’s Henni Koyack to discuss his recovery, that “making progress” video that broke the internet, and watching his son play golf.

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Collin Morikawa makes history, wins DP World Tour Championship

Collin Morikawa has become the first American winner of the Race to Dubai title after claiming a three-stroke win at the DP World Tour Championship.

Hear from the Dubai Double champion 🙌#DPWTC | #RolexSeries pic.twitter.com/YobOuhznCy

— DP World Tour (@DPWorldTour) November 21, 2021

Morikawa, the 2021 Open Championship winner, made five birdies in the last seven holes to storm to victory with a four-round total of 17-under par, three strokes ahead of England’s Matt Fitzpatrick and Sweden’s Alexander Bjork.

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Greg Norman’s new golf league and its impact on Australian golf comes under scrutiny

The potential ramifications on Australian golf of a proposed golf league backed by a Saudi Arabian-based organisation have come under closer scrutiny.

Since the appointment of Greg Norman as CEO of LIV Golf Investments and its plan to take over the Asian Golf Tour, there has been a lot of discussion about the potential impact, or perhaps windfall for Australian golf.

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