US Open

Minjee Lee’s US Women’s Open triumph

Minjee Lee has become just the sixth Australian golfer to win multiple major golf championships.

Media release

Australia’s Minjee Lee has won the biggest prize in women’s golf – the $US10 million US Women’s Open in North Carolina.

Perth’s Lee, 26, emulated the achievement of her mentor Karrie Webb in winning the most significant tournament in the women’s game at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club, where Webb won in 2001.

Read More

Minjee Lee on the verge of another major triumph

Australia’s Minjee Lee will take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the 2022 US Women’s Open.

Media release via Australian Golf Media

Minjee Lee may be a day away from her greatest triumph.

The Australian continued her stellar golf on the third day of the US Women’s Open, shooting 67 to take a three-shot lead into tomorrow’s final round.

Read More

US OPEN: Oosthuizen, Henley lead after fog-interrupted opening day

Russell Henley and Louis Oosthuizen lead the US Open Championship at 4-under par but it’s all a little unclear at the moment after play was suspended on day one due to darkness.

A 90-minute delay earlier in the day meant this US Open was running late before it even started forcing many players to finish their first rounds on Friday before going back out again to play round two.

Read More

2021 US OPEN GOLF: Australian TV and Streaming times

Seven Australians will tee it up at Torrey Pines this week in the 2021 US Open – here is how you can watch the live coverage on TV and online.

Seven Australians led by Australia’s highest-ranked golfer Cameron Smith (28) will tee it up in the field at the US Open at Torrey Pines this week, and you can watch it live in Australia via FoxSports, Kayo Sports or Golf TV.

Read More