November, 2016 (Monthly archive)

Cooper Geddes (Mandurah) and Kirsten Rudgeley (Wanneroo) are the 2016 Drummond Golf Junior Amateur Champions of Western Australia, claiming their titles over 36 holes at Royal Perth yesterday. Read More »

There is no denying the extraordinary success achieved by Australia’s elite amateurs over the past 18 months. Read More »

Amateur Curtis Luck birdied the final hole for a 71 that keeps him in the mix at six-under. Min Woo Lee, carding a 67 to underline his talent and sit within the top 10. Read More »

The West Australian fired a fourth-round 70 today to sit five under par after the fourth of the six rounds in the Tour’s final Q-School marathon. Good Luck Foxy! Read More »

Curtis Luck will take centre Stage when he tees off alongside American superstar Jordan Spieth and 2006 US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy in this week’s Australian Open at Royal Sydney Golf Club. Curtis will be teeing off from the 10th hole at 4:10am WA time Thursday. Fellow WA Amateur Min Woo Lee tees off at 9:40am WA time. Read More »

You can be part of a world first event when the 2017 World Super 6 Perth hits town in February next year! Volunteer registrations for the World Super 6 Perth 2017 are now open. Read More »

WA’s Hannah Green topped the women’s standings after a win in the Victorian Amateur and WA’s Fred Lee won the Boys’ Rankings with victory in the WA Junior and WA Amateur, and a further three second place finishes.

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Hayden Hopewell is certainly living up to the hype of one of WA’s brightest prospects, claiming his second 14 & Under title in a month at the Singha Thailand World Golf Championships in Hua Hin, Thailand. Read More »

Talented young golfers Ben Eccles and Hayley Bettencourt are the 2016 Club Car / Greg Norman and Jan Stephenson Club Car Rookie’s of the Year. Read More »

Golfers can look forward to a golden Regional Seniors in 2017, with the famous event for WA’s senior female golfers heading to the spectacular Kalgoorlie Golf Course next May. Read More »