February, 2017 (Monthly archive)

Joondalup snatched its first Boys’ Division One Pennant for seven years following a dramatic finish against Royal Fremantle on Sunday. Read More »

Mount Lawley won pennants in all three of the girls’ divisions this season following a profitable final round on Sunday. Read More »

West Coast Fever goalshooter Kaylia Stanton took to the range as part of the Swingfit program during the World Super 6 Perth. Read More »

One of the enduring images of the World Super 6 Perth was winner Brett Rumford posing for photos with a group of MyGolf children on the 18th green at Lake Karrinyup. Read More »

Teenager Luan Wright, who was last year diagnosed with a rare brain tumour, met Brett Rumford moments before the World Super 6 Perth winner took to the course on Saturday. Read More »

Royal Fremantle’s bid to defend its boys and girls Junior Pennants Division One titles will go down to the final weekend after a dramatic penultimate round of fixtures on Sunday. Read More »

Rob White swapped his usual Saturday morning round with mates at Glen Iris to walk with professionals at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth. Read More »

Brett Rumford hailed the most significant win of his career after claiming the inaugural ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth in front of his home crowd at Lake Karrinyup. Read More »

Hannah Green feels as though she belongs amongst the paid ranks after ending her first summer as a professional in style at the ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Open. Read More »

After spending the week rolling back the years Brett Rumford will have to go back to history one last time if he is to claim the inaugural ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth title on Sunday. Read More »

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