March, 2017 (Monthly archive)

The depth of Western Australian golf was further underlined after the State Amateur Team almost pulled off an upset win against a PGA Team of homegrown professionals at Melville Glades on Friday. Read More »

Brett Rumford believes Friday’s ‘Pros v Amateurs’ clash at Melville Glades could prove crucial in the men’s State Team’s bid to try and end their Interstate Series title drought. Read More »

Becky Kay continued her hot streak of form with a wire-to-wire victory at the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic at Lake Karrinyup. Read More »

Defending champion Karis Davidson shot back into contention at the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic with a four-under 70 to put the pressure on the leaders. Read More »

Curtis Luck is ticking every box possible as he prepares for his debut at The Masters next week. Read More »

Becky Kay continued her hot streak of form to lead the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic by two strokes at the halfway stage. Read More »

Kathryn Norris will head into next week’s Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic as one of the players to beat after a second-successive runner-up finish, at the Rene Erichsen Salver in Adelaide. Read More »

The men’s Western Australian State Team have provided a timely warning that they are in form and raring to go for next week’s highly-anticipated clash against the PGA Professionals at Melville Glades. Read More »

Perth’s Hannah Green speaks to the ALPG website ahead of her debut on the Symetra Tour, known as the ‘Road to the LPGA’, in the early hours of Saturday morning in California. Read More »

Three Western Australian men’s players are in the top-10 of the South Australia Amateur Classic which is also being staged at Royal Adelaide. Read More »