June, 2017 (Monthly archive)

GolfWA chief executive Gary Thomas believes Western Australia’s growing reputation for producing world-class talent is reward for smart decisions made three decades ago. Read More »

Minjee Lee’s coach Ritchie Smith says the Perth superstar is ready to win a major ahead of the start of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in Illinois on Thursday night. Read More »

Gosnells Golf Club will mint a lasting tribute to Luan Wright after commissioning two new trophies that will bear the late teenager’s name. Read More »

Royal Perth maintained their perfect start to the men’s Division One Pennants season with a 5-2 win over Melville Glades at Joondalup to remain clear at the top of the ladder. Read More »

Wanneroo and Royal Perth claimed the final women’s pennants on offer this season when the Division Two and Three finals were played at Mosman Park Golf Course on Monday. Read More »

Mount Lawley secured successive women’s Division One Pennants titles with a 5-2 victory over Lake Karrinyup in Sunday’s final at Royal Perth. Read More »

Venture to Kwinana Golf Club on a Thursday afternoon and you are greeted by the sort of organised chaos that can help describe Western Australia’s growing worldwide reputation as a leader in producing golfing talent. Read More »

Shirley Swarbrick proved the value of local knowledge after claiming the Lady Court Trophy as overall winner at the Rural Bronze on her picturesque home course at Augusta Golf Club. Read More »

In this week’s ‘Inside the Ropes’ episode Brittney Goldsworthy reveals how a girl from southern Indiana defied the odds to become the superintendent at one of the most picturesque golf clubs in Western Australia. Read More »

Min Woo Lee is one of four Australians who has made it through to the last-32 of the British Amateur Championship, but Ben Ferguson has been knocked out of the tournament. Read More »

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