May, 2018 (Monthly archive)

Golf Western Australia continues to support and participate in the Women’s International Golf Day next month, with plenty of clubs hosting different events around WA during the week of June 4th-11th Read More »

The R&A has unveiled its “Women in Golf Charter” as part of the organisation’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work within the golf industry Read More »

The Vines have etched themselves into Men’s Senior Pennant history after securing an unprecedented third successive title on Monday at Kwinana Golf Club. Read More »

Women’s Pennant flags aren’t won in May; however Royal Perth are certainly showcasing their title credentials throughout a number of divisions. Read More »

On a day full of numbers, the only important figure was that Minjee Lee finished No.1. Read More »

Royal Perth and Mount Lawley sit alone at the top of the Women’s Pennant Division One ladder after four rounds, with some returning stars impacting several fixtures at Cottesloe Golf Club on Sunday. Read More »

Hartfield has claimed the Men’s Senior Individual Division One Pennant title after victory over Wanneroo at the Western Australian Golf Club on Tuesday afternoon. Read More »

There has been mixed results around the world for the West Aussies in the past week, with Minjee Lee continuing to excel, while a plethora of Amateurs head overseas to ply their trade in America and the UK. Read More »

A trio of clubs sit at the top of the Women’s Division One Pennant ladder with the battle for a finals position heating up after the completion of round three at Mount Lawley Golf Club. Read More »

Kondinin Golf Club is running several clinics over the next few months with PGA Professional Rob Farley, with the lessons suiting beginners as well as advanced golfers. Read More »