Despite an impressive win at the Spalding Park Open in Geraldton yesterday, top WA amateur Haydn Barron is in no rush to make the move to the professional ranks.
Major champion Hannah Green has charged up the leaderboard to finish in a tie for third behind winner Matilda Castren at the LPGA event in San Francisco.
South African Garrick Higgo, playing in his maiden regular-season PGA Tour tournament, has survived a battle of attrition at Congaree to win by one shot.
Northern Ireland's Jonathan Caldwell has claimed his first European Tour title in the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed event while the Australian challenge faded.
World No.1 Dustin Johnson has slipped six shots off the pace set by playing partner Chesson Hadley at the PGA Tour's Palmetto Championship.
A third-round 66 has moved Australia's Jason Scrivener into a four-way tie at the top of the leaderboard in golf's history-making Scandinavian Mixed event.
Su Oh is four shots off the pace at the LPGA's Mediheal Championship, but could have been much closer had it not been for a horror three-hole run.
Chesson Hadley leads world No.1 Dustin Johnson by two shots midway through the PGA's Palmetto Championship.
Ireland's Leona Maguire has shot a seven-under 65 at Lake Merced to take the first-round lead at the LPGA Mediheal Championship in California.
World No.1 Dustin Johnson is hot on the heels of leader Wes Roach after the opening round of the PGA's Palmetto Championship.
Australia's Stephanie Kyriacou is four shots off the pace after the opening round of the EPGA's inaugural Scandinavian Mixed tournament in Gothenburg.
Australian golf veteran Steve Allan has become well acquainted with the rollercoaster ride of life as a tour professional.
Angel Cabrera, who won the 2007 US Open and 2009 Masters, has been extradited from Brazil to his homeland of Argentina to face trial on assault charges.
Jason Day's streak of 34 major championship appearances is over after Australia's former world No.1 golfer failed to make the field for this month's US Open.
Megha Ganne teed it up in the final grouping at the US Women's Open but despite struggling on Sunday the teenage amateur revelled in the limelight.
Teenager Yuka Saso of the Philippines has won the 76th US Women's Open at Olympic Club, beating Nasa Hataoka with a birdie on the third playoff hole.
Patrick Cantlay has overcome Collin Morikawa in a playoff to win the PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village.
Ahead of the final round, Australian Maverick Antcliff has taken a share of the lead at the European Open alongside England's Matthew Southgate.
American Lexi Thompson's flawless five-under-par third round in San Francisco has her on track to win her first US Women's Open.
World No.3 Jon Rahm has tested positive for COVID-19 and been forced to withdraw from the Memorial Tournament while holding a six-shot lead after round three.
Belgium's Thomas Detry is the European Open's round one clubhouse leader, but has Britons Ashley Chesters and David Law are breathing down his neck in Germany.
Patrick Cantlay and John Rahm lead the Memorial tournament with Australian Lucas Herbert four behind, after play was suspended midway through the second round.
The Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka feud has continued into the PGA's Memorial tournament where a group of fans had to be ejected for stirring the pot.
Teenage amateur sensation Megha Ganne is two shots behind leader Yuka Saso at the midway point of the US Women's Open at the tough Olympic Club course.
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