Golf

Jack Nicklaus says farewell from the Swilcan Bridge

23 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Jack Nicklaus farewelled the British Open from the Swilcan Bridge in 2005.
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Herbert third as McIlroy has last laugh over Reed in Dubai

7 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

The world No.1 capped a dramatic week with a four-under-par 68 to finish 19 under in Dubai, one clear of Patrick Reed and three ahead of Australia's Lucas Herbert.
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The stroke treatment service helping rural patients faster than major city hospitals

7 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Brian Whelan would have required full-time care without a life-changing service for stroke victims. Now, he's recovered and playing golf twice a week.
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Rise of the downward dog: Australians turn to yoga over traditional sports

9 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

More adults are practising yoga than playing soccer, golf or tennis, as individual activities squeeze out traditional team sports.
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How small businesses are overcoming the challenge of going green

9 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

When Matt Burns opened his golf store, he wanted to ensure the clothing he sold stood out from what else was on the market. His solution? Going green.
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Major tournaments to tee-up in the bush after government's golf prizemoney boost

9 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

The state government has announced a landmark deal to take a suite of tournaments, including the NSW Open, out of Sydney to regional centres.
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Reed flicks tee at Mcilroy

12 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald   |   2 articles

Patrick Reed was not happy at being snubbed by Rory McIlroy in Dubai.
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‘Immature little child': McIlroy-Reed feud flares up over tee toss, name-calling

12 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald   |   2 articles

The latest turn in the LIV-PGA staredown devolved from finger-pointing to name-calling after Rory McIlroy ignored Patrick Reed's apparent attempt at repairing their relationship
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Employee docked pay after 'caught on phone'

20 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

A mini-golf boss has defended docking an employee's pay after she says the worker was caught on his phone.
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‘They've made their decisions': Scott says LIV defectors knew the risks

26 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

While Adam Scott doesn't begrudge those who made the move, he said the potential of LIV Golf players missing out on future majors and the Olympics was part of the call they made.
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