Day disappointed with two-win PGA season
Jason Day has admitted disappointment in his two-win PGA Tour season and is desperate to end it on a high by winning the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.
The PGA Tour has announced the FedEx Cup playoffs prize pool will be increased to $US60 million in 2019, while creating a new $US10 million regular season pool.
Curtis Luck has one hand on a US PGA Tour card for next season after yet another solid performance in the Web.com Tour Finals series.
Greg Norman has implored Australian golf’s governing bodies to work together or risk the summer tournaments continuing to struggle.
Australia’s Katherine Kirk is three shots off the lead at Evian, but Minjee Lee has her work cut out for her at the last women’s golf major of the season.
Marc Leishman is confirmed as Australia’s top-ranked player for golf’s World Cup and he will take Cameron Smith as partner for the two-man teams event.
England’s Justin Rose supplanted Dustin Johnson as world No.1 to become the 22nd golfer to achieve the feat.
Cameron Smith, Jason Day and Marc Leishman have qualified for the Tour Championship finale after mixed results at the BMW Championship.
United States captain Jim Furyk has named Tony Finau as his final wild-card pick for the Ryder Cup.
Keegan Bradley has defeated Justin Rose in a playoff to win the BMW Championship on a rain-soaked final day.
Matthew Fitzpatrick sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole to retain his European Masters title in a playoff against Lucas Bjerregaard.
PGA Tour officials have cancelled final-round play of the BMW Championship due to heavy rain in Philadelphia.
Jason Day sits six shots back of BMW Championship leader Justin Rose after a weather-interrupted third round.
Tiger Woods has shot an even-par 70 to sit five shots back of leader Xander Schauffele after the second round at the BMW Championship.
POLICE are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Moama woman Jasmine Armstrong. The 18-year-old was last seen at a Northcote address about 7pm on Tuesday, 21 August. Police have concerns for her welfare as her disappearance is out...
POLICE are investigating the death of a man killed in a motorbike accident at a Bunnaloo property on Sunday.
Emergency services are on their way to a two-vehicle accident in Wyuna. The accident is believed to be serious and occurred on the corner of Trevaskis and Hawdon roads about 3.10pm. Police have not confirmed if it is a fatal. More to come