Player, Nicklaus, Norman ... Jones? Aussie seeking to join roll call of greats at Australian Open

Matt Jones is poised to join some of the legends of golf as a multiple Australian Open champion after seizing command with an ice-cool third round on his beloved home track.

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2 hours ago, Fox Sports

‘It’s my word against theirs’ – Reed caught up in rules drama

Patrick Reed is the latest player to find himself caught up in a rules debacle after the former Masters champion was hit with a two-stroke penalty at the Hero World Challenge. Reed was adjudged to have improved his lie in a sanded waste area near the 11th green at Albany Golf Club, and a clip of the...

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2 hours ago, National Club Golfer

Hot Start to Round 3 in Kenya

Hot Start to Round 3 in Kenya

The early starters in the Magical Kenya Ladies Open presented by Safaricom’s M-Pesa have made rapid progress in the third round this morning. Noemi Jimenez Martin from Spain has made two eagles, three birdies and one bogey in her first 15 holes to get six under for her round. The highlight was her slam...

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2 hours ago, Ladies European Tour, LPGA

AUSTRALIAN OPEN Watch this birdie putt hang on the edge before dropping into the hole

The world number one ranked men’s amateur golfer Takumi Kanaya went from despair to delight as a birdie putt appeared to miss before dropping into the hole. Playing the par-3 15th hole during the third round of The Australian Open, Kanaya put his head in his hands as his golf ball looked to come...

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4 hours ago, Aussie Golfer

Jones increases Australian Open lead to 3 strokes

Matt Jones coped best with difficult afternoon conditions Saturday at the Australian Open for a 3-under 68 to take a three-stroke lead into the final round. Cameron Tringale was in second after a 69.

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5 hours ago, ESPN Golf

Jones in box-seat to claim second Australian Open

Jones in box-seat to claim second Australian Open

Despite a late scare on the tricky 17th hole at The Australian Golf Club, Matt Jones will take a 3 shot lead into the final round of the Australian Open as he looks to repeat his victory here in 2015 where he stormed home to win by a stroke from Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth.At one stage, Jones enjoyed...

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5 hours ago, Golf Grinder

Polarising golfer Patrick Reed penalised for improper swings. He insists he didn’t deliberately cheat

Former Masters champion Patrick Reed was penalised two strokes Friday for improper swings in a waste bunker in the third round of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

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10 hours ago, Fox Sports

Woodland leads in Bahamas; Tiger within 2 shots

Gary Woodland leads in the Hero World Challenge but Henrik Stenson and Tiger Woods are hot on his heels heading into Saturday.

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12 hours ago, ESPN Golf

Woods in contention as Reed penalised for breaking rule

Woods in contention as Reed penalised for breaking rule

Tiger Woods is two behind Gary Woodland at Hero World Challenge as Patrick Reed gets a two-shot penalty for improving his lie in a bunker.

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12 hours ago, BBC Sport

Reed gets 2-shot penalty for improving his lie

Patrick Reed was assessed a two-shot penalty after improving his lie in a sandy waste area on during the third round of the Hero World Challenge.

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13 hours ago, ESPN Golf

Patrick Reed Penalized 2 Strokes for Improving His Lie at Hero World Challenge

Patrick Reed was assessed a two-stroke penalty for improving the lie on his golf ball in the No. 11 bunker on Friday at the Hero World Challenge...

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13 hours ago, Bleacher Report

Patrick Reed slapped with a 2-stroke penalty for moving sand in waste bunker

Overnight leader Patrick Reed incurred a two-stroke penalty after twice moving sand from behind his ball on the 11th hole at the Hero Challenge during Friday’s round. The contentious incident was caught on camera as Reed took practice swings before executing the shot on the par-5. You can make...

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13 hours ago, GolfWRX

Hero World Challenge 2019: Gary Woodland Holds 1-Shot Lead Entering Final Round

Gary Woodland will carry a one-stroke lead into the final round of the 2019 Hero World Challenge after carding a four-under 68 during Friday's third round at the Albany Golf Course in New Providence, Bahamas...

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13 hours ago, Bleacher Report

Tiger Woods in Contention with Strong 3rd Round at 2019 Hero World Classic

Tiger Woods put himself within striking distance of a win Friday at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Course in New Providence, Bahamas, as he fired a five-under 67 in the third round...

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14 hours ago, Bleacher Report

Woodland takes lead into final round of Hero; Tiger lurks two back

Gary Woodland closed with two clutch birdies that gave him the outright lead at 13 under heading to Saturday's final round at the Hero World Challenge.

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17 hours ago, Golf Channel

Thomas still undefeated when grouped with Tiger

Tiger Woods may have 14 more major championships than Justin Thomas, but Woods also has never beaten Thomas when the two have played in the same group.

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18 hours ago, Golf Channel

Final-round tee times at Hero: Woods, Thomas together again

The Hero World Challenge will wrap up on Saturday. Here's a look at the final-round tee times at Albany.

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18 hours ago, Golf Channel

Reed penalized at Hero for improving line of play, blames camera angle

Patrick Reed was given a two-shot penalty Friday at the Hero World Challenge after improving his line of play on the 11th hole at the Hero World Challenge.

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19 hours ago, Golf Channel

TT Postscript: Brilliant accuracy and the 'high, spanky 60' in Hero Rd. 3

NASSAU, Bahamas – Tiger Woods was brilliant off the tee, solid with his irons, and made just enough putts to shoot 5-under 67 in the third round of the Hero World Challenge. Woods, in search of his sixth tournament victory, is two shots off the lead entering Saturday’s finale at Albany. Some thoughts...

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19 hours ago, Golf Channel

Julia Engström six clear heading into the weekend

Julia Engström six clear heading into the weekend

Sweden’s Julia Engström moved a step closer to securing a maiden Ladies European Tour title after taking a six-stroke lead at halfway in the Magical Kenya Ladies Open presented by Safaricom’s M-Pesa. The 18-year-old from Halmstad posted a six-under 66 on the Baobab Course at Vipingo Ridge, 30km north...

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19 hours ago, Ladies European Tour, LPGA

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