So what are you most looking forward to seeing at next weekend's Australian Grand Prix ? There are no shortage of talking points ahead of the opening race of the 2015 Formula One season, with the resumption of the battle between Lewis...Show More Summary
THE WINS ARE STACKING UP for Lydia Ko. She won again this past weekend, hoisting the Patricia Bridges Bowl Trophy at the Women's New Zealand Open, her national championship. A week earlier Ko won the Women's Australian Open. Ko will try for her third consecutive win at this week's LPGA event in Singapore. Show More Summary
Christopher Jones was skydiving last November in Australia when he had a seizure in mid-air rendering him unconscious and unable to open his parachute. Fortunately WA Skydiving Academy instructor Sheldon McFarlane was able make his way over to the man and pull the cord for him. Show More Summary
Lydia Ko has pulled the ANZ Double. On the heels of winning the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open a week ago, Ko won her national championship, the Women's New Zealand Open, on Sunday at Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch. "This is even better than I would ever have imagined," said Ko. Show More Summary
After crashing out early at the Australian Open, Roger Federer scored his first huge win of 2015 today by defeating world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the final of the Dubai Duty Free tournament in the United Arab Emirates. The 17-time Grand...Show More Summary
Another LPGA event, another record set by Lydia Ko, whose latest accomplishment before turning 18 is a two-stroke win at the Women’s Australian Open. This may be getting old for Lydia Ko’s LPGA opponents, but the top-ranked player in...Show More Summary
Sunday was a banner day for teenagers in women's professional golf events. First, 17-year-old world No. 1 Lydia Ko picked up her sixth LPGA win at the Women's Australian Open. Then, 16-year-old Hannah O'Sullivan made history on the Symetra Tour, the LPGA's developmental circuit. Show More Summary
Lydia Ko is a winner again on the LPGA Tour. The 17-year-old Kiwi put away the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open on Sunday with a two-shot win over Amy Yang. Ko shot a final-round, 2-under 71 on the composite course at Royal Melbourne...Show More Summary
Newly crowned world number one Lydia Ko shot a one-under-par 72 on Saturday to retain a share of the lead heading into the final round of the women's Australian Open, the third event on this year's LPGA Tour.
World No. 1 Lydia Ko of New Zealand and Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn both shot 1-under 72 on Saturday to share the lead after the third round of the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne.
Lydia Ko turns her anger at herself into an eagle and a tie for the lead at the Women’s Australian Open. Lydia Ko got ticked off in Friday’s second round of the Women’s Australian Open and her opponents paid for it. The world No. 1 began...Show More Summary
Newly crowned world number one Lydia Ko shot a second straight three-under par 70 on Friday to grab a share of the halfway lead at the women's Australian Open, the third event on this year's LPGA Tour.
No.1-ranked Lydia Ko of New Zealand, helped by a chip-in eagle, took a share of the second-round lead Friday with South Korea's Jang Ha-na and Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand at the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne.
The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release. The PGA TOUR shifts to Southern California this week with 2014 Northern Trust Open winner Bubba Watson defending at Riviera Country Club. The LPGA Tour returns...Show More Summary
South Korea's Lee Il-hee shot a flawless five-under par 68 on Thursday to lead after the first round of the women's Australian Open, the third event on this year's LPGA Tour.
South Korea's Ilhee Lee took advantage of calm morning conditions at Royal Melbourne to shoot a 5-under 68 and take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Women's Australian Open.
The ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open returns to Royal Melbourne
A new invention by two Australian beekeepers is claimed to be able to siphon honey straight from a beehive without opening the lid or disturbing the bees inside. When a tap attached to a specifically developed honeycomb "Flow" frameShow More Summary
This happened last week on a music television show in Australia. That fellow who just got finished being interviewed is American surfer Kolohe Andino, who was in town for the Australian Open of surfing. The guy in the studio is named Danny Clayton, and he's here to prove that Australian TV hosts keep things extremely fucking real. Read more...
Are you a lonely princess looking for a hand with some housework? A precocious child in the Australian outback looking for adventure? A hard-working wizard with last minute travel plans? A spaceship commander with an open attitude towards...Show More Summary