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Senden takes leave from PGA Tour

Australian golfer John Senden has revealed son Jacob, 13, has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, with the 46-year-old breaking from the PGA Tour indefinitely.

Australian Kirk hits hole-in-one in Texas

Australian golfer Katherine Kirk sits equal second at the North Texas LPGA Shootout, thanks to an opening-round hole-in-one.

Ruffels, Stanley share lead at New Orleans

Australian youngster Ryan Ruffels has combined with Kyle Stanley for an opening-round share of the lead in a teams event on the US PGA Tour.

Day to fire up PGA season in New Orleans

Winless in 2017, Australian Jason Day hopes playing alongside a red-hot Rickie Fowler is the tonic he needs to get his US PGA Tour season off and running.

Aussie golfer Green wins on Symetra Tour

Australian rookie Hannah Green has claimed her maiden pro golf win with a two-shot victory in the Sara Bay Classic on the Symetra Tour in Florida.

I am not disappearing, golfer Poulter says

Ian Poulter has warned his critics not to write him off after officially relinquishing his exempt status on the PGA Tour.

Former amateur star Luck set for pro debut

Former amateur world No.1 Curtis Luck will make his professional debut at the US PGA Tour's Valero Texas Open buoyed by a respectable showing at the Masters.

Leishman ready to tackle PGA Harbour Town

After a disappointing Masters campaign, Marc Leishman is ready to turn around an unhappy hunting ground at the US PGA Tour event at Harbour Town Golf Links.

Sergio Garcia sees success beyond Masters

Sergio Garcia believes he can win more of golf's biggest prizes after finally claiming his first major title at the 74th attempt in an unforgettable Masters.

Scott eager to bag his second golf major

Adam Scott believes he has taken enough positives from a top 10 at the Masters to feel he'll contend in the remaining three golf major championships this year.

Day keen to get back to golf's summit

After an up-and-down Masters campaign, Jason Day says he'll begin his journey back to the top of golf after an emotionally turbulent few months.

Luck ready for professional career

Australian amateur Curtis Luck will leave the unpaid ranks of golf with a solid 72 at Augusta National at the final round of the Masters.

Garcia's drought-breaking Masters win

Spain's Sergio Garcia has won the Masters, beating Englishman Justin Rose in a sudden-death playoff to claim his first major championship golf title.

Your guide to the Masters final round

The tee times AEST, the favourites, the Aussies and everything else you need to know ahead of a mouth-watering final round at Augusta National.

Day credits wife for Masters turnaround

World No.3 Jason Day mounted a courageous fightback during the third round of the Masters after harsh words from his wife Ellie.

Scott eyes record Masters triumph

Adam Scott says the key to winning a second Masters will be landing an early blow on the field in the final round at Augusta National.

Chasing form primes Luck at the Masters

Australia's Curtis Luck will try to run down a four-shot deficit from leading amateur Stewart Hagestad in the final round of the Masters at Augusta.

Stage set for epic Masters finale

With a host of big names and major winners in with a chance, the 2017 Masters is shaping up as one of the most thrilling finishes in its 81-year history.

The numbers on day two at the Masters

It's a crowded leaderboard heading into the weekend at the Masters.

Gutsy Scott leads Masters Aussie charge

Adam Scott believes he can make another big move up the leaderboard in the third round of the Masters if he can buck the trend of missing short putts.

Luck paired with Aussie heartbreaker

Amateur world No.1 Curtis Luck has booked a third-round pairing with Larry Mize who broke Greg Norman's heart at the 1987 Masters.

Pampling staring down early Masters exit

In his first Masters appearance since 2007, veteran Aussie golfer Rod Pampling believes his eight-over-par total won't be enough to make the weekend at Augusta.

Garcia, Fowler book epic Masters weekend

World No.8 Rickie Fowler and Spanish giant Sergio Garcia are just two of the big names who have created a mouth-watering final two rounds at the Masters.

Day one at the Masters

A snapshot from round one on a blustery day at the 2017 Masters at Augusta.

Luck learns lessons from Masters winner

Amateur world No.1 Curtis Luck learned a lesson in fighting back from poor starts when paired with reigning Masters champ Danny Willett in the opening round.

Leishman at home in brutal Masters wind

Australian golfer Marc Leishman believes a lifetime of experience playing in windy, coastal Victoria has prepared him for blustery conditions at the Masters.

Rod Pampling braves back pain at Masters

Rod Pampling battled a minor back injury and brutal winds to grind out a gutsy two-over-par 74 at the first round of the Masters at Augusta.

Jason Day welcomes Friday Masters charge

Jason Day will start the second round of the Masters nine shots off the pace.

Scott positive after brutal Masters round

Adam Scott may have opened the 2017 Masters with a three-over 75, but the 2013 champion at Augusta believes patience will be key in Friday's second round.

Hoffman sizzles in opening Masters round

World No.1 Dustin Johnson's withdrawal has left the Masters wide open with unheralded Charley Hoffman taking advantage in the opening round at Augusta National.

Your guide to Round 1 of the US Masters

AEST Tee times, forecast, betting odds and what else you need to know about round one of the 2017 Masters.

Scott can win a second Masters, says Finch

Australian Olympic golf team captain and 1991 British Open winner Ian Baker-Finch believes Adam Scott leads the Aussie hopes at the 2017 Masters.

Legends open 81st Masters at Augusta

After an emotional moment of silence for legendary Arnold Palmer, golf greats Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player got the 81st Masters underway at Augusta National.

Leishman dreams of Masters embrace

After winning the US PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational last month, Marc Leishman wants to embrace his boys on Augusta's 18th green as a Masters winner.

Scott delighted with Masters preparation

World No.9 Adam Scott's experience from 15 previous Masters is evident in his meticulous planning of a weather-interrupted build-up at Augusta National.

Palmer tributes flow at Masters dinner

World No.9 and 2013 winner Adam Scott took part in the Masters champions' dinner at Augusta National, saying the night had emotional tributes to Arnold Palmer.

Big guns' praise for Aussie amateur Luck

Amateur world No.1 Curtis Luck has been given a confidence boost ahead of his Masters debut from major winners Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Jason Day.

2017 Masters Guide

The favourite, the dark horse, the Aussies, the weather and everything else you need to know for the 2017 Masters at Augusta.

Aussies ready for Augusta National assault

World No.3 Jason Day headlines five Australians who are full of confidence on the eve of the 2017 Masters.

Day reveals mother's good news at Masters

Jason Day grinned from ear-to-ear on Tuesday at the Masters, revealing mother Dening, who was diagnosed with lung cancer, will not require chemotherapy.

Day paired with critic Snedeker at Masters

Brandt Snedeker has been critical of Australian Jason Day's perceived slow play, and the duo will play together in the opening rounds of the 2017 Masters.

Who to watch at the 2017 Masters

The Australians and top contenders rated ahead of the 2017 Masters at Augusta National.

Silky swing boosting Scott's Masters hopes

Long revered as one of golf's best ball-strikers, Adam Scott feels recent substandard ball-striking may be over after promising practice rounds at the Masters.

Stop viewers from rules tip-offs: Fowler

American golfer Rickie Fowler believes television viewers should not be able to tip-off tournament officials to rules violations.

Leishman's Masters focus is razor sharp

Marc Leishman feels the emotional one-year anniversary of wife Audrey's life-threatening illness weighed on his 2016 Masters campaign, where he missed the cut.

Augusta on tornado watch at the Masters

Augusta National called a halt to play and evacuated spectators at 3pm local time on Monday (5am Tuesday AEDT) with a tornado warning issued for Georgia.

Mum's plight changes Day's Masters mindset

With his mother recuperating after surgery to remove a tumour in her lung, world No.3 Jason Day has changed his approach to the Masters.

Minjee Lee third amid golf major drama

Minjee Lee has come third at the ANA Inspiration, the year's first women's golf major, after a controversial penalty to leader Lexi Thompson.

Scott thriving on reunion with Williams

2013 Masters champion Adam Scott is confident he can don a second green jacket this week now caddie Steve Williams is on the bag at Augusta National.

Amateur ace Luck ready for Masters debut

Australian world No.1 amateur Curtis Luck will make his major championship debut at the Masters buoyed by a Sunday practice round with 2013 champion Adam Scott.

Day set for Masters start

With mother Dening resting in Ohio following surgery, world No.3 Jason Day has arrived at Augusta National to prepare for his seventh Masters appearance.

Aussie Minji Lee in the mix at LPGA major

Australia's Minji Lee is just one shot behind leader Suzann Petersen after her second round at the first women's golf major of the year.