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Sports - Golf

Clock ticking for Aussies in FedEx Cup    

Marc Leishman leads an Australian contingent competing in the season-long FedEx Cup points race, with just 10 events left before the playoffs.

Bio passports next step for golf: Norman

Two-time major winner Greg Norman believes golf should be subject to the World Anti-Doping Agency's biological passport program.

Day set for final British Open tune-up    

In his last event before the British Open, Jason Day will take on a field featuring Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth at the US PGA Tour's Travelers Championship.

Aussie challenge fizzles at golf's US Open    

Marc Leishman finished in a respectable 27th place during an otherwise disappointing US Open campaign for the Australians.

Koepka claims first major win at US Open    

American Brooks Koepka has won the US Open in Wisconsin with a final-round five-under 67 while Australian Marc Leishman finished a respectable 27th.

Thomas bags US Open history with 63    

Justin Thomas has become the 29th golfer to shoot 63 in a major championship.

Day looks for a comeback in US Open round 2     

With a disappointing 79 in the first round of the US Open, World No.3 Jason Day will be hoping for a better score on day two at Erin Hills.

Thomas eyeing maiden major at US Open    

Brian Harman will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the US Open, but rising star Justin Thomas believes it's his time.

Day, Scott among big-name US Open exits    

Top-ranked Australians Jason Day and Adam Scott are among the high-profile exits from the US Open after a tough second round at Erin Hills.

Ormsby craving more major championships    

Wade Ormsby is hungry to experience another major after back-to-back 75s left him likely miss the cut at the US Open - his debut at one of golf's big dances.

US Open leaderboard crowded after day two    

Two Americans and two Englishmen lead the way after day two of the US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

Scott steadies ship at US Open    

Adam Scott believes his fightback from a sluggish start in round one of the US Open at Erin Hills is due to some motivation from caddie Steve Williams.

Day eyeing US Open fightback after 79    

World No.3 Jason Day will attempt to claw his way back into the US Open on day two after carding a disastrous 79 during the first round at Erin Hills.

Pilot injured as blimp crashes at US Open

A pilot has been taken to hospital after a blimp crashed and burned near where the US Open is being held in Wisconsin.

Leishman in the mix at US Open

Australian golfer Marc Leishman will start the US Open second day three shots off the lead after an opening round four-under par at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

World No.1 DJ in driver's seat at US Open    

Dustin Johnson has put the US Open field on notice, saying the form that saw him win three titles earlier in 2017 has returned.

Recharged Day primed for stormy US Open    

World No.3 Jason Day is among five Australian golfers ready to tee off at the 117th US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

USGA rolls out US Open event changes

The USGA is confident flagship event, the US Open, will run without the rules drama that engulfed Dustin Johnson's 2016 win after several tweaks.

Small US Open tilt no big deal: Adam Scott    

Adam Scott believes Australia's smallest contingent at the US Open in 16 years can't be a regular occurrence with the talented young crop coming through.

Australians at golf's 2017 US Open

Best chance, AEST tee times and everything else you need to know about the five Australians at the 2017 US Open.

Jason Day coming back to play in Australia    

World No.3 Jason Day has announced his intention to return to Australia to play a tournament late this year, ending a four-year absence.

Day relishing tough US Open conditions

Australian world No.3 Jason Day believes the tough US Open conditions will separate the contenders from the pretenders.

McIlroy blasts US Open rough complaints

Rory McIlroy has suggested if some of the pros at the US Open can't hit the wide fairways on the Erin Hills course then they should pack their bags and go home.

Scott has major-winning vibes at US Open

Australian star Adam Scott believes he's on the cusp of winning a second career major championship ahead of this week's US Open in Wisconsin.

Short game key to US Open: Scott, Day

Top-ranked Australians Jason Day and Adam Scott believe a razor-sharp short game is the tool they'll need to win the US Open.

Golfing gods assemble for US Open

A breakdown of the Australians and tournament heavyweights at the 2017 US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

Flanagan and Price swap US Open roles

Australian golfer Aron Price will caddie for countryman Nick Flanagan at this week's US Open, a year after Flanagan carried Price's clubs at the 2016 event.

Adam Scott finds form at pre-US Open event

Australian golfer Adam Scott has finished in an eight-way tie for 10th at the St Jude Classic PGA Tour event in Memphis.

Minjee flying Aussie flag at LPGA Classic

Australia's Minjee Lee is just two shots off the lead after the second round of the LPGA Classic in Cambridge, Ontario.

Scott set for final hit-out before US Open

Adam Scott will tee it up at the US PGA Tour event in Memphis for the first time since 2007, looking to add the finishing touches to his US Open preparations.

Red-hot Flanagan bags US Open spot

Former US Amateur champion Nick Flanagan, from Newcastle, will contest his first US Open since 2004 after winning his way through Monday qualifying in Texas.

Jason Day boosted by best Memorial result

Jason Day believes his best golf is about to flourish ahead of the US Open next week after a respectable showing at the PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament in Ohio.

Make US Open courses fair: Scott

Australian star Adam Scott says the trend of US Open courses being brutally difficult is a bad look for the sport.

Dufner wins Memorial despite 3rd round 77

American golfer Jason Dufner has won the US PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament by three shots in Ohio despite shooting 77 in the third round.

Green eyes second Symetra Tour title

Australian rookie pro golfer Hannah Green will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Symetra Tour tournament in Albany, New York.

Mickelson to withdraw from US Open

Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson is likely to skip the US Open later this month, despite never lifting the trophy after six runner-up finishes.

Day, Scott well back at PGA Memorial

Jason Day has blitzed the course at the Memorial Tournament but is a long way back after the third round of the US PGA Tour's Ohio event.

Coletta earns PGA milestone at Memorial

Australian golf may have its next young PGA Tour star in rookie Brett Coletta if the opening two rounds of the Memorial Tournament are anything to go by.

Scott, Day seek US Open tune-up at Ohio

A long way back from leader Jason Dufner, Adam Scott and Jason Day will use the closing rounds of the PGA Tour's Memorial event to sharpen up for the US Open.

Aussie Coletta lauded by Palmer's grandson

Australian Brett Coletta has been lauded by Sam Saunders, grandson of the late Arnold Palmer, after a gutsy first round at the US PGA Tour's Memorial event.

Day, Scott start poorly at PGA's Memorial

Australian world No.3 Jason Day has made another sluggish start to his hometown event, shooting a 75 during the first round at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio.

Norman lauds young Aussie golf stars

Greg Norman believes young Australian trio Brett Coletta, Curtis Luck and Ryan Ruffels can soar to the heights of countrymen Jason Day and Adam Scott.

Confident Scott leads Aussie tilt at Ohio

World No.10 Adam Scott feels a win is just around the corner with the US Open only two weeks away.

I feel sorry for Tiger Woods: Greg Norman

Former world No.1 Greg Norman says Tiger Woods' health is more important than a return to golf after the 14-time major winner's DUI arrest in Florida.