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Marquee date to attract world’s best

The 2016 Australian PGA Championship will capture the attention of the world with a prime position on the international golf schedule. Australian PGA ChampionshipThis year’s championship will be contested at RACV Royal Pines Resort from 1-4 December; the week after the...
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Holman secures career-changing win at Aussie PGA

Australia’s Nathan Holman secured a career-changing victory at the Australian PGA Championship, defeating South African Dylan Frittelli and American Harold Varner III at the first extra hole of a sudden-death play-off to lift the prestigious Joe Kirkwood Cup and secure full...
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Holman wins the Australian PGA Championship

Victorian Nathan Holman has won the Australian PGA Championship in a dramatic finish at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast. The Woodlands Golf Club member was flying the flag for the Aussie contingent who headed into the final day as the highest placed Australian and well...
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Holman dominates Aussies on the Gold Coast

With a leaderboard that is packed full of international names, Nathan Holman is flying the flag for Australia after the third round of the Australian PGA Championship. Starting round three 1-over the card, the Victorian fired a 2-under 70 for the day to move himself to 1-under...
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Internationals hunting Aussie PGA victory

The international contingent is feeling right at home on the Gold Coast with the top-three positions on the Australian PGA Championship leaderboard filled by visiting Professionals. A trio of internationals lead the Australian PGA Championship into the final round. Co-sanctioned...
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Lingmerth launches into the Aussie PGA lead

Sweden’s David Lingmerth has launched himself up to the top of the Australian PGA Championship leaderboard after the second round played today at RACV Royal Pines Resort. David LingmerthAfter challenging conditions in the first round, players were happy to be greeted by...
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US young gun goes low as Snedeker struggles

Peter Uihlein has shot a bogey free round of 5-under 67 to be leading the American contingent into the weekend, placing him in a tie for 2nd ,only one shot back from tournament leader David Lingmerth. The world number 184 was nothing but clinical, going out in a 3-under par 33...
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Gibson gets hot and goes low on the Gold Coast

New South Welshman Rhein Gibson proved once again today, at the Australian PGA Championship, that when he gets hot he goes low. Starting his round with two bogeys in a row, Gibson refocused himself drawing inspiration from Rod Pampling’s final round at the Emirates...
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Komulainen siblings love of the game impresses Daniel Popovic

With some of the biggest names in golf teeing off at Royal Pines Golf Resort on the Gold Coast for the 2015 Australian PGA Championship, this week has provided the perfect opportunity for some of the Gold Coast’s local golfing wonderkids to get some tips from the experts....
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Internationals lead Australian PGA Championship

The international contingent is feeling right at home on the Gold Coast with the top-three positions on the Australian PGA Championship leaderboard filled by visiting Professionals. 20-year-old South African Zander Lombard fired a 5-under 67 today, his bogey free round...
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Pros stand tall on opening day

It’s been a challenging day at the Australian PGA Championship with high winds making play difficult for the 156 strong field, however, a group of Australians are standing tall at the end of the opening round. Ashley Hall (Vic) at 2-under 70 as well as Todd Sinnott (Vic)...
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Snedeker bows out of contention after round one

After flying all the way from America to Australia no one wants to miss the cut, but after a devastating first round American Brandt Snedeker is in a precarious position. Playing in the second group out this morning, Snedeker was confronted with strong winds, rain and a long...
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Irishman in search of maiden victory

Irishman Paul Dunne is hoping a first visit to Australia can wield a debut European Tour victory at this week’s Australian PGA Championship. Having endured an incredible 2015 season, during which he led The Open after three rounds as an amateur, played a vital role in Great...
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Chalmers ready for Royal Pines challenge

The Australian PGA Championship defending champion, Greg Chalmers, has taken his first look at the newly remodeled back nine at RACV Royal Pines Resort and the 18th hole where he made history at last year’s tournament. Returning to RACV Royal Pines Resort for the first time...
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Marsh’s thoughts on the Royal Pines Remodelling

The completion of the remodelling works at Royal Pines will undoubtedly be one of the talking points as a lead up to the 2015 PGA Championship of Australia commencing on the 3rd of December. Holes 1 through 9 which were completed for the tournament in 2014 certainly gave somewhat...
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Gold Coast gears up for Australian PGA

As the Gold Coast gears up to host the 2015 Australian PGA Championship next week, Mayor Tom Tate is urging locals to support the biggest event on the city’s golfing calendar. To be held at RACV Royal Pines Resort from December 3-6, the country’s richest golf tournament will see...
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In-form Evans rewarded with Aussie PGA start

New South Welshman Andrew Evans has been extended an invite to compete at the Australian PGA Championship on the back of his recent impressive performance. Golf is a game of opportunity, where good play is rewarded by increased opportunities to compete on the biggest stages....
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Gold Coast to host next generation of international golf stars

The rising stars of the world of golf will soon hit the Gold Coast when the Australian PGA Championship tees off at RACV Royal Pines Resort in December. Teeing it up in Australia’s richest golf tournament, the Australian PGA Championship, Australia’s hottest golfing...
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Lingmerth Gold Coast bound for only Aussie appearance

Sweden’s David Lingmerth is headed down under for the first time to compete in the Australian PGA Championship. Making his only appearance of the Australian summer of golf, Lingmerth will tee up at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast from 3-6 December. The 28-year-old...
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Paul Lawrie

Paul Lawrie set to tee up on the Gold Coast

Next month’s Australian PGA Championship has added another major drawcard to its field with 1999 Open Champion Paul Lawrie set to tee up on the Gold Coast from the 3rd of December. Scotsman, Lawrie is the first of the big name Europeans to sign on for the co-sanctioned...
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Rumford leads contingent of European winners to the Gold Coast

The European Tour has been a happy hunting ground for Australia’s Tour Professionals and four past winners are aiming for their next win on home soil. Brett Rumford, Richard Green, Marcus Fraser and Scott Strange are all former winners on the European Tour and next month...
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Champions reunite on the Gold Coast

The 2015 Australian PGA Championship will see a mass reunion of former champions when the tournament tees up on the Gold Coast in December. Australia’s richest professional tournament sees 13 of the past 15 years of champions attending the battle for the Joe Kirkwood Cup....
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Snedeker bound for Australian PGA

Brandt Snedeker is Gold Coast bound for the Australian PGA Championship and is the first of a series of big names expected to tee up at RACV Royal Pines Resort. World Number 30 Snedeker, will make his only Australian appearance during the Australian summer of golf in Queensland...
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