Seven and Australian Golf sign long-term partnership

Australian golf’s premier events will be broadcast by the Seven Network this summer and beyond.

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Seven, Australia’s most-watched broadcast television platform, the PGA of Australia and Golf Australia today confirmed a new long-term agreement to broadcast the Emirates Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship.

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Harold Varner III wins Australian PGA Championship: video highlights

American Harold Varner III has become the first American to win the Australian PGA Championship since Hale Irwin in 1978.

A recap of Varner’s week in Australia including a few post-tournament remarks from the affable American. Video highlights courtesy of Channel 7.

And more highlights of Harold Varner’s superb closing round to win the Australian PGA Championship by two shots.

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2016 Australian PGA Championship preview: What you need to know

The Australian PGA Championship is back at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast this week. Here is what you need to know.

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The Australian PGA Championship tees off this week and completes a big three weeks of Australian golf. Royal Pines on the Gold Coast will once again play host to the event which is co-sanctioned by the European Tour.

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2016 Australian PGA Championship: TV Broadcast Times

It’s Australian PGA Championship week and Channel 7 will complete three big weeks of golf by broadcasting the action from Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.

A great field arrives at Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast to play this week’s Australian PGA Championship. Channel 7 will be broadcasting all four days on free-to-air TV of the AusPGA which will includes the likes of Adam Scott, Ian Poulter, Marc Leishman, Scott Hend and Marcus Fraser.

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Adam Scott to play Australian Open and Australian PGA Championship

The 2016 Australian summer of golf is looking like a beauty with Adam Scott confirm for two of our big tournaments.

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Adam Scott will return to Australia in November and December to play both the Emirates Australian Open at Royal Sydney (November 17-20) and the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast (December 1-4).

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Nathan Holman wins 2015 Australian PGA Championship and earns himself a European Tour card

An Australian, an American and a South African entered a playoff… and the Australian emerged the winner.

Australian Nathan Holman has added his name to the long list of illustrious winners of the Australian PGA Championship by winning a three-man playoff at Royal Pines.

Holman’s solid par in the playoff at the difficult, redesigned 18th hole was enough to beat the bogeys of American Harold Varner and South African Dylan Frittelli and change his golf career forever.

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Ryder Cup hopeful David Lingmerth takes the lead at Australian PGA Championship

David Lingmerth wants a spot in the European Tour Ryder Cup team, and he’s started his quest at the 2015 Australian PGA Championship.

One of the strange quirks of the Ryder Cup is that ‘PGA Tour only’ players are ineligible to play for Team Europe. You simply must be a member of the European Tour to earn points to be on the team.

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2015 Australian PGA Championship guide: Tee times, favourites, TV schedule, scores

Here is what you need to know ahead of the 2015 Australian PGA Championship.

Prizemoney: $1,750,000

Defending champion: Greg Chalmers – beat Adam Scott and Wade Ormsby in an epic seven hole playoff last year.

Venue: Royal Pines Golf Club, Sydney. Redesigned by Graham Marsh.

Live scores: Australian PGA Championship scores

Favourites $11 Brandt Snedeker $12  John Senden $17 David Lingmerth $19  Brett Rumford $21 Cameron Smith

Tee times: First round tee times and draw

 

TV Schedule: Channel 7 live coverage each day – full details here.

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2015 Australian PGA Championship: TV Broadcast Times

It’s Australian PGA Championship week and Channel 7 will complete three weeks of golf by broadcasting the action from Royal Pines.

Another week, another golf tournament shown live on Channel 7. The free-to-air network will be broadcasting all four days of the 2015 Australian PGA Championship (Dec 3 – 6) from RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast this week.

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Greg Norman Medal to be awarded to Australia’s best golfer

Australian golf now has its very own player of the year medal.

Greg Norman with the Greg Norman Medal in Sydney today. Image courtesy of PGA of Australia.

The PGA of Australia today launched their very own version of the Brownlow or Dally M Medal. The inaugural Greg Norman Medal will be presented to Australia’s best male or female professional golfer at a gala awards night preceding this year’s Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast.

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Australian PGA Championship is now part of European Tour

Australia’s oldest and most prestigious golf tournament today announce a historic co-sanctioning agreement with the European Tour.

There have been rumours for some time that the European Tour was looking to connect more closely with some of the more well established Australian golf tournaments and today those rumours have proven to be true with the announcement they will be co-sanctioning the Australian PGA Championship.

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