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Jones edges out Scott and Spieth

Matt Jones admires the Australian Open after a rollercoaster final round in the Australian Open.

Matt Jones has won The Australian Open in Sydney.

Waikato primed for title defence

Waikato's Luke Toomey will be out to lead from the front in Invercargill.

Waikato number one Luke Toomey knows his team will be targeted.

Jones retains Australian Open lead video

Matt Jones lines up a putt on the fifth green during day three of the Australian Open.

Matt Jones retains a three-stroke advantage after the third round of the Australian Open.

Ko's rivals worry about her dominance

Lydia Ko is one of the most popular players on the LPGA Tour even though she is dominating her rivals.

World No 1 golfer at another level and 'so nice' say her peers on the LPGA Tour.

Pearce feeling confident in Sydney

Auckland-based pro Daniel Pearce says the chance to rub shoulders with World No 1 Jordan Spieth is great for him to benchmark his game.

Auckland-based pro feels like he can contend over the weekend at The Australian.

Pearce jumps into contention

New Zealand golfer Daniel Pearce has continued his hot form from the PGA Tour of China this year.

Auckland-based pro Daniel Pearce was the pick of the Kiwis on day two at the Australian Open.

Local boy leads Aussie Open

Sydneysider Matt Jones plays from a fairway bunker during day one of the 2015 Australian Open.

Matt Jones has put local knowledge to good use to snare the clubhouse lead after his second round of the Australian Open.

Scott's putting lets him down

Adam Scott reacts after a missed putt on the 10th hole.

The Australian hopeful is struggling to make up ground on the leaders.

Canterbury hope history repeats to break interprovincial golf title drought

Jordan Bakermans is ready to spearhead Canterbury's challenge at the men's Golf Interprovincials in Invercargill next week

Canterbury are seeking their first men's interprovincial golf title since the tournament was last held in Southland in 2000

From greens to ground rents video

After growing up playing with Lydia Ko, Danny Lee and Ryan Fox, Ben Wallace is happy to see them doing so well.

He swapped a career as a rising golf star to instead chase dreams in Auckland's hot property market.

'Love and attention' for Rio course

An aerial view of the Reserva de Marapendi golf course in Rio under construction.

The Olympic golf course for the 2016 Rio Games is now constructed, but care will be needed to bring it up to scratch.

Fox leads Kiwis at Aussie Open

Kiwi Ryan Fox was four shots off the lead at one-under after the first round of the Australian Open.

Little-known Aussie storms to the lead in Sydney with Fox the pick of the New Zealanders.

How to improve your hip rotation

Exercises to improve your medial rotation for golf.

Here's a quick and easy way to improve hip rotation, so important when it comes to swinging a golf club

Kiwis look to end drought in Aussie Open

Melbourne-based pro Daniel Pearce feels like the Kiwis this week have a great chance of winning the Australian Open title for the first time.

NZ golfers head across the ditch confident they can contend at the Australian Open.

Spieth fires early in Aussie Open

Jordan Spieth during day one of the 2015 Australian Open at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney.

Defending champion Jordan Spieth is in a three-way tie for the early lead after his opening nine holes at the Australian Open.

In search of golf perfection

Ben Hogan.

It's claimed the legendary Ben Hogan had the perfect golf swing. Is it smart to try and emulate him?

No dad for golfer's bag

Ryan Fox won't have his dad Grant, right, as caddy for the Australian Open, but is hoping for a top-10 finish.

Ryan Fox looking to figure despite strong Australian Open field.

Cambo inspires Kiwi success

Michael Campbell said watching the likes of Greg Turner and Frank Nobilo win on the world stage made him believe it was possible.

Former US Open champion feels he has played a part in the success of the next generation.

Major moment Ko's 2015 favourite

Lydia Ko acknowledges her record final round 63 to win the Evian Championship.

The putt for a final-round 63 to give Ko her first major title was the highlight of another stellar year.

Spieth will treat Olympics as fifth major

Jordan Spieth plays a bunker shot on the 8th hole during a practice round ahead of the 2015 Australian Open.

World's top golfer will be fully committed to the Olympics on golf's return next year.

A couple of Marlborough aces

Marlborough Ridge residents Rod and Di Lofthouse didn't have to go far from home to register their first hole in one.

A Fairhall couple who have been playing for just 12 years achieved the elusive feat in the same year.

'Not bad for almost 52' video

Not even Miguel Angel Jimenez's trademark cigar can get in the way of his famous warmup routine.

GoPro gives up-close look at Spanish golfer's unique warm-up routine.

Spieth eyes Aussie Open glory

Jordan Spieth poses with the Stonehaven trophy after winning the 2014 Australian Open.

World golf number one Jordan Spieth is approaching his title defence with major championship-like intensity.

Ko likely to play Clearwater in 2016

World No 1 Lydia Ko, if she plays, will look to win the NZ Women's Open title for a third time.

World No 1 to announce her plans on NZ Women's Open in 2016 in the next two weeks.

Perry wins pro-am by one stroke

Kiwi golfer Mathew Perry claimed the Flinders Partners Group National Pro-Am by one stroke at The National Golf Club in Frankston, Victoria.

Melbourne-based Kiwi pro claims his second pro-am win in Aussie with a four-under par 68.

Pearce prepares for final push

Ashburton pro Daniel Pearce says playing on the PGA Tour of China has taken his game to the next level.

Melbourne-based pro Daniel Pearce has a chance to join Web.Com Tour after a consistent year in China.

'Old soul' Ko wise beyond her years

Kiwi golfing sensation Lydia Ko has every reason to smile after being named the LPGA's player of the year in 2015.

A golfing prodigy and nice as pie too. Rivals say Kiwi golfer is the total package.

Ko: 'I can get better'

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko pictured with the US$1m dollars she was awarded as the LPGA Tour player of the year.

Emotional Lydia Ko pays tribute to her team and says she can improve in 2016.

World media: So-Lyd Gold video

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko pictured with the US$1m dollars she was awarded as the LPGA Tour player of the year.

Lydia Ko linked with greatness as the world golf writers lap up her latest remarkable achievements.

Ko all smiles after super season video

New Zealand's world No 1 golfer Lydia Ko is the best in the business right now, on the course and off it.

Kiwi golfer shows her well known humorous side after collecting season-ending trophies.

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