NEW PROVIDENCE, BAHAMAS: Tiger Woods declared himself highly satisfied after making an encouraging start to his latest eagerly-anticipated injury comeback in the Hero World Challenge.
Marc Leishman is in brilliant touch but former Masters champion Scott has failed to fire on the Gold Coast, conceding his game needs attention after he missed the cut at Royal Pines.
?Adam Scott has missed the cut at the Australian PGA Championship for the first time since 2010 after a string of missed putts to finish his second round on Friday.
The Greg Norman Medallist will be leaving the Gold Coast with more silverware if he continues his brilliant form at Royal Pines.
Canberra golfers Matt Millar and Brendan Jones are chasing strong finishes to their years.
It was the earliest start of his career but the world number 11 made a strong start on the Gold Coast.
The broomstick was back for Scott on day one of the Australian PGA Championships, with promising results as he returns it to his kit bag.
Mark Leishman used to think he had it all figured out until the cold, hard reality of golf slapped him in the face.
Scott will use the broomstick at the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast, saying it feels rock solid despite not being able to anchor it under golf's rule change.
The Canberra golfer will finish his season at the Australian PGA at Royal Pines this weekend.
Tiger Woods admits he is "winging it" ahead of his latest comeback, but still harbours ambitions to remind his kids and a new generation of rivals that he is more than "the YouTube golfer".
Marc Leishman has won the award for Australia's best golfer on the international stage in 2017, the Greg Norman Medal.
Reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia believes he is young enough and good enough to ensure his maiden major golf title isn't a one-off.
It has taken Wade Ormsby 264 attempts but the Australian is now a European Tour winner after a one-shot victory at the Hong Kong Open.
Cameron Davis may be one of the most improbable Australian Open winners in its 102-year history.
The lexicon of a modern day athlete when asked to explain the unexplainable is best summed up in five words: "It is what it is". Jason Day went to it straight away.
Jason Day stared, Lucas Herbert didn't blink. And they'll do it all again as Australia's best golfer couldn't shake off a a self confessed cash-strapped second-year professional after an absorbing third round at the Australian Open.
Swede Jonas Blixt may win his first Australian Open on Sunday after being pestered into travelling Down Under by good friend Cameron Smith, but he wants to set the record straight: the Australian is forever in his debt.
Lucas Herbert won $40,000 last week, stood on the range on Friday morning chest puffed, shoulders arched back and spied a bloke who has cleared $40 million in his career and thought: what's all the fuss?
Jason Day will wage a weekend battle with Australia's Generation Next big hitters after storming to within one shot of the lead at the mid-way point of the Australian Open.