The final field of the 2016 Australian Open golf is a solid one that features major champions and former world number one’s Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott. While there is a diverse international flavour with the likes of Spieth, Ryan Fox, Jhonattan Vegas, Michael Hendry and Gareth Paddison, there is much more of an Aussie feel to the tournament.
Royal Troon plays host to one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world when the British Open arrives in Scotland in mid-July. Dustin Johnson, fresh from his first major victory in the US Open at Oakmont, is among the shorter priced contenders with UBET while the Big Three of Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are again the favourites heading into this year’s third major
The US Open tees off on Thursday night (AEST) and the Aussies have a couple of hopefuls on deck with Jason Day starting as the outright favourite to win his second major. Adam Scott’s form has taken a dive from when he won consecutive PGA titles earlier in the year but he is among the elite competing for Open glory.
The 80th US Masters Tournament will feature a host of former champions, including Australian Adam Scott, USA's Jordan Speith, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson. While Mickelson’s ($19) chances haven't been ignored, there is a distinct possibility an Aussie could don the green jacket on the evening of April 10th.
Three genuine Aussie contenders for next month’s US Masters are putting on a show at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Flordia.
This will be the 144th Open Championship or British Open and the 29th played at St Andrews in Fife, Scotland.