Australian Open Golf: guide
Seven's coverage of the Australian Open Golf takes place from Sydney next week.
Seven’s coverage of the Australian Open Golf takes place from Sydney next week.
Australia’s top ranked golfer and former world no. 1 Jason Day, along with reigning title holder Jordan Spieth, lead a star – studded Australian Open field vying for the prestigious Stonehaven Cup at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney next Thursday.
Former winners including Geoff Ogilvy, Greg Chalmers, Robert Allenby, 2015 winner Matt Jones and crowd favourite Craig Parry headline eight past champions set to light up the fairways.
The Australian Open is also a chance for players to secure a place in golf’s most international championships, the British Open. The leading three players, who finish in the top 10 and ties who are not already exempt, will qualify for the 2018 British Open.
Seven’s golf coverage will be streamed on the 7Live app, with coverage of the Australian Open and Australian PGA on mobile giving Australians access anywhere, anytime on any device.
In addition to the all – day coverage on the 7 Live app. Todd Woodbridge and Alison Whitaker will bring fairway commentary, and Bree Laughlin will report on all the colour and post round interviews.
Australian Open Golf
Day 1 – 4 Thursday November 23 – Sunday November 26
Sydney 12pm Live on Channel 7
Melbourne 12pm Live on Channel 7
Brisbane 11am Live on Channel 7
Adelaide 11.30am Live on Channel 7
Perth 9am Live on Channel 7