Defending champion Rory McIlroy is two adrift of leader Jordan Spieth after firing an opening two-under 69 at the Australian Open.
After the success of the event in 2014, Royal Porthcawl will host the Senior Open Championship for a second time in 2017.
- Australian Open leaderboard
- 'McIlroy, Poulter & Postman Pat'
- Poulter would 'love' Ryder Cup captaincy
- 'Exhausted' Stenson wins in Dubai
- European Tour 2015 adds six events
- Woods incensed by parody interview
- Stenson & Cabrera-Bello share lead
- Stenson leads European Tour finale
- McIlroy & Lowry share lead in Dubai
- Bland's year a 'big step forward'
- Hahn shoots 58 at qualifying school
- Ex-tennis star Ferrero to caddie for Garcia
- Fowler to play in 2015 Irish Open
- McIlroy secures Race to Dubai crown
- Hull second as Lin wins Sanya Open
- Ballesteros's son turns professional
- Lawrie to host European Tour event
Video & Audio
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- Watch video I'll embrace Masters pressure - McIlroy
- Watch video GB Olympian swaps hockey for golf
- Watch video Wilson reflects on maiden title win
- Watch video No regrets for Ramsay at Dunhill
- Watch video Donaldson fulfils his 'destiny'
- Watch video Watson responds to Mickelson criticism
- Watch video McGinley dismisses rift with Clarke
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