The big-name players and some of the major events of Australian golf are nowhere to be seen this summer, writes Richard Hinds, but will their absence be the downfall of generation next?
In a world first, this year's Australian Open will feature the best golfers with a disability playing alongside top international pros, with amputee athletes like Juan Postigo busy blurring the distinction with his incredible power and accuracy.
To save Mike Rolls, doctors amputated parts of his body, including his right leg. Nine years later, he made the decision to amputate the other one. This is why.
Australian Adam Scott emerges as Brooks Koepka's biggest threat after shooting his way into the final group at the US PGA Championship in Missouri, with Jason Day still in the hunt.
The description that fits Jarrod Lyle most comfortably is the one you can never feign or self-adopt; one that will have come to the mind of Lyle's many friends across all walks of life upon hearing the news of his death: He was quite simply a good bloke, writes Richard Hinds.
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle dies of cancer just eight days after deciding to go into palliative care with his wife Briony saying he wanted to thank everyone for their support.
Australians Jason Day and Marc Leishman are well in the mix at the WGC-Invitational at Firestone, while Tiger Woods also posts a solid round as many players wear yellow ribbons to honour Jarrod Lyle.
As Jarrod Lyle faces the final stages of his life, his biographer and friend Mark Hayes shares the Australian golfer's touching message to his many well-wishers.
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle makes the decision to end cancer treatment and go into palliative care, with his wife saying "he has given all he's got to give" in trying to overcome his third bout of leukemia.
There are only three sports that more Australians rate as "exciting to watch" rather than "boring to watch".