Nathan Green
Toronto, New South Wales, Australia

Height: 5 ft, 8 in

Weight: 175

Turned Pro: 1998

DOB: 5/13/1975

Bio: Accepted an invitation to host the New South Wales Open near his hometown of Newcastle. First time in the 78-year history of the tournament a player has hosted the event. Represented New South Wales in soccer. Formerly worked in a crematorium his parents manage in Valentine. Also worked in a pro shop at Westside GC in Newcastle. Made a hole-in-one for $500,000 at the Ericsson Masters. After being introduced to the game by his brother, he used his grandmother's clubs. (Bio information from Golfweek research and pgatour.com)

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Note: In compiling our archives, some information, such as earnings or relation to par, was unavailable. If information is missing, such as earnings, it does not necessarily mean that no money was earned and should not be interpreted as such.

All results / Stories / "Nathan Green"

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Polished O'Sullivan contends at U.S. Girls' Junior

Hannah O’Sullivan made headlines when she qualified for the San Francisco City Amateur at age 11, but couldn't play because of its age limit. In her home state, she's contending for a U.S. Girls Junior title at age 16.

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Davis Riley off to hot start at U.S. Junior Amateur

Davis Riley, last year's U.S. Junior Amateur runner-up, fired a 5-under 67 to take the first-round lead on a hot day in The Woodlands, Texas. But he wasn't the only player to go low after playing well a year ago, as Sam Horsfield and Brad Dalke also find themselves in the top 5.

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No flair needed as McIlroy seals Open win

Rory McIlroy sealed his British Open championship not with thunderous drives that had put him in commanding position, but with deft precision in short-game prowess at the final two holes.

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Tracker: McIlroy captures British Open at Hoylake

Rory McIlroy carries a six-shot lead into Sunday's final round of the 2014 British Open at Royal Liverpool, with Rickie Fowler his closest pursuer. Follow the highlights here!

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Kelly wins Massachusetts Amateur

John Kelly turned his dream into a reality Saturday by winning the 106th Massachusetts Amateur Championship at Kernwood Country Club, defeating Doug Clapp by a score of 3 and 2.

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Diaz, Pace lead LPGA's Marathon after 54

Laura Diaz shares the LPGA's Marathon Classic with Lee-Anne Pace after they shot 71 and 68, respectively, during Saturday's third round in Sylvania, Ohio.

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McIlroy soars to six-shot British Open lead

After three rounds in the 60s, it’s hard to see Rory McIlroy shooting a high number tomorrow and failing to win his first British Open championship.

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Garcia, others face uphill chase

Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia all took turns making a run at the top of the British Open, but each had trouble sustaining any momentum against Rory McIlroy on Saturday.

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Tiger once owned majors; now they own him

Tiger Woods used to own weekends at major championships. Now they seem to own him. A trend continued Saturday in the British Open: He hasn’t shot in the 60s on a major weekend since 2011.

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In playoff, Meth wins final Public Links

The U.S. Amateur Public Links, in its last year of existence, refused to go quietly. It took 37 holes for Byron Meth to outlast Doug Ghim in Newton, Kan.

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Clarke hits this British Open much thinner

Darren Clarke is about 50 pounds lighter than he was at last year's British Open -- and says he needed seven months of adjustments to get used to added clubhead speed.

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Tracker: McIlroy again grows Open lead

Rory McIlroy carries a four-shot lead into Saturday's third round at the British Open -- can he stay ahead of Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia? Follow the highlights right here!

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Ghim, Meth reach Public Links final

Byron Meth and Doug Ghim will fight Saturday to be the last to claim a win in the U.S. Amateur Public Links -- and with it, likely, an invitation to the Masters.

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Slow play almost derails teen at Women's Publinx

After avoiding penalties while on the clock for slow play in her match with Doris Chen, Eun Jeong Seong scored a 1-up victory in the quarterfinals of the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links.

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On second thought, Woods has plenty of work to do

Forget about what we saw and said Thursday. He’s not ready. An inconsistent Tiger Woods clearly needs more competitive repetitions, particularly with a driver, before he’s ready to contend in a golf tournament.

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Watson, 64, makes the cut at 2014 British Open

Tom Watson is proving that age is nothing but a number – even a number (64) that plays nice with Liverpool's Beatles history – and will be sticking around for the weekend at the Open Championship after back-to-back 73s at Hoylake.

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Tracker: McIlroy stretches British Open lead

Friday at the British Open, Rory McIlroy widened his British Open lead at Royal Liverpool from one shot to four, while Dustin Johnson gave chase -- as Tiger Woods and Adam Scott struggled. Recap the highlights here!

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Notes: Bubba 'already left it;' Day tweaks wrist

Soon after he bogeyed Royal Liverpool's 18th for a British Open missed cut, Bubba Watson turned to thoughts of home and family; Jason Day reports some pain in his wrist; plus more Open Championship news and notes.

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Mickelson posts 70 behind key par save at turn

Phil Mickelson's 2-under 70 was saved by a key 6-footer on the par-5 10th hole that kept his round on track.

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From the couch: David Dusek on Rd. 2 of British Open

Our David Dusek is taking in ESPN's coverage of the Open Championship from his couch and will offer his commentary throughout the day.

All results / Photo galleries / "Nathan Green"

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PHOTOS: Phoenix Open 2014, third round, 'Green Out'

In honor of "Green Out" Saturday in which the Waste Management Phoenix Open asked players and fans to wear green with $1 being donated to various recycling agencies for each person that does, lets look at some players who wore green during the third round at TPC Scottsdale.

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PHOTOS: Trophies offered by Green Jacket Auction

A look at the five trophies being offered for $750,000 by the Green Jacket Auction.

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PHOTOS: LPGA Q-School (Final)

LPGA Q-School is officially over at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla., with Jaye Marie Green finishing 10 strokes ahead to lead the qualifiers for the 2014 season.

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U.S. Women's Amateur: Championship

Take a look at images of the final match between Lydia Ko and Jaye Marie Green at the U.S. Women's Amateur in Cleveland.

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U.S. Women's Amateur: Semifinals

After a drizzly Saturday morning at the Country Club, only two players are left at the U.S. Women's Amateur. Lydia Ko defeated Ariya Jutanugarn while Jaye Marie Green defeated Nicole Zhang in the semifinals.

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2012 Masters: Round 4 at Augusta

Check out images from Augusta National as the players compete for the Green Jacket in the final round of the Masters!

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Nathan Smith instructional

Photos from a Nathan Smith instructional

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The Players: A friendly soccer game

Sergio Garcia, Alvaro Quiros and Nathan Green play in a soccer friendly near Jacksonville, Fla.

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Masters Sunday

Around Augusta National on Masters Sunday ...

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Photos: Masters Saturday

Around Augusta National on Saturday . . .

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Photos: Masters Friday

Around Augusta National on Masters Friday ...

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Photos: Masters Thursday

From Arnie and Jack to action on the course, the Masters on Thursday.

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Photos: Masters Par 3 Contest

Photos from Wednesday's Masters Par 3 Contest at Augusta National.

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Photos: Masters Tuesday

A look around Augusta National on Tuesday.

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Ken Green charity golf event

Ken Green had his lower right leg amputated as the result of a tragic RV accident in June that killed is brother, Billy, his girlfriend Jeannie Hodgin and his dog Nip. Green hopes to be back on the Champions Tour in April.

All results / Videos / "Nathan Green"

VIDEO: Judging greens with Marriott Golf Academy

Marriott Golf Academy's Justin Blazer takes you through a drill on judging greens.

VIDEO: Western Refining, Tournament recap

Our Lance Ringler breaks down Gavin Green's victory at Western Refining.

VIDEO: Options off the green, Marriott Golf Academy

Mike Ellis of the Marriott Golf Academy takes you through different options from off the green.

ToyBox90: Mickelson gets in some work on the greens

Golfweek's Pregame Primer: Alex Miceli breaks down Phil Mickelson's work with Dave Stockton, as well as Brendan Steele's conventional grip on his belly putter.

For Your Game: Nathan Smith

Four-time U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Nathan Smith, a member of the 2009 and 2011 Walker cup teams, shows off his swing from multiple angles.

For Your Game: Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth shows his chipping tip for working short game around the green.

For Your Game: D.A. Points

D.A. Points shows us his swing, and how he stays fresh on the green.

Off Campus 2011: Mean Green North Texas

North Texas is a team you don't hear much of this late in the season. But this year, the Mean Green is getting noticed.

Callaway’s new gear for 2011

Callaway's Nathan Strange explains the science behind their forged composite material and how it works in their new Diablo Octane and Razr Hawk drivers.

Make Me Over – Golfweek style (Ep. 7)

You might be inclined to go straight from the pool to the practice green during the summer, but Golfweek fashion editor Ashleigh Korzack says otherwise.

Using the Putt-Chip

Suzy Whaley simplifies the not-so-simple shots around the green in this week's Swing Tips.

Lofted Pitch Shots

You're in need of a lofted pitch shot to jump a bunker and land softly on a downhill rolling green. Guess what? That's exactly the shot Suzy wants to demonstrate for you this week!

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Major Moments 2008: British Open

Arnold Palmer rekindled American interest in the Open Championship when he traveled to Royal Birkdale in 1961 and won. A special plate at No. 16 (formerly No. 15) commemorates the spot where he ripped 6-iron to the green from the bramble bushes.

Major Moments 2008: British Open

Arnold Palmer rekindled American interest in the Open Championship when he traveled to Royal Birkdale in 1961 and won. A special plate at No. 16 (formerly No. 15) commemorates the spot where he ripped 6-iron to the green from the bramble bushes.

Major Moments 2008: British Open

While the hole itself might not be too bad, the 17th green could have some of the players wishing for a mulligan. Golfweek Senior Writer Alistair Tait talks us through the two-tiered terror.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Women's Open

Suzann Pettersen returns to the scene of her 2002 Solheim Cup crime, the infamous F-bomb on the 18th green. See what she has to say about all that...some things never change.