PGA Australia News for: April 17, 2012

  • Piranha Golf back on board
    Piranha Golf will continue their involvement with the development of Australian golf as the naming rights sponsor of the NSW/ACT Pro-Am Order of Merit.
  • Scott still pick of the Aussies
    Englishman Luke Donald has surrendered the world number one ranking to Rory McIlroy after struggling at the RBC Heritage on Sunday, while Adam Scott remains the highest-ranked Australian.
  • Aragon wins Stonebrae Championship
    Alex Aragon carded a final-round 66 to hold off a fast-finishing Matt Harmon and win the Stonebrae Championship in Hayward, California as Australian Steve Allan finished well down the leaderboard.
  • Jones starts Japan season with a win
    The PGA of Australia would like to congratulate New South Wales’ Brendan Jones on his victory at the Token Homemate Cup on the Japan Golf Tour.
  • Oosthuizen wins in Malaysia
    South African Louis Oosthuizen beat Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher by three shots to claim the Malaysian Open on Sunday.
  • Birdie blitz fires Pettersson
    A string of birdies on the front nine helped Carl Pettersson card a five-under 66 and take a one-shot lead after the third round of the RBC Heritage, with Marc Leishman the best-placed Australian.
  • Oosthuizen seeking Masters redemption
    Louis Oosthuizen holds a one-shot lead after the third round of the Malaysian Open was suspended due to storms on Saturday.
  • Knost right in Heritage hunt
    Former US Amateur Champion Colt Knost shot a six-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead at the halfway point of the RBC Heritage, while Greg Chalmers is the best placed Australian, seven shots adrift of the leader.
  • Otto, Kruger share lead in Malaysia
    Hennie Otto and Jbe Kruger share the lead at the Malaysian Open after a storm-interrupted second round on Friday.
  • China wins international friendly
    After two rounds at Tycoon Golf Club, Shenzhen, it was the China Golf Club League who were victorious in the China Australia International Challenge

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