Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances.

PGA TOUR

RBC Canadian Open

Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Purse: $7,600,000 ($1,368,000 to the winner)

 

             Player Result Earnings FedExCup

Standing

Notes
Stuart Appleby DNP 230  
Aaron Baddeley DNP 75
Greg Chalmers DNP  
Cameron Davis CUT (+4) 159 Has missed the cut in six of his last seven starts on the PGA TOUR.
Jason Day DNP 38
Matt Jones DNP 100
Marc Leishman DNP 11
Curtis Luck CUT (-1) 151 In his only other start at the RBC Canadian Open, missed the cut shooting rounds of 68-73 in 2017.
Geoff Ogilvy DNP
Rod Pampling T35 (-4) $34,326 219 Snapped a 13 consecutive-missed-cut streak with a T35 finish in Hamilton. Carded four rounds of 69s in his seventh start at the RBC Canadian Open. Earned his best finish of the 2018-19 season.
Adam Scott DNP 15
John Senden DNP 224
Cameron Smith DNP 77

 

 

PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS                         

Mastercard Japan Championship

Narita Golf Club-Accordia Golf, Narita-shi, Chiba, Japan

Purse: $2,500,000 ($400,000 to the winner)

 

             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup

Standing

Notes
Stephen Leaney T51 (+4) $6,250 64
David McKenzie T21 (-3) $27,041 52 Recorded his third top-25 finish in his 10th start of the season.

 

 

Web.comTour

BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation

Thornblade Club, Greer, South Carolina

Purse: $700,000 ($126,000 to the winner)

 

             Player Result Earnings Regular Season

Standing

Notes
Jamie Arnold CUT (-2) 51 Missed the cut for the sixth time in his 13th start of 2019. In four overall appearances at this event, best finish is a T9 in 2018.
Brett Coletta CUT (+5) 50 Missed the cut for the third consecutive time this season. Failed to advance to the weekend at the Knoxville Open and the Rex Hospital Open prior to playing in South Carolina.
Brett Drewitt T52 (-9) $1,876 82 Opened the week with a 6-under 65 and sat T6 after the first round. Closed with rounds of 61-69 in his fourth appearance at this event. Owns two top-10s at the BMW Charity Pro-Am, finishing runner-up in 2016 and T6 in 2018.
Rhein Gibson WON

(-21)

$126,000 7 Earned his first Web.com Tour victory and locked up his PGA TOUR card for the 2019-20 season. The event was shortened to 54 holes due to inclement weather. Carded a bogey-free, 8-under 63 in the final round to overcome a two-shot deficit starting the round. Became the fifth Australian of the last 13 champions to win at the BMW Charity Pro-Am.
Min Woo Lee CUT (-1)
Cameron Percy WD 32
Travis Smyth DNP 205

 

LPGA TOUR

Shoprite LPGA Classic
Seaview, Bay Course, New Jersey
Won by Lexi Thompson at -12 by one shot

Australians:
T34 – Su Oh, 68-71-73
T43 – Karrie Webb, 75-67-71
MC – Sarah Kemp, +4, 75-71
MC – Robyn Choi, +4, 74-72

EUROPEAN TOUR

GolfSixes Cascais
Oitavos Dunes, Portugal
Won by Thailand over England in the final

Australians:
Scott Hend and Wade Ormsby teamed up to represent Australia in the GolfSixes event on the European Tour in Portugal over the weekend, featuring men’s and women’s teams.
Group Stage – Australia def. Wales 3-1, Australia def. by Germany 2-0, Australia draw France 1-1
Quarter Final – Australia def. by Spain 2-1

SYMETRA TOUR

Four Winds International
Blackthorn Golf Club, Indiana
Won by Perrine Delacour at -9 by two shots

Australians:
T57 – Whitney Hillier, +6, 71-73-78
MC – Steph Na, +7, 76-75
MC – Celina Yuan, +10, 79-75

JAPAN TOUR

Mori Building Cup
Shishido Hills Country Club, Japan
Won by Mikumu Horikawa at -15 by four shots

Australians:
T12 – Brad Kennedy, -4, 69-67-72-72
T16 – Matt Griffin, -2, 72-70-68-72
T23 – Brendan Jones, E, 70-73-69-72
T42 – David Bransdon, +5, 73-72-70-74
T48 – Zach Murray, +6, 75-69-72-74
T48 – Won Joon Lee, +6, 70-72-69-79
59th – Adam Bland, +9, 74-70-73-76
T64 – Anthony Quayle, +13, 72-72-76-77
MC – Dylan Perry, +16, 78-80

LET ACCESS SERIES

Ladies Finnish Open
Messila Golf, Finland
Won by Nina Pegova at -7 by four shots

Australians:
T33 – Kristalle Blum, +8, 76-78-70

About Richard Fellner

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