The PGA Tour season came to a close this week with Adam Scott finishing sixth in Atlanta to cap off a successful season.

The Aussie trio of Katherine KirkMinjee Lee and Su Oh all finished at T25 in Canada in another consistent week for our top LPGA Tour women.

South Australian Wade Ormsby was brilliant in Sweden on the European Tour, cracking the top five for the first time since the ISPS Handa Vic Open in February.

And while Queensland young gun Maverick Antcliff added a T2 two his three wins on the CGA Tour this year, veteran Cam Percy booked his return to the PGA Tour with a T11 finish in the second Korn Ferry Tour finals event.

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


TOUR Championship

East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia

Purse: $60,000,000 ($15,000,000 to the winner)


Next tournament: A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier

The Greenbrier Resort (The Old White TPC), White Sulphur Springs,

West Virginia, September 12-15


             Player Result Earnings FedExCup


Marc Leishman T24 (+2) N/A 24 Made his third consecutive trip to East Lake Golf Club and fourth overall. Has finished inside the top 30 in all four starts at this event, with T21 in 2018 as his best finish. Ended the season at No. 24 in the FedExCup, recording seven top-10s, highlighted by a win at the CIMB Classic.
Adam Scott 6th (-8) N/A 6 Finished inside the top 10 in all three FedExCup Playoffs events (THE NORTHERN TRUST/5th, BMW Championship/T9) to finish the season at No. 6 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded his sixth top-10 at the TOUR Championship in his 11th appearance.



PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS                                      

Boeing Classic

The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, Snoqualmie, Washington

Purse: $2,100,000 ($315,000 to the winner)


Next Tournament: Shaw Charity Classic

Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club, Calgary, Alberta, Canada,

August 30-September 1


             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup


Stephen Leaney T7 (-10) $61,320 51 Recorded his best finish of the season, finishing inside the top 10 for the second time in nine starts. Finished T8 at the American Family Insurance Championship in June.
David McKenzie T25 (-6) $19,582 46 Notched his third consecutive top-25 finish of the season, after a T5 at the Senior Open Championship and a T24 at the DICK’S Sporting Goods Open.



Albertsons Boise Open presented by Kraft Nabisco

Hillcrest Country Club, Boise, Idaho

Purse: $1,000,000 ($180,000 to the winner)


  Next Tournament: Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United

 Leasing & Finance

Victoria National Golf Club, Newburgh, Indiana, August 30-September 2


             Player Result Earnings Finals


Jamie Arnold CUT (+3) 18
Brett Coletta CUT (E) 34
Cameron Davis T25 (-11) $7,946 34 Made his second Korn Ferry Tour start of the season, following a T56 at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship. Currently sits at No. 34 with 75.6 points in the Finals standings. The projected threshold to earn a TOUR card through The Finals 25 is 200 points.
Rhein Gibson CUT (E)
Curtis Luck CUT (-2) 15 Missed the cut following a T7 finish at last week’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship.
Cameron Percy T11 (-13) $18,666 12 Secured his return to the PGA TOUR for the 2019-20 season with the T11 finish. Notched his seventh top-25 finish of the season.



Canadian Women’s Open
Magna Golf Club, Canada
Won by JY Ko at -26 by five shots

T25 – Katherine Kirk, -10, 71-69-69-69
T25 – Minjee Lee, -10, 69-68-72-69
T25 – Su Oh, -10, 68-71-68-71
T64 – Sarah Kemp, -1, 69-73-71-74
MC – Hannah Green, +7, 71-80
MC – Robyn Choi, +8, 78-74


Scandinavian Invitation
Hills Golf & Sports Club, Sweden
Won by Erik van Rooyen at -19 by one shot

T5 – Wade Ormsby, -13, 62-71-65-69
T20 – Jason Scrivener, -10, 69-63-70-68
T53 – Deyen Lawson, -5, 72-67-70-66
73 – Brett Rumford, +1, 70-68-70-73
T75 – Adam Bland, E, 70-69-71
82 – Nick Cullen, +3, 71-67-75
83 – Min Woo Lee, +4, 67-72-75
MC – Dimi Papadatos, +1, 69-72
MC – Sam Brazel, +1, 72-69
MC – Lucas Herbert, +2, 73-69


NT PGA Championship
Palmerston Golf Course, NT
Won by Brett Rankin at -20 by three shots

1 – Brett Rankin, -20, 65-68-68-63
2 – Taylor Macdonald, -17, 66-69-66-66
3 – Lawry Flynn (a), -16, 68-66-67-67
T4 – Kade McBride, -15, 65-70-67-67
T4 – Adam Burdett, -15, 66-68-67-68
6 – Andrew Martin, -14, 66-66-66-72
7 – Scott Strange, -13, 68-71-66-66



Czech Ladies Open
Karlstejn Golf Course, Czech Republic
Won by Carly Booth at -9 by one shot

T18 – Whitney Hillier, -2, 74-71-69
MC – Kristalle Blum, +13, 82-75
MC – Amy Walsh, +13, 77-80



Huangshan Open
Anhui Huangshan Golf, China
Won by Kieran Muir at -9 by one shot

T2 – Maverick Antcliff, -8, 68-72-72-68
T18 – Kevin Yuan, E, 75-73-70-70
T31 – Bryden Macpherson, +6, 70-77-72-75
T53 – Jarrod Stirling, +10, 73-69-73-83
T65 – Jackson Dick, +15, 76-73-80-74
MC – Troy Moses, +8, 74-78
MC – Michael Pearce, +17, 82-79
WD – Conor Edmonds, 78


Shigeo Nagashima Invitational
North Country Golf Club, Japan
Won by Ryo Ishikawa at -20 by four shots

T6 – Anthony Quayle, -13, 73-67-69-66
T26 – Matt Griffin, -8, 72-71-67-70
T46 – David Bransdon, -5, 70-70-71-72
T46 – Brad Kennedy, -5, 70-70-72-71
T52 – Won Joon Lee, -4, 72-70-71-71
MC – Dylan Perry, +2, 73-73
MC – Brendan Jones, +2, 70-76

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