Here are the results for Australian golfers across the various international tours this week.

PGA TOUR

the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide

May 30–Jun 2

Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio

Purse: $9,100,000 ($1,638,000 to the winner)                              

             Player Result Earnings FedExCup

Standing

Notes
Stuart Appleby DNP 228  
Aaron Baddeley T22 (-5) $87,360 74 Made his 16th start at the Memorial Tournament, where he advanced to the weekend for the 10th time. Notched his third top-25 finish at Muirfield Village.
Greg Chalmers DNP  
Cameron Davis DNP 158  
Jason Day CUT (+5) 36 Missed the cut for only the third time in 14 starts this season. With rounds of 75-74, recorded the highest 36-hole total of 149 this season. The Muirfield Village member owns one top-25 in 11 starts at this event (T15 in 2017).
Matt Jones T41 (-1) $31,850 96 Made the cut for the third consecutive time at this event. His best finish at Muirfield Village is a T6 in 2013.
Marc Leishman 5th (-12) $364,000 11 Recorded his fourth top-15 finish in his last five starts at the event. Currently sits No. 1 in the Presidents Cup International Team standings.
Curtis Luck DNP 149
Geoff Ogilvy DNP
Rod Pampling DNP 227
Adam Scott 2nd (-17) $982,800 15 Finished runner-up for the 13th time on TOUR. Owns four top-10 finishes in 12 starts at the Memorial Tournament. Was seeking to match Steve Stricker for the most starts at the event before winning.
John Senden DNP 222
Cameron Smith CUT (+7) 76

 

 

PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS

Principal Charity Classic

May 30–Jun 2

Wakonda Club, Des Moines, Iowa

Purse: $1,850,000 ($277,500 to the winner)                           

             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup

Standing

Notes
Stephen Leaney T21 (-7) $19,583 62 Recorded all three rounds under par in a single event for the first time in his PGA TOUR Champions career. Carded his second top-25 finish of the season following a T10 at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship.
Peter Fowler DNP 110
David McKenzie T33 (-5) $12,210 55

 

WEB.COM TOUR

Rex Hospital Open

May 30–Jun 2

The Country Club at Wakefield Plantation, Raleigh, North Carolina

Purse: $650,000 ($117,000 to the winner)

             Player Result Earnings Regular Season

Standing

Notes
Jamie Arnold T60 (-3) $1,677 48
Brett Coletta CUT (+2) 45 Missed the cut for the second consecutive time this season.
Brett Drewitt T63 (-2) $1,644 89
Rhein Gibson T4 (-17) $28,600 23 Notched his best finish of the season, finishing inside the top 10 for the third time in 2019. Made his fifth consecutive start at the event, progressively improving each year after missing the cut in his first two appearances.
Cameron Percy T17 (-11) $9,425 31 Recorded his fourth consecutive top-25 finish in his eighth appearance at the event. His last 16 Web.com Tour rounds have all been under par or better.
Travis Smyth DNP

 

PGA TOUR LATINOAMERICA

    

Bupa Match Play

May 30–Jun 2

Playa Paraiso Golf Club, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Purse: $175,000 ($31,500 to the winner)

             Player Result Earnings Order of Merit

Standing

Notes
Harrison Endycott T5 $4,000 17 Missed a three-foot putt on the first sudden-death playoff hole to lose to Tommy Cocha 1-down in the quarterfinals. The 17th seed has compiled a 6-2 match-play record dating to last year’s quarterfinal appearance. Recorded his third consecutive top-five finish this season.
Ryan Ruffels T33 $500 5 Has never been outside the top five in the Order of Merit this season despite losing his first-round match.

 

Mackenzie Tour

Bayview Place DCBank Open presented by Times Colonist

May 30–Jun 2

Uplands Golf Club, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Purse: $200,000 ($36,000 to the winner)

             Player Result Earnings Order of Merit

Standing

Notes
Ruben Sondjaja CUT (+7) 89 Missed the cut for the first time this season, following a T51 at the season-opening Canada Life Open.

 

 

LPGA TOUR

US Women’s Open
Country Club of Charleston, South Carolina
Won by Jeongeun Lee6 at -6 by two shots

Australians:
T12 – Minjee Lee, -1, 71-69-70-73
T34 – Hannah Green, +4, 76-68-77-67
T34 – Katherine Kirk, 73-72-70-73
MC – Su Oh, +5, 75-72
MC – Sarah Kemp, +6, 76-72
MC – Karrie Webb, +8, 77-73
MC – Gabi Ruffels, +10, 75-77

EUROPEAN TOUR

Belgian Knockout (medal match play)
Rinkven International, Antwerp
Won by Guido Migliozzi in final over Darius Van Driel by four shots

Australians:
T29 – Wade Ormsby, -2, 70-70, Rd of 32
T42 – Jake McLeod, -4, 69-69, Rd of 64
T65 – Adam Bland, -1, 69-72
MC – Deyen Lawson, +1, 69-74
MC – Dimi Papadatos, +1, 73-70
MC – Brett Rumford, +1, 71-72
MC – Marcus Fraser, +3, 75-70
RET – Nick Cullen, 70

SYMETRA TOUR

Valley Forge International
Raven’s Claw Golf Club, Pennsylvania
Won by Min Lee at -15 in a playoff over Esther Lee

Australians:
T19 – Steph Na, -5, 68-67-73
T41 – Robyn Choi, -2, 76-66-69
T61 – Soo Jin Lee, +2, 68-73-74
MC – Whitney Hillier, +3, 71-74
MC – Nadine White, +4, 74-72

JAPANESE TOUR

Mizuno Open
The Royal Golf Club, Japan
Won by Yuta Ikeda at -7 by one shot

Australians:
T14 – Dylan Perry, +1, 67-73-73-76
T14 – Won Joon Lee, +1, 70-70-72-77
T22 – Brad Kennedy, +3, 74-70-75-72
T24 – Anthony Quayle, +4, 71-72-75-74
MC – Brendan Jones, +4, 73-75
MC – David Bransdon, +4, 75-73
MC – Zach Murray, +6, 72-78
MC – Andrew Evans, +7, 74-77
MC – Matt Griffin

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