Here is the recap from this past week’s golf action and the Australians’ performances across the various tours.

A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier
The Greenbrier Resort (The Old White TPC), White Sulphur Springs,

West Virginia

Purse: $7,500,000 ($1,350,000 to the winner)


             Player Result Earnings FedExCup


Steve Allan CUT (+2) Has not made a cut on the PGA TOUR since a T69 at the 2018 Sony Open in Hawaii.
Aaron Baddeley DNP  
Cameron Davis CUT (+4)
Jason Day DNP
Rhein Gibson T57 (-4) $16,950 T57
Matt Jones T10 (-12) $189,375 T10 Earned his second top-10 finish at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, following a T2 in 2013.
Marc Leishman WD Withdrew following the first round with a back injury.
Rod Pampling CUT (-2)
Cameron Percy 63rd (-3) $16,425 63rd Made the cut for the fifth time in his seventh appearance at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. Best finish at this event is a T30 in 2013.
Adam Scott DNP
John Senden CUT (+3)
Cameron Smith T24 (-8) $59,732 T24 Made his tournament debut at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, where he recorded his 35th career top-25 finish.




The Ally Challenge

Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club, Grand Blanc, Michigan

Purse: $2,000,000 ($300,000 to the winner)


             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup


Stephen Leaney T26 (-5) $17,800 54
David McKenzie T41 (-2) $9,000 47 Made his second tournament start at the Ally Challenge, following a T17 in 2018. Has carded a score of even par or better in 14 of his last 16 rounds.



Haikou Classic

Mission Hills Haikou, Haikou, Hainan, China

Purse: ¥1,600,000 (¥288,000 to the winner)


             Player Result Earnings Order of Merit Notes
Charlie Dann T6 (-12) ¥51,800 38 Earned his best finish of the season and recorded his second top-10, following a T7 at the Chongqing Championship. With rounds of 70-68-65-69, marked the first time Dann recorded all four rounds under par at a single event this season.
James Grierson CUT (+7) 154 Missed his fourth consecutive cut this season.
Bryden Macpherson T14 (-9) ¥28,800 48 Marked his third top-25 finish of the season and climbed five spots to No. 48 in the Order of Merit with the showing.
James Marchesani T3 (-13) ¥83,200 27 In his 20th career start on PGA TOUR Series-China, earned his best finish with the T3. Notched his second top-10 of the season, after finishing solo fifth at the Haikou Championship earlier this April.
Max McCardle T30 (-5) ¥9,920 52
Tim Stewart CUT (+3)
Hayden Webb CUT (+4)
Aaron Wilkin CUT (+5)
Christopher Wood 13th (-10) ¥33,600 31 Carded his fourth top-25 finish of the season.
Kevin Yuan WD



KLM Open
The International, Netherlands
Won by Sergio Garcia at -18 by one shot

T27 – Jake McLeod, -7, 70-68-73-70
MC – Adam Bland, -1, 72-71
MC – Deyen Lawson, -1, 71-72
MC – Dimi Papadatos, -1, 72-71
MC – Nick Cullen, E, 73-71
MC – Brett Rumford, +3, 75-72
MC – Scott Hend, +4, 75-73
RET – Harrison Endycott, +2, 75-67-68


ANA Open
Sapporo Golf Club, Hokkaido
Won by Yosuke Asaji at -16 in a playoff

14 – Brendan Jones, -12, 73-66-71-66
T26 – Dylan Perry, -9, 70-71-70-68
T26 – David Bransdon, -9, 73-68-69-69
T26 – Won Joon Lee, -9, 73-68-65-73
MC – Anthony Quayle, +6, 71-79

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