In one of world golf’s most picturesque settings, Wade Ormsby and Lucas Herbert took different routes to strong top 10 finishes on the European Tour over the weekend. Karis Davidson returned to form in Japan with a top 10 of her own, while Daniel Fox and Jarryd Felton led the way on the Asian Tour in Indonesia. But not for the first time in 2019, Hannah Green drew all eyes to the US.

After an historic opening 36 holes in Portland, Green started the final round of the Cambia Portland Classic three back of 18-year-old Monday qualifier Yealimi Noh and the margin was exactly that with four holes to play. But from that point on Green was exceptional, making clutch birdies at 15 and 17 before coolly slotting an eight-footer for par on 18 to seal a one-shot win. The title is Green’s second on the LPGA Tour in 2019 and fifth as a professional.

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

PGA Tour

No Tournament this Week

Next tournament: A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier

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

West Virginia, September 12-15


PGA Tour Champions

Shaw Charity Classic

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

Purse: $2,350,000 ($352,500 to the winner)


             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup


Stephen Leaney T53 (+1) $5,522 53 After opening with a 3-over 73 in the first round, rebounded with consecutive rounds of 69-69 to finish T53 in his Shaw Charity Classic debut.
David McKenzie T12 (-6) $47,783 45 Carded his fourth consecutive top-25 finish of the season.


Korn Ferry Tour


Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance

Victoria National Golf Club, Newburgh, Indiana

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


             Player Result Earnings Finals


(excluding The 25)

Jamie Arnold CUT (+1) 36 Retained his Korn Ferry Tour membership for 2020.
Brett Coletta T33 (-6) $5,475 66
Cameron Davis T13 (-11) $20,000 21 Played his way into The Finals 25 by finishing his last nine holes in 4-under to finish T13. Reclaimed his PGA TOUR card for the 2019-20 season after two consecutive top-25 finishes in his last two Korn Ferry Tour Finals events.
Rhein Gibson CUT (+2) N/A
Curtis Luck CUT (+1) 29 Fell from No. 15 to T29 in the Finals 25 after a missed cut in Indiana. Fell short of reclaiming his PGA TOUR card for the 2019-20 season. Will be fully exempt on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Cameron Percy CUT (+3) 18 Already secured his return to the PGA TOUR with a T11 finish at the Albertsons Boise Open.




Cambia Portland Classic
Columbia Edgewater CC, Oregon
Won by Hannah Green at -21 by one shot

1 – Hannah Green, -21, 64-63-73-67
T15 – Su Oh, -11, 70-67-72-68
T63 – Robyn Choi, -2, 71-70-774-71
T67 – Sarah Kemp, -1, 70-71-76-70
MC – Katherine Kirk, +2, 71-71


Omega European Masters
Crans-sur-Sierre GC, Switzerland
Won by Sebastian Soderberg (-14) in a five-way playoff

T8 – Lucas Herbert, -12, 70-67-67-64
T8 – Wade Ormsby, -12, 66-64-67-71
T58 – Sam Brazel, -3, 67-69-73-68
T63 – Nick Cullen, -1, 70-69-70-70
T69 – Deyen Lawson, E, 69-70-72-69
MC – Jason Scrivener, +1, 67-74
MC – Jake McLeod, +1, 70-71
MC – Min Woo Lee, +2, 71-71
MC – Brett Rumford, +8, 74-74
MC – Scott Hend, +12, 75-77



Nitori Ladies Golf Tournament
Otaru CC, Hokkaido
Won by Ai Suzuki at -11 by two shots

9th – Karis Davidson, -4, 70-70-70-74



Indonesia Open
Pondok Inda Golf Course, Indonesia
Won by Miguel Carballo at -17 by three shots

T6 – Daniel Fox, -10, 70-68-70-70
T10 – Jarryd Felton, -9, 70-72-69-68
T22 – Jake Higginbottom, -7, 68-68-75-70
T22 – Zach Murray, -7, 70-66-71-74
T29 – Andrew Dodt, -6, 71-70-73-68
T29 – Aaron Pike, -6, 68-75-71-68
T48 – Darren Beck, -4, 69-71-71-73
T56 – Andrew Martin, -2, 71-71-73-71
T62 – Josh Younger, -2, 70-73-70-74
T62 – Steven Jeffress, -1, 71-72-71-73
T69 – Daniel Nisbet, +1, 72-68-73-76
78th – Jason Norris, +5, 70-71-71-81



Hangzhou International Championship
Fuchun Resot, Zhejiang Hangzhou
Won by Haimen Chao at -6 by one shot and Weiwei Zhang at -14 by seven shots

T4 – Kevin Yuan, -2, 68-73-69-68
T4 – Cory Crawford, -2, 72-72-66-68
T8 – Maverick Antcliff, -1, 74-69-71-65
T11 – Kade McBride, E, 69-70-73-68
T27 – Bryden Macpherson, +5, 73-71-75-66
40th – Jackson Dick, +24, 75-69-81-79
MC – Michael Pearce, +10, 79-71

MC – Paige Stubbs, +10, 72-80
MC – Tahnia Ravnjak, +13, 78-77



Keya GC, Fukuoka
Won by Kazuki Higa at -26 by five shots

T16 – Brad Kennedy, -14, 69-66-70-69
T24 – Brendan Jones, -10, 68-71-68-71
T35 – Matt Griffin, -8, 69-69-72-70
T42 – David Bransdon, -7, 70-69-70-72
T60 – Anthony Quayle, -4, 69-70-72-73
MC – Won Joon Lee, -1, 74-69
MC – Dylan Perry, +5, 77-72



The Sinclair Invitational
Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & CC, United Kingdom
Won by David Shacklady at -11 by one shot

T13 – Peter Fowler, -3, 69-75-69



Sioux Falls GreatLife Challenge
Willow Run GC, South Dakota
Won by Patty Tavatanakit (-13) in a playoff

T32 – Steph Na, E, 74-67-69-70



KPMG Trophy
Millenium Golf, Belgium
Won by Dale Whitnell (-23) in a playoff

MC – Ben Eccles, -3, 72-67

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