The PGA TOUR and its affiliated Tours boasts a large roster of Australians as members. Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances.

U.S. Open

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, New York

Purse: $12,000,000 ($2,160,000 to winner)

Brooks Koepka with the US Open Trophy during the final round of the 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y. on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Copyright USGA/Ben Solomon)


Player Result Earnings FedExCup


Robert Allenby DNP
Stuart Appleby DNP
Aaron Baddeley T25 (+12) $79,200 120 Earned his fourth top-25 of the season.
Steven Bowditch DNP
David Bransdon CUT (+13) Played in his first PGA TOUR event since the 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic.
Greg Chalmers
Cameron Davis*
Jason Day CUT (+12) 4 After four consecutive top-10s at the U.S. Open, missed the cut for the second consecutive season.
Matt Jones CUT (+10) 163 Seventh missed cut of the season.
Lucas Herbert CUT (+17) Missed the cut in his PGA TOUR season debut.
Marc Leishman T45 (+15) $34,715 20 Moved to No. 14 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Geoff Ogilvy DNP
Rod Pampling DNP
Cameron Percy DNP
Adam Scott CUT (+13) 100 Missed the cut for the second consecutive year after playing on the weekend five straight times (2012-16).
John Scrivener CUT (+9) Missed the cut in his PGA TOUR debut.
John Senden DNP
Cameron Smith CUT (+11) 39 Fifth consecutive missed cut of the season.

*Non-PGA TOUR member      


Next Tournament: Travelers Championship

(Cromwell, Connecticut, June 21-24)




GolfBC Championship

Gallagher’s Canyon G&CC, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Purse: $200,000 ($40,500 to the winner)


Player Result Earnings Notes
Brett Coletta T45 (-6) CAD $728 No. 28 in the Order of Merit.
Lucas Herbert DNP
Ruben Sondjaja T13 (-12) CAD $4,000 No. 24 in the Order of Merit.

 Next Tournament: Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open

(Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, June 21-24)




Kunming Championship

Yulongwan Golf Club, Kunming, China

Purse: ¥1,500,000 /¥270,000


Players Result Earnings Notes
Sam Earl CUT (E) No. 143 in the Order of Merit.
James Gibellini CUT (+3) No. 75 in the Order of Merit.
Corey Hale T51 (-3) ¥4,218 No. 55 in the Order of Merit.
Deyen Lawson T6 (-17) Four rounds in the 60s, including a 64-66 weekend earned him the top-10.
DJ Loypur DNP
David Lutterus DNP
DJ Loypur CUT (+10) No. 109 in the Order of Merit.
Bryden Macpherson T12 (-14) ¥28,500 Just missed a top-10 showing despite four sub-70 rounds.
James Marchesani CUT (-1) No. 54 in the Order of Merit.
Peter Martin T57 (+1) ¥3,990 A third-round 75 held him back from moving up the leaderboard.
Max McCardle T8 (-16) ¥43,500 Had a pair of 65s to lead to the top-10.
Michael Pearce DNP
Martyn Roberts DNP
Andrew Schonewille CUT (+7) No. 104 in the Order of Merit.
Sean Underwood DNP
Christopher Wood T34 (-9) ¥8,400 Shot rounds of 67-68 on the weekend.
Kevin Yuan CUT (E) No. 52 in the Order of Merit.

 Next Tournament: Yantai Championship

(Yantai, China, July 12-15)

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