The PGA TOUR and its affiliated Tours boast a large roster of Australians as members. Here is the recap from this past week’s action and the Australians’ performances.
Harbour Town GL, Hilton Head, South Carolina
Purse: $6,700,000 ($1,206,000 to the winner)
|Aaron Baddeley||T55 (E)||$14,807||§ Won the RBC Heritage in 2006 with a 15-under 269. Beat runner-up Jim Furyk that year by one shot.
§ Made his sixth consecutive cut. Best finish is a T10 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
|Greg Chalmers||Cut (+10)||—||§ In his 15th start of the PGA TOUR season, missed the cut for the 10th time.
§ In 12 appearances at Harbour Town, has recorded two top-25 finishes, with seven made cuts.
|Marc Leishman||Cut (+1)||—||§ With rounds of 71-72, missed the cut by one stroke, his second missed cut in 12 total starts.|
|Geoff Ogilvy||Cut (+7)||—||§ Has missed the cut in seven of his last eight starts.|
|Rod Pampling||T32 (-5)||$35,510||§ A T32 at the RBC Heritage is his best showing this season.|
|John Senden||Cut (+1)||—||§ In his first start of the 2017-18 season, failed to advance to the weekend by one shot with rounds of 69-74.|
|Cameron Smith||T32 (-5)||$35,510||§ In 12 PGA TOUR starts this season, has recorded five top-10s, the most in a season in his career.|
*Non-PGA TOUR member
Mitsubishi Electric Classic
TPC Sugarloaf, Duluth, Georgia
Purse: $1,800,000 ($270,000 to the winner)
|David McKenzie||T23 (-2)||$18,900||§ In his fifth start of the season, recorded his third top-25 finish. Best showing was a T3 at the Rapiscan Systems Classic.
§ Is still in search of his first PGA TOUR Champions win.
87 Abierto OSDE del Centro presentado por FiberCorp
Cordoba GC, Cordoba, Argentina
Purse: $175,000 ($31,500 to the winner)
|Harrison Endycott||T12 (-4)||$3,675
|§ With this top-25 finish, moved up two spots, to No.15 on the Order of Merit.
§ Earned status by finishing T4 in the U.S. Qualifying Tournament in January.
|Danny List||DQ||§ Signed an incorrect scorecard following the first round.|
|Ryan Ruffels||T54 (+4)||$704.38||§ With a T54 finish, dropped eight spots, to No. 49 in the Order of Merit.|