Here is the recap from this past week’s PGA Tour action, and the Australian golfers’ performances on the world golf stage

PGA Tour

CIMB Classic

TPC Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Purse: $7,000,000 ($1,260,000 to winner)


Player Result Earnings FedExCup


Stuart Appleby DNP    
Aaron Baddeley DNP
Greg Chalmers DNP  
Cameron Davis DNP
Jason Day DNP
Matt Jones DNP
Marc Leishman 1 (-26) $1,260,000 2 Carded a final-round, 7-under 65 for a five-shot victory. His total of 26-under 262 tied Justin Thomas (2015) for the lowest 72-hole total since the tournament moved to TPC Kuala Lumpur. Earned his fourth PGA TOUR victory and moved to second in the FedExCup standings.
Curtis Luck DNP
Geoff Ogilvy DNP
Rod Pampling DNP
Adam Scott DNP
John Senden DNP
Cameron Smith T22 (-16) $71,120 45 In his 2018-19 PGA TOUR season debut, carded all four rounds under par (69-69-66-68) and recorded his 27th career top-25 finish.

*Non-PGA TOUR member      



PGA Tour Champions                           

SAS Championship

Prestonwood CC, Cary, North Carolina

Purse: $2,000,000 ($305,000 to the winner)

Players Result Earnings Notes
Steve Elkington DNP
Peter Lonard T56 (+5) $3,750 Recorded his worst performance of the season, starting the event with over-par rounds (73-76) before closing with an even-par 72.
David McKenzie T18 (-6) $29,610 Marked his sixth top-25 finish in his 21st 2018 start.



PGA Tour China

Clearwater Bay Open

Clearwater Bay Golf Club, Hong Kong

Purse: ¥1,500,000 (¥270,000 to the winner)

Players Result Earnings Notes
Sam Earl T62 (+11) ¥3,870 Made four of 14 cuts this season and concluded the 2018 season No. 122 in the Order of Merit.
James Gibellini T43 (+3) ¥5,250 Finished the 2018 season No. 98 in the Order of Merit. Recorded one top-25 finish in Changsha and made five of seven cuts this season.
Grant Gibson CUT (+10)
Nathan Goulding CUT (+7)
Corey Hale T50 (+5) ¥4,275 Finished the season No. 52 in the Order of Merit, recording four top-25 finishes and one top-10. Made 10 of 13 cuts, with his best finish coming in Qinhuangdao (T10).
Deyen Lawson T4 (-7) ¥62,000 In his first PGA TOUR Series-China season, made six of seven cuts and recorded four top-10 finishes. Concluded the year No. 31 in the Order of Merit, thanks to a T4 finish at the season-ending Clearwater Bay Open.
DJ Loypur T32 (+1) ¥8,400 Finished the season No. 104 in the Order of Merit, with six of 14 cuts made. His best result of the year came at the season-ending Clearwater Bay Open (T32).
David Lutterus DNP  
Bryden Macpherson DNP
James Marchesani T39 (+2) ¥6,450 Notched two top-10s in 10 overall starts. Finished No. 36 in the Order of Merit.
Peter Martin CUT (+6)  
Max McCardle T32 (+1)  ¥8,400 Finished No. 16 in the Order of Merit on the strength of four top-10 finishes and 13 of 14 cuts made.
Jack Munro T66 (+13) ¥3,765 Made the cut in all three starts this season, with his only top-25 finish coming in Macau (T24).
Michael Pearce DNP  
Martyn Roberts DNP  
Andrew Schonewille T25 (E) ¥11,406 Concluded his 2018 season with his second top-25 finish of the year. Made three of 14 cuts this season.
Sean Underwood CUT (+20)
Christopher Wood DNP  
Kevin Yuan DNP



PGA Tour LatinoAmerica

Volvo Abierto de Chile 2018

Club de Golf Mapocho, Santiago Chile

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

Player Result Earnings Notes
Harrison Endycott T10 (-8) $4,200 Recorded his fourth consecutive top-10 finish and jumped 26 spots to No. 14 since the Quito Open.
Ryan Gaske DNP
Troy Kennedy DNP
Mitch Krywulycz DNP
Danny List DNP
Ryan McCarthy DNP
Ryan Ruffels CUT (+3) Missed the cut for the third consecutive time this season in his eighth start.
Joel Troy DNP
Brady Watt DNP


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