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

PGA TOUR

Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Connecticut

Purse: $7,200,000 ($1,296,000 to the winner)

             Player Result Earnings FedExCup

Standing

Notes
Stuart Appleby DNP 231  
Aaron Baddeley CUT (+2) 83
Greg Chalmers DNP
Cameron Davis T43 (-3) $21,924 162 Made the cut for the second time in his last eight starts. Missed five consecutive cuts from late-March to early May, prior to finishing T35 at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Jason Day T8 (-10) $194,400 32 Recorded his best performance at TPC River Highlands in his fifth appearance at this event. Notched his third top-25 at the Travelers, following a T18 (2014) and a T12 (2018).
Matt Jones T71 (E) $13,824 102
Marc Leishman T21 (-6) $65,760 13 Made his ninth start at this event and recorded his fifth top-25. Picked up his first TOUR win in Cromwell with a victory in 2012. Has missed only one cut at TPC River Highlands (2018).
Curtis Luck CUT (-1) 155 Failed to advance to the weekend in three of his last four starts on TOUR, following missed cuts at the Wells Fargo Championship and the RBC Canadian Open. Missed the cut by a stroke in his Travelers Championship debut.
Geoff Ogilvy DNP
Rod Pampling CUT (E) 221 Missed the cut for the sixth time in his 12th appearance. His best finish at this event is a T11 in 2003.
Adam Scott DNP 16
John Senden DNP 224
Cameron Smith CUT (+3) 84

 

PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS                                                            

American Family Insurance Championship

University Ridge Golf Club, Madison, Wisconsin

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

             Player Result Earnings Charles Schwab Cup Standing Notes
Stephen Leaney T8 (-11) $55,000 56 Recorded his best finish of the season, carding three under-par rounds for the first time in his PGA TOUR Champions career. Notched his highest paycheck of the season ($55,000) and jumping eight spots, to No. 56, on the Charles Schwab Cup standings.
David McKenzie T35 (-4) $11,085 52 Made his second consecutive start at this event, following a T28 in 2018.

 

KORN FERRY TOUR 

Wichita Open Supporting Wichita’s Youth

Crestview Country Club, Wichita, Kansas

Purse: $625,000 ($112,500 to the winner)

 

             Player Result Earnings Regular Season

Standing

Notes
Jamie Arnold T51 (-5) $1,743 58 Snapped a two consecutive missed cut streak after failing to make the cut at the BMW Charity Pro-Am and the Lincoln Land Championship.
Brett Coletta CUT (+1) 57 Missed his fifth consecutive cut on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Brett Drewitt CUT (E) 90
Rhein Gibson T14 (-11) $9,687 6 Notched his fifth top-15 finish of the season and improved one spot to No. 6 on the Regular Season standings. With his PGA TOUR card already locked up, Gibson is fighting for the coveted No. 1 position on The 25, which awards a fully exempt position for the upcoming TOUR season, including a spot into the 2020 PLAYERS Championship.
Cameron Percy DNP 33
Travis Smyth DNP 212

 

MACKENZIE TOUR                                    

Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open

Paradise Canyon Golf Resort, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Purse: CAN $200,000 ($36,000 to the winner) 

             Player Result Earnings Order of Merit

Standing

Notes
Ruben Sondjaja CUT (-3) 129 After opening the season with a T51 at the Canada Life Open, has yet to advance to the weekend, missing three consecutive cuts.

 

 PGA TOUR CHINA  

Huangshan Championship

Hidden Tiger Golf Club, Huangshan, Anhui, China

Purse: ¥1,600,000 / ¥288,000

Note: The tournament was reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather

 

             Player Result Earnings Order of Merit

Standing

Notes
Charlie Dann DNS 48 Withdrew before the tournament due to a back injury.
James Grierson CUT (+13) 140  
James Marchesani T19 (-2) ¥21,600 36 Following a missed cut at the Suzhou Open, notched his second top-25 of the season. Finished solo-fifth earlier this season (Haikou Championship).
Bryden Macpherson T63 (+7) ¥4,680 58  
Tim Stewart CUT (+8) 61
Hayden Webb CUT (+6)
Aaron Wilkin CUT (+8) 103
Christopher Wood CUT (+10) 29 Missed the cut for the second time in his eighth start of the season. Carded his highest 36-hole total of the year.
Kevin Yuan CUT (+10) 44

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