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Aussies On Tour: June 3

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There was a Lee lifting the silverware at the US Women's Open in South Carolina but unfortunately for us, it wasn't our Minjee.

The West Australian battled hard all week in Charleston and ground out an impressive T12 result, making it five consecutive top 25 finishes in majors.

But #AussieOfTheWeek honours go to Queensland legend Adam Scott for his brilliant display in Ohio, the 2013 Masters champ finishing runner-up at Jack Nicklaus's Memorial Tournament.

Scott came within a whisker of lifting the trophy but fell two shots short of red-hot American Patrick Cantlay after he fired a Sunday 64.

 


 

Memorial Tournament

 
Muirfield Village Golf Club, Ohio
Won by Patrick Cantlay at -19 by two shots

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2 – Adam Scott, -17, 71-66-66-68

5 – Marc Leishman, -12, 67-71-69-69

T22 – Aaron Baddeley, -5, 72-70-68-73

T41 – Matt Jones, -1, 75-67-69-76

MC – Jason Day, +5, 75-74

MC – Cam Smith, +7, 77-74

 

Next tournament: Canadian Open

 


US Women's Open

 
Country Club of Charleston, South Carolina
Won by Jeongeun Lee6 at -6 by two shots

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T12 – Minjee Lee, -1, 71-69-70-73

T34 – Hannah Green, +4, 76-68-77-67

T34 – Katherine Kirk, 73-72-70-73

MC – Su Oh, +5, 75-72

MC – Sarah Kemp, +6, 76-72

MC – Karrie Webb, +8, 77-73

MC – Gabi Ruffels, +10, 75-77

 

Next week: Shoprite LPGA Classic

 


Belgian Knockout

 
Rinkven International, Antwerp
Won by Guido Migliozzi in final over Darius Van Driel

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T29 – Wade Ormsby, -2, 70-70, Rd of 32

T42 – Jake McLeod, -4, 69-69, Rd of 64

T65 – Adam Bland, -1, 69-72

MC – Deyen Lawson, +1, 69-74

MC – Dimi Papadatos, +1, 73-70

MC – Brett Rumford, +1, 71-72

MC – Marcus Fraser, +3, 75-70

RET – Nick Cullen, 70

 
Next week: GolfSixes Cascais

Valley Forge International

 
Raven's Claw Golf Club, Pennsylvania
Won by Min Lee at -15 in a playoff over Esther Lee

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T19 – Steph Na, -5, 68-67-73

T41 – Robyn Choi, -2, 76-66-69

T61 – Soo Jin Lee, +2, 68-73-74

MC – Whitney Hillier, +3, 71-74

MC – Nadine White, +4, 74-72

 

Next week: Four Winds Invitational

Mizuno Open

 
The Royal Golf Club, Japan
Won by Yuta Ikeda at -7 by one shot

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T14 – Dylan Perry, +1, 67-73-73-76

T14 – Won Joon Lee, +1, 70-70-72-77

T22 – Brad Kennedy, +3, 74-70-75-72

T24 – Anthony Quayle, +4, 71-72-75-74

MC – Brendan Jones, +4, 73-75

MC – David Bransdon, +4, 75-73

MC – Zach Murray, +6, 72-78

MC – Andrew Evans, +7, 74-77

MC – Matt Griffin, +12, 75-81

 

Next tournament: Singapore Open

Rex Hospital Open

 
The CC at Wakefield Plantation, North Carolina
Won by Sebastian Cappelen at -21 by three shots

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T4 – Rhein Gibson, -17, 65-71-65-66

T17 – Cameron Percy, -11, 69-69-68-67

T60 – Jamie Arnold, -3, 69-69--71-72

T63 – Brett Drewitt, -2, 65-69-75-73

MC – Brett Coletta, +2, 72-72

 
Next tournament: BMW Charity Pro-Am


Principal Charity Classic

 
Wakonda Club, Iowa
Won by Kevin Sutherland at -17 in a playoff over Scott Parel

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T21 – Stephen Leaney, -7, 70-69-70

T33 – David McKenzie, -5, 69-71-71

 
Next tournament: Mastercard Japan Champoonship

Bupa Match Play

 
Playa Paraiso GC, Mexico
Won by Patrick Flavin 1UP in the final over Rodrigo Lee

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Rd of 8 – Harrison Endycott, Won 4&3, Won 1Up, Won 1Up, Lost 19th Hole

Rd of 64 – Ryan Ruffels, Lost 5&4

 
 

Bayview Place DCBank Open

 
Uplands GC, Victoria
Won by Paul Barjon at -19 by one shot

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MC – Ruben Sondjaja, +7, 73-74

 
Next tournament: GolfBC Championship


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