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Aussies On Tour: April 29

29 april AOT

For the second week running two Australians claimed silverware around the world, with Minjee Lee storming to victory on the LPGA Tour and young gun Maverick Antcliff going back-to-back in China.

After winning at -16 by six shots last week, the young Queenslander reached that mark again on his way to a four-shot triumph for his second professional win in as many weeks.

In California, Lee stretched her lead to as many as five in the final round and with a three-shot lead coming up the last, the West Australian finished in style.

Lee made birdie on the par-3 18th for a four-stroke win, her fifth LPGA Tour title and our #AussieOfTheWeek crown!

The 22-year-old is now likely to move to No. 2 in the world rankings when rankings are updated tomorrow.

 


Hugel-Air Premia LA Open

 
Wilshire Country Club, California
Won by Minjee Lee at -14 by four shots.

LPGA Tour logo

1 – Minjee Lee, -14, 66-69-67-68

T14 – Hannah Green, -4, 65-73-71-71

T37 – Katherine Kirk, 71-71-72-70

T42 – Sarah Jane Smith, +1, 68-74-71-72

MC – Su Oh, +4, 73-73

 
Next week: LPGA Mediheal Championship

Shenzhou Peninsula Open

 
The Dunes GC, Hainan
Won by Maverick Antcliff at -16 by four shots

CGA Tour

1 – Maverick Antcliff, -16, 71-69-66-66

5 – Bryden Macpherson, -12, 74-71-64-70

T6 – Jackson Dick, -8, 65-69-71-75

T9 – Kevin Yuan, -6, 71-68-69-74

T9 – Kade McBride, -6, 70-71-71-70

T17 – Cory Crawford, -4, 75-69-68-72

T47 – Jarrod Stirling, +4, 74-74-72-72

MC – Michael Pearce, +8, 76-76

 


Zurich Classic

 
TPC Louisiana, Louisiana
Won by Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer at -26 by three shots

PGA Tour logo

T5 – Curtis Luck & Hank Lebioda, -20, 67-66-64-71

T22 – Matt Jones & JJ Spaun, -16, 67-69-64-72

MC – Rod Pampling & John Senden, -7, 67-70

MC – Adam Scott & Jason Day, -7, 65-72

MC – Cameron Smith & Jonas Blixt, -6, 66-72

MC – Cam Davis & Jones, -6, 62-76

 
Next week: Wells Fargo Championship

Dormie Network Classic

 
Briggs Ranch GC, Texas
Won by Xinjun Zhang at -26 by five shots

Web.com Tour logo

T19 – Brett Drewitt, -13, 68-66-67-74

MC – Jamie Arnold, -4, 71-69

MC – Rhein Gibson, E, 73-71

WD – Brett Coletta, 72

 
Next week: Nashville Golf Open

Trophee Hassan II

 
Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Morocco
Won by Jorge Campillo at -9 by two shots

European Tour logo

T14 – Wade Ormsby, -1, 74-7-70-77

T21 – Dimi Papadatos, E, 70-72-78-72

T30 – Jake McLeod, +2, 72-78-67-77

MC – Deyen Lawson, +6, 75-77

MC – Nick Cullen, +6, 74-78

MC – Jason Scrivener, +9, 74-81

MC – Ewan Porter, +13, 73-86

RET – Andrew Dodt, +9, 73

 
Next week: Volvo China Open


Lalla Meryem Cup

 
Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Morocco
Won by Nuria Iturrios at -13 by seven shots

LET logo

T8 – Sarah Kemp, -3, 73-76-71-69

61 – Rebecca Artis, +12, 77-76-74-77

 
Next week: Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic

Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific

 
The Royal GC, Japan
Won by Yuka Yasuda at -11 by eight shots

WAAP

T7 – Becky Kay, +3, 64-79-73-75

T12 – Grace Kim, +6, 70-81-66-77

T22 – Steph Kyriacou, +9, 73-78-77-69

T22 – Doey Choi, +9, 72-81-75-69

T32 – Julienne Soo, +12, 72-83-75-70

T40 – Maddison Hinson-Tolchard, +17, 72-85-79-70

 
 

Fuji Sankei Ladies Classic

 
Kawana Hotel Golf Course, Japan
Won by Jiyai Shin at -8 by two shots

Japan Women's Tour logo

T18 – Karis Davidson, -2, 73-69-69

 

Next week: Panasonic Open

Turkish Airlines Challenge

 
Samsun GC, Turkey
Won by Connor Syme in a playoff over Francesco Laporta

Challenge Tour logo

MC – Ben Eccles, -2, 72-70

 

Next week: Challenge de Espana

88 Abierto OSDE del Centro

 
Cordoba GC, Argentina
Won by Tom Whitney at -14 by one shot

PGA Tour LAtinoamerica logo

MC – Harrison Endycott, +4, 74-72

 

Next week: Puerto Plata Open

Bass Pro Shops Legends Of Golf

 
Big Cedar Lodge, Missouri
Won by Scott Hoch and Tome Pernice Jr at -23 by five shots

Champions Tour logo

No Australians in the field.

 

Next week: Insperity Invitational



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