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Aussies On Tour: June 17

AOT june 17

We're in the middle of major championship season but unfortunately we'll have to wait another week until we potentially see an Aussie win one of the game's big events.

Through 66 holes Adam Scott was poised to make an almighty run at the 2019 US Open before disaster struck, but the Queenslander was brilliant in notching another major top 10 result.

Each of our men's 'Big Four' qualified for the weekend in California, but Scott, Jason Day, Cam Smith and Marc Leishman will all need to wait another month for a crack at a major.

Still in the US, this week's #AussieOfTheWeek was head and shoulders above the rest, with Su Oh returning to form in style with a T2 result at the Meijer LPGA Classic.

Oh shot 64-66 on the weekend to rocket up the standings, eventually falling short to Canada's Brooke Henderson by just one shot.

The Victorian's timing is impeccable with the world's best women teeing it up in the year's third major this week at the 2019 KPMG PGA Championship at Hazeltine.

 


US Open

 
Pebble Beach Golf Links, California
Won by Gary Woodland at -13 by three shots

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T7 – Adam Scott, -6, 70-69-71-68

T21 – Jason Day, -2, 70-73-70-69

T35 – Marc Leishman, +1, 69-74-70-72

T72 – Cam Smith, +8, 71-72-77-72

MC – Matt Jones, +3, 74-71

MC – Aaron Baddeley, +5, 72-75

MC – Marcus Fraser, +10, 73-79

MC – Brett Drewitt, +11, 77-76

 
Next tournament: Travelers Championship

 


Meijer LPGA Classic

 
Blythefield Country Club, Michigan
Won by Brooke Henderson at -21 by one shot

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T2 – Su Oh, -20, 69-69-64-66

T16 – Minjee Lee, -12, 71-69-66-70

T30 – Katherine Kirk, -10, 72-68-70-68

MC – Sarah Kemp, E, 71-73

MC – Hannah Green, +2, 70-76

MC – Robyn Choi, +7, 78-73

 

Next week: KPMG Women's PGA Championship

 


Lincoln Land Championship

 
Panther Creek Country Club, Illinois
Won by Xinjung Zhang (-15) in a playoff over Dylan Wu

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T42 – Rhein Gibson, -6, 72-69-69-68

MC – Jamie Arnold, +5, 78-69

MC – Brett Coletta, +8, 77-73

 

Next week: Wichitia Open

Miyazatomi Suntory Ladies Open

 
Rokko International Golf Club, Japan
Won by Suzuki Ai t -12 by one shot

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T45 – Karis Davidson, +4, 71-70-77-74

MC – Gabi Ruffels (a), +2, 73-73

 

Next week: Nichirei Ladies

The Forsyth Classic

 
Hickory Point Golf Course, Illinois
Won by Jillian Hollis at -13 by two shots

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T38 – Steph Na, -3, 72-73-68

MC – Whitney Hillier, +9, 76-77

 

Next week: Island Resort Championship

Suzhou Open

 
Suzhou Jinji Lake International Golf Club, China
Won by Cyril Bouniol

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T22 – Tim Stewart, 77-66-67-69

T42 – Christopher Wood, 71-70-69-75

T50 – Aaron Wilkin, 68-72-71-75

MC – James Marchesani, 73-72

MC – Hayden Webb, 76-70

MC – Sam An, 75-74

WD – Troy Moses, 79

WD – James Grierson, 81

 

Next week: Huangshan Championship

Hauts de France - Pas de Calais Golf Open

 
Aa Saint-Omer GC, France
Won by Robin Roussel at -13 by two shots

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MC – Jordan Zunic, +11, 74-79

 

Next week: Andalucia Costa Del Sol Match Play


Golf BC Championship

 
Gallagher's Canyon G&CC, BC
Won by Jake Knapp at -20 by one shot

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MC – Ruben Sondjaja, +1, 75-68

 
Next week: Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open

Skafto Open

 
Skafto Golf Club, Sweden
Won by Esther Henselit nat -11 by one shot

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MC – Kristalle Blum, +6, 73-71

 
Next tournament: Montauban Ladies Open

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