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Aussies On Tour: June 24

Hannah Green AOT

History was made on Monday morning and there wasn't a dry eye in the house, as Perth's Hannah Green became the third Australian woman to win a major championship – and didn't she do it in style.

A par up the last and a final round 72 was enough to see 22-year-old Green win the 2019 KPMG Women's PGA Championship by one stroke, sparking unreal celebrations on the 18th green.

Green rockets to 17th in the world and pockets not just roughly $US600,000 in prizemoney – she also wins our prestigious #AussieOfTheWeek crown.

Elsewhere, Jason Day was clinical in notching another top 10 on the PGA Tour, while Rhein Gibson continued his good run of form on the US's secondary circuit with another top 15.

 


KPMG Women's PGA Championship

 
Hazeltine Golf Club, Minnesota
Won by Hannah Green at -9 by one shot

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1 – Hannah Green, -9, 68-69-70-72

T30 – Minjee Lee, +2, 74-74-71-71

T53 – Su Oh, +6, 74-75-73-72

MC – Karrie Webb, +6, 79-71

MC – Katherine Kirk, +10, 78-76

MC – Sarah Kemp, +12, 79-77

MC – Wendy Doolan, +23, 86-81

 

Next week: Arkansas Championship

 


Travelers Championship

 
TPC River Highlands, Connecticut
Won by Chez Reavie at -17 by four shots

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T8 – Jason Day, -10, 70-63-68-69

T21 – Marc Leishman, -6, 66-70-70-68

T43 – Cam Davis, -3, 70-68-69-70

MDF – Matt Jones, E, 69-69-72

MC – Curtis Luck, -1, 70-69

MC – Rod Pampling, E, 72-68

MC – Aaron Baddeley, +2, 70-72

MC – Cam Smith, +3, 71-72

 

Next week: Rocket Mortgage Classic

 


BMW International Open

 
Golfclub Munchen Eichenreid, Mun
Won by Andrea Pavan (-15) in a playoff over Matt Fitzpatrick

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T26 – Jason Scrivener, -7, 73-68-72-68

43 – Adam Bland, -4, 70-70-73-71

T49 – Lucas Herbert, -2, 72-70-71-73

MC – Dimi Papadatos, E, 69-75

MC – Deyen Lawson, +3, 75-72

MC – Brett Rumford, +4, 74-74

MC – Sam Brazel, +4, 76-72

 

Next week: Andalucia Masters

 


Kolon Korea Open

 
Woo Jeong Hills Country Club, Korea
Won by Jazz Janewattananond at -6 by one shot

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T24 – Zach Murray, +5, 70-73-74-72

T50 – Terry Pilkadaris, +10, 73-73-74-74

MC – Jake Higginbottom, +5, 75-72

MC – Travis Smyth, +6, 74-74

MC – Junseok Lee, +7, 73-76

MC – Scott Hend, +8, 74-76

MC – Jason norris, +11, 74-79

MC – Cam John, +16, 77-81

 

Next tournament:: The Open

Wichita Open

 
Crestview CC, Kansas
Playoff between Henrik Norlander and Bryan Bigley suspended due to darkness

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T14 – Rhein Gibson, -11, 67-69-66-67

T51 – Jamie Arnold, -5, 67-67-70-71

MC – Brett Drewitt, E, 70-70

MC – Brett Coletta, +1, 70-71

 

Next week: Utah Championship

Nichirei Ladies

 
Sodegaura Can Tree Club, Japan
Won by Suzuki Ai at -9 in a playoff

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MC – Karis Davidson, +2, 73-73

 

Next week: Earth Mondamine Cup

 


Ladies European Thailand Championship

 
Phoenix Golf Golf and Country Club, Thailand
Won by Attaya Thitikul (a) at -22 by five shots

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T26 – Whitney Hillier, E, 73-68-72-75

T61 – Tahnia Ravnjak, +8, 70-75-77-74

69 – Paige Stubbs, +13, 76-71-78-76

 

Next tournament: Evian Championship

 


Island Resort Championship

 
Sweetgrass Golf Club, Michigan
Won by Daniela Iacobelli at -11 in a playoff

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T44 – Steph Na, -1, 67-75-73

 

Next week: Prasco Charity Championship

Huangshan Open

 
Hidden Tiger Golf Club, China
Won by Zhengkai Bai at -12 by two shots

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T19 – James Marchesani, -2, 73-71-70

T63 – Bryden Macpherson, +7, 74-72-77

MC – Hayden Webb, +6, 77-73

MC – Tim Stewart, +8, 74-78

MC – Aaron Wilkin, +8, 79-73

MC – Christopher Wood, +10, 77-77

MC – Kevin Yuan, +10, 80-74

MC – James Grierson, +13, 79-78

 


American Family Insurance Championship

 
University Ridge GC, Wisconsin
Won by Jerry Kelly (-15) in a playoff over Retief Goosen and Steve Stricker

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T8 – Stephen Leaney, -11, 69-68-68

T35 – David McKenzie, 68-72-72

 

Next week: US Senior Open

 

Andalucia Costa Del Sol Match Play

 
Valle Romano Golf, Malaga
Won by Eirek Tage Johansen

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T10 – Jordan Zunic, 67-72, Lost 1DN in Rd of 16

T35 – Ben Eccles, 72-67, Lost 2&1 in Rd of 64

 

Next week: Italian Challenge Open


Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open

 
Paradise Canyon Golf Resort, Lethbridge
Won by Alex Chiarella at -20 by one shot

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MC – Ruben Sondjaja, -3, 68-71

 
Next tournament: Windsor Championship


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