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Aussies On Tour: Sep 9

AOT Sep 9 Steph Na

Aussie young guns Lucas Herbert and Min Woo Lee put in solid performances on the European Tour in Germany at the weekend. Herbert's T22 result has helped sneak him inside the all-important top 110 to 107th on the Race To Dubai rankings as the season winds down.

Meanhwile, Ryan Ruffels' brilliant season continued in Canada and a host of Aussies put in strong showings in China, with Maverick Antcliff notching his eighth top 10 result in nine starts on the CGA Tour.

But our #AussieOfTheWeek came from the United States, with South Australia's Steph Na battling her way on to the Symetra Tour podium in Kansas.

The 30-year-old fired a bogey-free 68 in the final round of the Garden City Charity Classic to surge to a share of third, Na's best finish since May.

The result takes Na within striking distance of an LPGA Tour card for 2020 with three events left in the season.


Garden City Charity Classic

Buffalo Dunes Golf Club, Kansas
Won by Alejandra Llaneza (-10) in a playoff over Mind Muangkhumsakul

Symetra Tour logo

T3 – Steph Na, -9, 70-69-68


Next tournament: Guardian Championship

Porsche European Open

Green Eagle Golf Courses, Hamburg
Won by Paul Casey at -14 by one shot

European Tour logo

T22 – Lucas Herbert, -2, 69-75-73-69

T36 – Scott Hend, +1, 73-71-73-72

T36 – Min Woo Lee, +1, 73-72-69-75

T60 – Dimi Papadatos, +5, 74-72-74-73

63 – Jake McLeod, +6, 72-74-75-73

T64 – Harrison Endycott, +7, 72-71-78-74

T66 – Adam Bland, +9, 71-76-74-76

MC – Deyen Lawson, +4, 73-75

MC – Brett Rumford, +8, 77-75

MC – Sam Brazel, +9, 75-78


Next week: KLM Open

Mackenzie Investments Open

Elm Ridge CC, Montreal
Won by Taylor Pendrith at -28 by eight shots

PGA Tour Canada logo

T13 – Ryan Ruffels, -15, 67-67-71-68


Next tournament: Canada Life Championship

Hunan Taohuayuan Open

Taohuayuan International GC, Changde Hunan
Won by Huilin Zhang at -16 by four shots

CGA Tour

3 – Kevin Yuan, -9, 68-70-70-68

T4 – Maverick Antcliff, -8, 66-75-69-70

T4 – Kade McBride, -8, 67-70-72-71

T20 – Bryden Macpherson, -2, 70-68-71-77

T33 – Jackson Dick, +5, 75-80-72-66

T41 – Cory Crawford, +7, 72-81-73-69

T45 – Connor Edmonds, 79-74-70-73

77 – Michael Pearce, +26, 82-73-75-84

MC – Jarrod Stirling, 78-80


Next week: Hainan Open

Fujisankei Classic

Fujizakura Country Club, Yamanashi
Won by Sang Hyun Park at -15 by two shots

Japan Tour men's logo

T24 – Dylan Perry, -2, 71-68-74-69

T40 – Brendan Jones, +2, 69-72-72-73

T50 – Won Joon Lee, +4, 72-72-73-71

T50 – Matt Griffin, +4, 71-71-76-68

MC – Davis Bransdon, +3, 72-73

MC – Anthony Quayle, +6, 72-76


Next week: ANA Open

Yeangder Tournament Players Championship

Linkou International G&CC, Taiwan
Won by Yikuen Chang at -21 by three shots

Asian Tour logo

T32 – Daniel Fox, -6, 73-69-70-70

T32 – Jake Higginbottom, -6, 71-69-72-70


Next week: Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship


Golf 5 Ladies Pro Tournament


Golf5 Country Sunny Field, Ibaraki
Won by Min Young Lee at -16 by one shot

Japan Women's Tour logo

WD – Karis Davidson, +3, 75


Next week: Konica Minolta Cup


Open de Bretagne

Golf Bluegreen de Pleneuf Val Andre, France
Won by Sebastian Heisele at -13 by two shots

Challenge Tour logo

T55 – Ben Eccles, +4, 71-70-71-72


Next week: Open de Portugal

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