European Tour

Another fantastic result for Ryan Fox, this time at the Scottish Open. A third round 63 vaulted Fox up the leaderboard and into the spotlight of Sunday’s final pairing. With a self assessment of ‘I played rubbish’ on Sunday, 68 was still a very respectable score in the circumstances and another top 10 finish to add to growing list. 

Symetra Tour

Consistent scores of 72 71 72 have resulted in a share of 46th place for Liv Cheng at the Donald Ross Classic, a solid weeks work following some time back home in NZ.

Alps Tour

Shaun Jones had recorded his best result of the season with a tie for 6th place at the Fred Olsen Alps De La Gomera. With Dad carrying the bag for the week, Jones got off to a hot start firing 6 under par 65 and was solid over the final 2 days with a pair of 69’s.*1SRC01~

PGA Tour China Series

Melbourne based Matt Perry was the best of the Kiwis at the Yantai Championship, posting a 4 round total of 11 under par to snare a tie for 5th place. Campbell Rawson bounced back well after a disappointing opening day 76, to share 16th.

Luke Toomey narrowly missed out on playing the weekend at 4 over par through 2 days play, while Daniel Pearce couldn’t recover from a blow out 80 on day one, and also had the weekend off.

Pilippines Tour

Nick Coxon was back in action on the Phillipines Tour last week. Coxon posted rounds of 73 73 71 76 to finish in a tie for 35th place at the ICTSI Forest Hills Championship.

PGA Tour

Danny Lee has been disqualified after finshing his second round at the John Deere Classic. With rounds of 70 73, Lee would have had the weekend off anyway.

Staysure Tour

Peter Fowler has finished 3rd at the WinstonGolf Senior Open, 7 shots behind runaway winner Stephen Dodd. Greg Turner was tidy over the 3 rounds, sharing 37th place.

Web.Com Tour

Tim Wilkinson and Steve Alker have slipped down the leaderboard late in the piece at the Utah Championship after being tied for 14th through 3 rounds. Alker’s final day 69 slid 10 spots in the wrong direction and Wilkinsons 72 dropped 30 spots to a tie for 44th.

Asian Tour

It was another good week for the Kiwis at the Indonesian Open. Mark Brown and Michael Long were the pick of the crop finishing in a tie for 16th place at -9, Ben Campbell was close behind in 20th, Gareth Paddison 40th, while Kieren Muir battled over the weekend to end in 70th place.