The Open Championship

The PGA of NZ is right behind the two Kiwis flying the flag at Carnoustie for the 147th Open Championship this week. Mike Hendry plays his second major after getting his first taste of golf’s biggest stage at last year’s Open, and Ryan Fox comes into the event as one of the form players in previous weeks on the European Tour.

Michael tees off at 12.20 and will playing with Lee Westwood and kelly Kraft
Ryan has a later first time of 15.32 and is playing with Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner
 follow all the action at https://www.theopen.com

Symetra Tour

Liv Cheng heads to Rochester, New York for the Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic.

http://www.symetratour.com/tournaments/danielle-downey-credit-union-classic/overview

Web.Com Tour

The Pinnacle Bank Championship is the next stop on the tier 2 US tour. Tim Wilkinson and Steven Alker will be teeing up, both with some solid recent form under the belt.

https://www.pgatour.com/webcom/tournaments/the-pinnacle-bank-championship-presented-by-heartland-chevy-dealers.html

PGA Tour

While the big guns are away at the Open Championship, the Barbasol Championship is a great opportunity for a win or a big move up the Fed Ex Cup list for Danny Lee.

https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/barbasol-championship.html

PGA Tour China Series

Daniel Pearce, Luke Toomey, Matt Perry and Campbell Rawson will all tee it up at the Tiger Beach Golf Links for the Qingdao Championship this week. The inside word from the lads is that there’s been plenty of rain so the rough is long and lush, also Luke Toomey may need to go shopping for a larger trouser size.

http://www.pgatourserieschina.com/en/schedule

Alps Tour

The players of the Alps Tour are off to the Leon Golf Club in Spain, for the

Alps De Las Castillas. Shaun Jones is fresh off his best result of the year and will be looking to make another leap up the order of merit as the tour heads into the back end of the season.

https://alpstourgolf.com/schedule/