PGA Tour Australasia

The inaugural Gippsland Super 6 was hit by some severe weather for most of the week and had to be shortened to a 54 hole strokeplay event. Ryan Chisnall lead the way for the Kiwi contingent, signing for 8 under par for the week and a 3rd place finish. Campbell Rawson backed up his maiden tour win with another very nice performance, grabbing a share of 6th place. Others to make the cut were Mark Brown T35th , Chang Gi Lee T43rd and Mark Hutson T47th.

Just one shot off at the half way mark were James Anstiss, Kieran Muir and Fraser MacLachlan. Lachie McDonald, Sam An and Gareth Paddison also had the weekend off.

https://www.jgto.org/pc/TourLeaderboardEng.do?year=2019&tournaKbnCd=0&conferenceCd=82&round=6

European Tour

Ryan Fox kept his season alive with a 21st place finish at the Turkish Airlines Open. Fox posted 73 65 69 68 at the Montgomerie Maxx Royal course in Antalya.

https://www.europeantour.com/european-tour/turkish-airlines-open-2019/results?round=4

Challenge Tour

Josh Geary ended his season finishing 27th in the Challenge Tour Grand Final, also ending the year in 27th place on the order of merit. Though he missed out on the promotion to the European Tour, Geary has kept his card for next year’s Challenge Tour.

https://www.europeantour.com/challenge-tour/challenge-tour-grand-final-2019/results?round=4

LPGA Tour

Lydia Ko recored another middle of the pack result at the Toto Japan Classic.

68 74 72 picked up a share of 32nd place.

https://www.lpga.com/tournaments/toto-japan-classic/results