China Golf Association Tour

Hayden Beard, Fraser Wilkin and Kieran Muir are back in China for the final stretch of events for the 2019 season. The Huangshan Open is first up with all 3 of our lads needing some good results to get into the big money co sanctioned events to end the year.

http://www.cgatour.com.cn/en/golf/gamestation_detail.do?id=96

Challenge Tour

Josh Geary tees it up at the Rolex Challenge in Geneva, the longest running event on the Challenge Tour.

http://www.europeantour.com/challengetour/season=2019/tournamentid=2019760/index.html

Japan Tour

Next up for Michael Hendry is the Segasammy Cup, played at The North Country Golf Club in Hokkaido. The Japan schedule ramps up now, with an event every week until December.

https://www.jgto.org/pc/TourTopPageEng.do?year=2019&tournaKbnCd=0&conferenceCd=56

Korn Ferry Tour

Steven Alker has another chance to put himself in line for a promotion to the PGA Tour this week. The Boise Open is the penultimate event of the year and Alker needs a good week to get himself into the all important top 25.

https://www.pgatour.com/korn-ferry-tour/tournaments/albertsons-boise-open-presented-by-kraft-nabisco.html

PGA Tour Australasia

The Aussie Tour season gets under way again, following a 3 month break, with the Northern Territory PGA Championship in Darwin. The Palmerston Golf Club hosts event for the 4th time, where a relatively small Kiwi contingent will be aiming for a fast start to the back end of the season. Michael Long, Ryan Chisnall, James Anstiss, Mark Hutson, Campbell Rawson and Fraser McLachlan will be flying the flag.

https://www.pga.org.au/tourns/pga-tour/event?id=1085&season=2019&tour=pga

LPGA Tour

Lydia Ko is back on familiar turf for the CP Women’s Open. Ko has had plenty of susccess in Canada and would no doubt love to round the decade off with her 4th win in this event, played in 2019 at the Magna Golf Club in Ontario.

https://www.lpga.com/tournaments/cp-womens-open/overview