Harry finished two shots clear of Charlie after the third and final round of the Wells Nebraska Open, finishing 15-under-par around Elks Country Club in Columbus. He fired impressive rounds of 68, 67, and 63.

Harry began the final round a couple of shots back of the leader in third place and caught fire on the last day to secure his first title as a professional. He made five birdies in his opening nine at the first, fourth, and then three on the trot from the seventh to close his opening nine holes in five-under-par.

The younger Hillier continued to take the course apart in his closing nine, making three further birdies at the tenth, 13th, and 16th holes to jump in front of his brother, who had already posted the best score in the clubhouse.

Solid pars at the 17th and 18th holes meant he would lift his first trophy as a professional.

Over the course of the week, Harry made 16 birdies and an eagle, including eight in his blemish-free final round.

Older brother Charlie finished in solo second a couple of shots further back.

Charlie also rocketed up the leaderboard over the course of the final day, jumping up 19 places after carding a nine under 62 in the final round. He carded 71 and 67 in the first two rounds, meaning he finished at 13 under par following today.

Like Harry, he also came out of the gates quickly, making four birdies and no bogeys in his opening nine. His electric golf continued coming home, making birdies at the tenth, 14th, and 16th holes, with an eagle at the par 5 15th, to shoot five under in his closing nine and shoot the round of the day.

He came up just short but is happy it was to his younger brother.

On the PGA Tour Champions, Steve Alker has finished in equal fifth at the Ascension Charity Classic.

Alker shot 66, 68, and 69 to finish ten under, four shots back of Padraig Harrington, who won by a shot.

Alker’s final round scorecard was very bland, making 16 pars and a couple of birdies at 15 and 16 to stay in equal fifth.

He remains in the top spot on the senior tour’s money list.

Finally, three Kiwis all played in the BGC Thailand LPGA Masters at Black Mountain Golf Club.

Juliana Hung, Momoka Kobori, and Hanee Song all finished under par, with Hung being the pick of the New Zealand trio after finishing in a tie for 11th.

Hung carded 72 and 71 in the first two rounds and clicked in the third and final round to sign for 65, meaning she finished eight under, ten shots back of the winner.

Her final round included seven birdies and an eagle, along with a couple of bogeys.

Three shots further back was Kobori, who finished in a tie for 27th following rounds of 67, 74, and 70.

Hanee Song carded 69, 71, and 73 to finish two shots further back of Kobori at three under par.