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Aussies On Tour: Nov 18

AOT Nov 18

Despite it being a quieter week on the global schedule, our touring pros still racked up terrific finishes against the world's best.

Journeyman Terry Pilkadaris started beautifully on his way to a strong week in India on the Asian Tour, while three Aussies cracked the top 20 in Japan as that tour reaches its climax.

Ryan Ruffels leapt to seventh on the money list on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica with a top five of his own there, the Victorian in the middle of a hot run of form to close out 2019.

But we go to South Africa for our #AussieOfTheWeek and not for the first time this year, West Australian Jason Scrivener takes home the honours.

Scrivener finished in outright third at the European Tour's Nedbank Challenge, one of the lucrative Rolex Series events on the schedule, to punch his ticket to the season-ending Tour Championship next week.

So for matching his best ever finish on the European Tour, we salute Jason Scrivener as our latest #AussieOfTheWeek!

 


Nedbank Golf Challenge

 

Gary Player CC, Sun City, South Africa
Won by Tommy Fleetwood (-12) in a playoff over Marcus Kinhult

NEW European Tour logo

3 – Jason Scrivener, -8, 69-70-71-70

T48 – Scott Hend, +6, 77-73-70-74



Mitsui Sumimoto VISA Taiheiyo Masters

 

Taiheiyo Club, Japan
Won by Takumi Kanaya (am) at -13 by one shot
Japan Tour men's logo

T13 – Matt Griffin, -2, 72-67-71-68

T13 – Brad Kennedy, -2, 71-69-68-70

T18 – Anthony Quayle, -1, 69-73-70-67

T24 – David Bransdon, E, 68-75-66-71

T28 – Brendan Jones, +1, 65-73-68-75

T32 – Dylan Perry, +2, 74-69-74-65

T41 – Adam Bland, +4, 75-69-67-73

MC – Won Joon Lee, +8, 77-71

 


Panasonic Open India

 

Classic G & CC, India
Won by Joohyung Kim at -13 by one shot

Asian Tour logo

4 – Terry Pilkadaris, -11, 66-68-71

T14 – Travis Smyth, -6, 69-69-72

T23 – Adam Blyth, -5,  71-63-77

T44 – Jason Norris, -2, 75-67-72

T44 – Daniel Fox, -2, 70-73-71

T61 – Jake Higginbottom, +1, 68-75-74



Argentina Open

 

Jockey Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Won by Ricardo Celua at -11 in a playoff

PGA Tour LAtinoamerica logo

T4 – Ryan Ruffels, -7, 68-69-70-66

 


Mayakoba Classic

* Round 4 suspended due to darkness

El Camaleon GC, Mexico

PGA Tour logo

T26 – Aaron Baddeley, -8, 70-67-72-67

T33 – Matt Jones, -7, 71-69-70-67

MC – Rhein Gibson, +1, 71-72

MC – Jason Day, +5, 70-77

 


ITO EN Ladies Golf Tournament

 
Great Island Club, Japan
Won by Ai Suzuki at -14 by one shot

Japan Women's Tour logo

MC – Karis Davidson, E, 76-68



European Tour Q School – Final stage

*Still in progress – three more rounds to play

Lumine Golf Club, Spain
Top 25 earn a 2020 European Tour card

NEW European Tour logo

T5 – Jake McLeod, -8, 70-69-68

T26 – Dimi Papadatos, -5, 68-69-73

T46 – Jordan Zunic, -3, 70-73-68

T46 – Deyen Lawson, -3, 71-72-68

T62 – Blake Windred, -2, 71-67-75

T62 – Dave Micheluzzi, -2, 74-75-63

T62 – Zach Murray, -2, 70-73-69

T82 – Jarryd Felton, -1, 70-77-66

T121 – Nick Flanagan, +2, 74-69-73

T121 – Brett Rumford, +2, 70-72-75

T121 – Ben Ferguson, +2, 72-70-75

T141 –  Simon Hawkes, +5, 70-76-73




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