Here is this week’s wrap for the Australian’s on the International Golf tours.
John Senden was the best performing Australian at the US Open Championship with rounds of 72, 73, 68, 72 to finish at 5-over and in a tie for 10th place.
Adam Scott had a good finish shooting an even par 70 in the final round to be tied
Alastair Presnell had a steady tournament finishing nine over tied 29th.
Jason Day and Rod Pampling were the only other Aussies to make the cut finishing 15-over and 19-over respectively.
Geoff Ogilvy, Aaron Baddeley, Brendan Jones and Anthony Summers missed the cut.
On the European Tour at the Saint-Omer Open in France saw sluggish results from the only Aussies in the field, Matthew Zions (tied 50th) and David McKenzie (tied 78th).
Australians to miss the cut were Daniel Gaunt, Andrew Tampion and Scott Strange.
This week the Aussies will compete in the BMW International Open for an impressive prize purse of two million Euros.
No tournament on the Senior’s European Tour last week, but the Senior Aussie team are looking forward to the Van Lanschot Senior Open in the Netherlands this week.
Aussies playing in the tournament include, Peter Fowler, Mike Harwood, David Merriman and Terry Price.
Good luck to all of them.
Meanwhile, Rick Kulacz was the best-performed Australian on the Asian Tour’s Queen’s Cup in Koh Samui, Thailand. Kulacz finished with a one-over 72 to tie for 23rd following an inconsistent tournament.
Fellow Aussie Wade Ormsby finished at six over, with a share of 25th place, while compatriot Gavin Flint was a shot further back in a seven-way tie for 28th.
Closer to home saw Terry Pilkadaris take out the 2012 Jeep Tour New South Wales Event finishing at 18 under par.
Pilkadaris shot one under in his final round to finish six shots in front of Daniel Fox and Matthew Millar who tied second at 12 under par.
The next tournament will be held at Queensland’s Royal Pines Resort on the 30th August – 2nd September.
Good luck to all the Australians in their tournaments this week.