The Australian contingent carded an impressive week of golf this weekend.
Australian Marc Leishman fired a final round eight under par 62 at the US PGA Travelers Championship in Connecticut to clinch his first Tour victory.
Leishman finished with a 14 under par, one shot clear of American Bubba Watson and Charley Hoffman, who threw away a once three-shot lead with a double bogey-bogey finish.
But it was Leishman who stole the limelight and said his victory is unbelievable.
“It definitely hasn’t sunk in yet. It’s been a while since I won a tournament, probably four years I guess, so to have this (trophy) sitting next to me knowing it’s mine for a year, is pretty cool,” Leishman said.
The other Australians in the field saw Stuart Appleby tied 18th, Nathan Green tied 24th, Greg Chalmers and Aaron Baddeley both tied 37th and Gavin Coles tied 60th.
Leishman's win caps a great weekend for Australian golf as Brad Kennedy won the Mizuno Open in Kasaoka, which earned him a place at the British Open.
The 38-year-old held on to his overnight lead to claim his maiden Japan Golf Tour victory.
Kennedy finished the tournament on 17-under the card.
Nick Cullen finished 10-under tied for 15th, Brendan Jones tied 22nd, Kurt Barnes tied 62nd and Steven Conran tied 65th were the other Aussies in the field.
Meanwhile, on the European Tour Australian Marcus Fraser lost to Englishman Danny Willett in a thrilling playoff at the BMW International Open in Cologne, Germany.
Both players went close to winning during the playoff before Fraser missed a straightforward three-foot par putt on the fourth playoff hole.
Fraser finished the weekend 11-under par.
Hoping to see Fraser continue his good form at the Irish Open this week.
Staying in Europe and on the European Seniors Tour at the Van Lanschot Senior Open in the Netherlands, Mike Harwood finished best out of the Aussies tied seventh, followed by Peter Fowler (tied 12th) and Terry Price (tied 34th).
The Nationwide Tour saw Aussie Scott Gardiner finished tied 4th at the Preferred Health System Wichita Open in Kansas.
Gardiner started the final round tied 20th but climbed the leaderboard with an impressive 6-under 65 to finish fourth.
Fellow Aussie Cameron Percy also carded the best round in the field with a 6-under 65 to finish 11-under tied ninth.
Other Aussie competitors saw Aron Price (tied 22nd) Jamie Arnold (tied 40th) Steve Allan (tied 48th) and Andrew Buckle (tied 61st).
Congratulations to all the Australians for an impressive weekend of golf.
Good luck to them all this week.