Golf Tournaments results : Royal Sydney



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2016
Men Aus/NZ
Australian Open
Spieth, Jordan
276 (-12)
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 17-20; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Spieth (USA) beat Cameron Smith (Aus) and Ashley Hall (Aus) with a birdie at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th) to win this event for the second time in three years. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
2013
Men Aus/NZ
270 (-18)
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 28-Dec 1; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Adam Scott (Aus) finished 1 shot behind McIlroy (N.Ire), who recorded his first win in 2013. Scott narrowly missed-out on completing the "Australian treble," having already won the Australian PGA and Australian Masters in 2013. [Royal Sydney GC, Sydney, Australia].
2008
Men Aus/NZ
279 (-9)
Played as the Australian Open (Dec 11-14; Aus Tr event). Clark (RSA) beat Mathew Goggin (Aus) at the first playoff hole. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
2007
Wmn Aus/NZ
278 (-10)
Played as the MFS Women's Australian Open (Feb 1-4; ALPG/LET Trs event; LET season-opener). Second-placed Yun-jye Wei (Taiw) finished 6 shots behind Webb (Aus), who recorded her third win in this event. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
2006
Men Aus/NZ
Senden, John
280 (-8)
Played as the MFS Australian Open (Nov 16-19; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Senden (Aus). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1999
Men Aus/NZ
274 (-14)
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 25-28). Second-placed Greg Norman (Aus) and Nick O'Hern (Aus) finished 2 shots behind 18-year-old Baddeley (Aus, amateur), the youngest ever Australian Open winner. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1994
Men Aus/NZ
Allenby, Robert
280 (-8)
Played as the Heineken Australian Open (Nov 24-27). Second-placed Brett Ogle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Allenby (Aus), who stumbled across the finish line after a bogey, double-bogey, bogey, bogey end to his final round. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1988
Men Aus/NZ
269 (-19)
Played as the Panasonic Australian Open (Nov 24-27). Second-placed Mark McCumber (USA) finished 6 shots behind Calcavecchia (USA). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1969
Men Aus/NZ
288 (E)
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 23-26). Second-placed Guy Wolstenholme (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Player (RSA). On a wet and windy final day, Player's 5-over-par 77 just got him over the line. He became only the second five-time winner of this coveted title. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1966
Men Aus/NZ
Australian PGA
Dunk, Bill
279
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Peter Thomson (Aus) finished in second place behind Dunk (Aus).
1956
Men Aus/NZ
289 (+1)
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 9-11). Second-placed Kelvin "Kel" Nagle (Aus) finished 2 shots behind 20-year-old Crampton (Aus). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1954
Men Aus/NZ
1 hole
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Nagle (Aus) beat Jim McInnes (Aus) by 1 hole in the final. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1946
Men Aus/NZ
Pickworth, Ossie
289
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 3-5). Second-placed Alan "Stumpy" Waterson (Aus, amateur) finished 2 shots behind Pickworth (Aus), who recorded the first of his four Australian Open wins. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1934
Men Aus/NZ
Bolger, Billy
283
Played as the Australian Open (25th) (Oct 11-13). Second-placed Gene Sarazen (USA; the world's best player at that time) finished 3 shots behind William "Billy" Bolger (Aus). Bolger's total of 283 was hailed as a world record ... the lowest 72-hole aggregate ever recorded in a national Open Championship. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1934
Men Aus/NZ
Kelly, Lou
2 & 1
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Kelly (Aus) beat Bill Bolger (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1928
Men Aus/NZ
Popplewell, Fred
295
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 7/8). Second-placed and defending champion Rufus Stewart (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Popplewell (Aus). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1922
Men Aus/NZ
Campbell, Charlie
307
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 14/15). Second-placed Arthur Le Fevre (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Charles "Charlie" Campbell (Aus). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1922
Men Aus/NZ
Campbell, Charlie
1 hole
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Campbell (Aus) beat Tom Howard (Aus) by 1 hole in the final. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1911
Men Aus/NZ
Clark, Carnegie
321
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 15/16). Second-placed Fred Popplewell (Aus) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Clark (Aus), who recorded the last of his three Australian Open wins. [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1911
Men Aus/NZ
Australian PGA
Campbell, Charlie
154
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Campbell (Aus) beat Carnegie Clark (Aus, b. Scotland), Dan Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland), W. Thomson (Aus) and R. Clark (Aus) by 3 shots in the 36-hole strokeplay final.
1906
Men Aus/NZ
Clark, Carnegie
322
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 11/12). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 5 shots behind Clark (Aus). [Royal Sydney GC, Rose Bay, Sydney, Aus].
1906
Men Aus/NZ
Soutar, Dan
5 & 3
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland) beat F.G. Hood (NZ) 5 and 3 in the final.
 

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