Golf Tournaments results : Men Aus/NZ


 

Men Aus/NZ tournament results 

The Men Aus/NZ tournaments are listed by year, tournament, winner, venue and prize money.


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2018
Australian Open
Ancer, Abraham
Lakes GC, Aus
A$225,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 15-18; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Dimitrios Papadatos (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Ancer (Mex), who recorded his second professional win, and first on a major international tour. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2018
Australian PGA
Smith, Cameron
Royal Pines
A$237,500
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Nov 29-Dec 2; Aus/Eurpn Trs event; PGA Aus season-ending event; Eurpn Tr 2019 season). Second-placed Marc Leishman (Aus) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Smith (Aus), who recorded his second European Tour win. [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2018
Fiji International
Bhullar, Gaganjeet
Natadola Bay
A$225,000
Played as the Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways (Aug 2-5; Aus/Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Despite a final round 9-under-par 63, which included a 7-under back-nine of 29, second-placed Anthony Quayle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind 30-year-old Bhullar (India), who shot a final round 66 to record his first European Tour win. [Natadola Bay GC, Viti Levu, Fiji].
2018
New Zealand Open
Nisbet, Daniel
Millbrook Resort
A$191,522
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Open (March 1-4; Aus/Asian Trs event). Second-placed Terry Pilkadaris (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Nisbet (Aus), who shot a final round 9-under-par 62 to clinch his first Australasia Tour win. [Millbrook Resort, Arrowtown, NZ; earlier rounds also at The Hills].
2018
New Zealand PGA
Campbell, Ben
Manawatu GC
A$17,022
Played as the Horizon Golf NZ PGA Championship (Feb 22-25; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Ashley Hall (Aus) and Deyen Lawson (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Campbell (NZ), who recorded his first ever professional win. [Manawatu GC, Palmerston North, NZ].
2018
Perth Intl
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech
Lake Karrinyup
A$283,330
Played as the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth (Feb 8-11; Aus/Asian/Eurpn Trs event; after three rounds of strokeplay, top 24 go into knockout match plays on the final day. Each match play round played over 6 holes). Aphibarnrat (Thai) beat James Nitties (Aus) 2 and 1 in the 6-hole final. A nine-man playoff followed round three of the strokeplay, to determine who would fill the last eight berths in Sunday's match play finale. Aphibarnrat beat Anthony Quayle (Aus) with a birdie at the fourth playoff hole to claim the very last of the eight spots. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2017
Australian Open
Davis, Cameron
Australian, The
A$225,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 23-26; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Matt Jones (Aus) and Jonas Blixt (Swe) finished 1 shot behind 22-year-old Davis (Aus), who closed with a 7-under par 64 to claim his first professional win. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
2017
Australian PGA
Smith, Cameron
Royal Pines
A$237,500
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Nov 30-Dec 3; Aus/Eurpn Trs event; Eurpn Tr 2018 season). First-time European Tour winner Smith (Aus) beat Jordan Zunic (Aus) with a par at the second playoff hole (par-4 18th). [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2017
Fiji International
Norris, Jason
Natadola Bay
A$237,500
Played as the Fiji International (Aug 17-20; Aus/Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Jazz Janewattananond (Thai), James Marchesani (Aus) and David McKenzie (Aus) finished 4 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Norris (Aus). [Natadola Bay GC, Viti Levu, Fiji].
2017
New Zealand Open
Hendry, Michael
Millbrook Resort
A$163,666
Played as the ISPS Handa New Zealand Open (March 9-12; Aus Tr event). Home country winner Hendry (NZ) beat Brad Kennedy (Aus) and Ben Campbell (NZ) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-3 18th). [Millbrook Resort, Arrowtown, NZ; earlier rounds also at The Hills].
2017
New Zealand PGA
Felton, Jarryd
Manawatu GC
A$17,088
Played as the Lawnmaster Horizon Golf New Zealand PGA Championship (March 2-5; Aus Tr event). Felton (Aus) beat Josh Younger (Aus) and Ben Campbell (NZ) with a birdie at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th), to claim his second Australasia Tour win. [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
2017
Perth Intl
Rumford, Brett
Lake Karrinyup
€210,255
Played as the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth (Feb 16-19; Aus/Asian/Eurpn Trs event; formerly the Perth International). (New format: after three rounds of stroke play, top 24 go into knockout match plays on the final day. Each match play round played over 6 holes). Rumford (Aus) beat Pachara Khongwatmai (Thai) 2 and 1 in the 6-hole final. Rumford also led the field by 5 shots after the three rounds of stroke play. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2016
Australian Masters
(Senior, Peter)
x
Australian Masters not be played in 2016.
2016
Australian Open
Spieth, Jordan
Royal Sydney
A$225,000
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].
2016
Australian PGA
Varner III, Harold
Royal Pines
A$250,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Aus/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Andrew Dodt (Aus) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Varner (USA). [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2016
Fiji International
Snedeker, Brandt
Natadola Bay
A$237,500
Played as the Fiji International (Oct 6-9; Aus/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Michael Hendry (NZ) finished 9 shots behind Snedeker (USA), who recorded his first European Tour win. [Natadola Bay GC, Viti Levu, Fiji].
2016
New Zealand Open
Griffin, Matthew
Hills, NZ
NZ$180,000
Played as the BMW ISPS Handa New Zealand Open (March 10-13; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Hideto Tanihara (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Griffin (Aus). [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ. First two rounds also staged at Millbrook Resort].
2016
New Zealand PGA
Kennedy, Brad
Remuera GC
A$16,847
Played as the Holden New Zealand PGA Championship (March 5-8; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Kristopher Mueck (Aus), Geoff Drakeford (Aus) and Josh Geary (NZ) finished 3 shots behind 38-year-old Millar (Aus), who claimed his first win on the Australasia Tour. [Remuera GC, Auckland, NZ].
2016
Perth Intl
Oosthuizen, Louis
Lake Karrinyup
€186,760
Played as the Perth International (Feb 25-28; Aus/Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Alexander Levy (Fra) finished 1 shot behind Oosthuizen (RSA), who recorded his eighth European Tour win. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2015
Australian Masters
Senior, Peter
Huntingdale
A$135,000
Played as the Uniqlo Masters (Aus Tr event). Second-placed John Senden (Aus), Andrew Evans (Aus) and Bryson DeChambeau (USA-amateur) finished 2 shots behind 56-year-old Senior (Aus). [Huntingdale GC, Oakleigh South, Melbourne].
2015
Jones, Matt
Australian, The
A$225,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (100th) (Nov 26-29; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Adam Scott (Aus) and defending champion Jordan Spieth (USA) finished 1 shot behind Jones (Aus). Despite a shaky final round 73, Jones secured his first professional win on home soil ... in his national championship. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
2015
Australian PGA
Holman, Nathan
Royal Pines
A$315,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Aus/Eurpn Trs event). Home-winner Holman (Aus) beat Dylan Fritelli (RSA) and Harold Varner III (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th), to record his first professional win. Played in Dec 2015 as part of Eurpn Tr 2016 season. [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2015
Fiji International
Kuchar, Matt
Natadola Bay
US$147,186
Played as the Fiji International (Oct 15-18; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Aron Price (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Kuchar (USA), who was making his debut in this event. [Natadola Bay GC, Viti Levu, Fiji].
2015
Zunic, Jordan
A$160,563
Played as the BMW New Zealand Open (March 12-15; Aus Tr event). Second-placed David Bransdon (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Zunic (Aus), who recorded his first professional win. Zunic turned professional earlier in the year, but missed out on his Tour card at Q School. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ. First two rounds also staged at Millbrook Resort].
2015
Millar, Matthew
tba
Played as the Holden New Zealand PGA Championship (Aus Tr event). Second-placed Kristopher Mueck (Aus), Geoff Drakeford (Aus) and Josh Geary (NZ) finished 3 shots behind 38-year-old Millar (Aus), who claimed his first win on the Australasian Tour. [Remuera GC, Auckland, NZ].
2015
Perth Intl
(not played)
x
Perth International not played in 2015.
2014
Cullen, Nick
A$180,000
Played as the BetEasy Masters (Aus Tr event). Second-placed James Nitties (Aus), Josh Younger (Aus) and defending champion Adam Scott (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Cullen (Aus). [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
2014
Spieth, Jordan
Australian, The
A$225,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 27-30; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Rod Pampling (Aus) finished 6 shots behind Spieth (USA), who recorded his second professional win, and first outside the USA. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
2014
Chalmers, Greg
Royal Pines
A$180,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Chalmers (Aus) beat defending champion Adam Scott (Aus) with a par at the seventh playoff hole to win the Joe Kirkwood Cup. Wade Ormsby (Aus) was eliminated at the third playoff hole. [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2014
Fiji International
Jeffress, Steve
Natadola Bay
US$180,000
Played as the inaugural Fiji International (Aug 14-17; Aus/OneAsia Tours event). Second-placed Jake Higginbottom (Aus) finished 4 shots behind 38-year-old Jeffress (Aus), who recorded the biggest win in his 15-year professional career. [Natadola Bay GC, Viti Levu, Fiji].
2014
Papadatos, Dimitrios
A$141,170
Played as the New Zealand Open (Feb 27-Mar 2; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Mark Brown (NZ) finished 4 shots behind Papadatos (Aus), who recorded his first Australasia Tour win. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ. First two rounds also staged at Millbrook Resort].
2014
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played in 2014.
2014
Perth Intl
Olesen, Thorbjorn
€198,300
Played as the ISPS Handa Perth International (Oct 23-26; Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Victor Dubuisson (Fra) finished 3 shots behind Olesen (Den), who claimed his second European Tour title. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2013
Royal Melbourne
A$186,120
Played as the Talisker Masters (Australasian Tr event). Second-placed Matt Kuchar (USA) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Scott (Aus), whose back-to-back victories gave him two of the three titles needed for a Triple Slam of Australia's most prestigious championships (PGA, Masters & Open). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
2013
Royal Sydney
A$225,000
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].
2013
Royal Pines
US$225,426
Played as the Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Australasian/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Rickie Fowler (USA) finished 4 shots behind Scott (Aus). [RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia].
2013
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played in 2013; held over from November 2012 until Feb 2014 to establish a new slot in the Australasian Tour schedule.
2013
Hendry, Michael
NZ$79,789
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 28-Mar 3; Aus Tr event, including a pro-am competition). Defending champion Hendry (NZ) beat Scott Strange (Aus) at the first playoff hole, to record his second Australasia Tour win. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ].
2013
Perth Intl
Jeong, Jin
€245,438
Played as the Perth International (Oct 17-20; Eurpn/Aus Trs event). First-time European Tour winner Jeong (S Kor) beat Ross Fisher (Eng) with a par at the first playoff hole. [Lake Karrinyup GC, Perth, Aus].
2013
Day, Jason
Royal Melbourne
US$1,200,000
Played as the ISPA Handa World Cup of Golf (Individual Champion) (Nov 21-24). Second-placed Thomas Björn (Den) finished 2 shots behind Day (Aus). First year since 1999 that an individual scoring award was made; this time with a much bigger prize than for the team event. Team winners: Jason Day & Adam Scott (Aus). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
2012
Kingston Heath
A$180,000
Played as the Talisker Masters (Australasian Tr event). Second-placed and defending champion Ian Poulter (Eng) finished 4 shots behind Scott (Aus). [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
2012
Senior, Peter
A$225,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Dec 6-9; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Brendan Jones (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Senior (Aus), who at 53 years became the oldest winner of this title. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2012
Popovic, Daniel
Coolum Resort
A$225,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Australasian/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Rod Pampling (Aus) and Anthony Brown (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Tour rookie Popovic (Aus), who recorded his first professional win. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2012
Higginbottom, Jake
amateur
Played as the BMW New Zealand Open hosted by Christchurch (Nov 22-25; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Jason Norris (Aus) and Peter Wilson (Aus) finished 1 shot behind 19-year-old Higginbottom (Aus, amateur). Higginbottom was the first amateur since Harry Berwick in 1956 to win this event. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2012
Hendry, Michael
A$61,917
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (March 29-Apr 1; Aus Tr event; played as a pro-am for the first time). Second-placed Mark Brown (NZ) and Andrew Martin (Aus) finished 2 shots behind first-time Australasia Tour winner Hendry (NZ). [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ].
2012
Perth Intl
Van Pelt, Bo
€256,585
Played as the inaugural ISPS Handa Perth International Championship (Oct 18-21; Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Jason Dufner (USA) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Van Pelt (USA). [Lake Karrinyup GC, Perth, Aus].
2011
Victoria GC, Aus
A$180,000
Played as the JBWere Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Marcus Fraser (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Poulter (Eng). [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
2011
Chalmers, Greg
A$270,000
Played as the Emirates Australian Open (Nov 10-13; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed John Senden (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Chalmers (Aus). Tiger Woods (USA) finished in third place, one shot behind Senden. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2011
Chalmers, Greg
Coolum Resort
A$270,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (an Australasian/OneAsia Tour event). Chalmers (Aus) received the Joe Kirkwood Cup after beating Robert Allenby (Aus) and Marcus Fraser (Aus) at the first playoff hole. This was Chalmers second straight win in the 2011 Australian Majors. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2011
Kennedy, Brad
NZ$72,000
Played as the BMW New Zealand Open hosted by Christchurch (Dec 1-4; Aus Tr event). Kennedy (Aus) beat Craig Parry (Aus) with a birdie at the first playoff hole, to record his second Australasia Tour win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2011
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played in 2011.
2010
Victoria GC, Aus
A$270,000
Played as the JBWere Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Adam Bland (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Appleby (Aus). Defending champion Tiger Woods (USA) finished 3 shots adrift in 4th place. [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
2010
A$270,000
Played as the Australian Open presented by Century 21 (Dec 2-5; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Alistair Presnell (Aus) and Matthew Jones (Aus) finished 4 shots behind first-time Australian Open winner Ogilvy (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2010
Senior, Peter
Coolum Resort
A$270,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship presented by Coca-Cola (an Australasian/OneAsia Tour event). Senior (Aus) beat Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) at the second playoff hole. Senior became a three-time winner of this Championship and its oldest winner (aged 51). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2010
Gates, Bobby
US$108,000
Played as the Michael Hill New Zealand Open (Jan 28-31; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event; Nationwide Tr season-opener). Second-placed Andrew Dodt (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Gates (USA), who was making his debut on the Nationwide Tour. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ].
2010
New Zealand PGA
Brown, Mitchell
Clearwater Resort
A$17,768
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship hosted by Christchurch (Jan 21-24; Aus Tr event). Brown (Aus) beat Ashley Hall (Aus) with a birdie at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th). [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2009
Kingston Heath
A$270,000
Played as the JBWere Masters (an Australasian/European Tour event). Second-placed Greg Chalmers (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA), who recorded his first win in Australia.
2009
New South Wales GC
A$270,000
Played as the Australian Open (Dec 3-6; Aus/OneAsia Trs event). Second-placed Stuart Appleby (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Scott (Aus). [New South Wales GC, La Perouse, Sydney, NSW].
2009
Allenby, Robert
Coolum Resort
A$270,000
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (an Australasian/OneAsia Tour event). Second-placed John Senden (Aus) and Scott Strange (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Allenby (Aus). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2009
Johnnie Walker Classic
Lee, Danny
Vines Resort, Aus
amateur
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic (Asian/Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Felipe Aguilar (Chile), Hiroyuki Fujita (Jpn) and Ross McGowan (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Lee (NZ). At 18 yrs, 213 days, Lee became the youngest player (and only the second amateur) to win on the European Tour. [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
2009
Prugh, Alex
US$113,684
Played as the Michael Hill New Zealand Open (March 12-15; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed Martin Miller (USA) finished 3 shots behind Prugh (USA), who recorded his first professional career win in his second year as a professional. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ].
2009
New Zealand PGA
Alker, Steven
Clearwater Resort
US$113,684
Played as the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship presented by Christchurch (March 5-8; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed Josh Geary (NZ) and David Smail (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Alker (NZ), who recorded the last of his four Australasia Tour wins. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2008
Australian Masters
Pampling, Rod
Huntingdale
€140,193
Played as the Sportsbet Australian Masters (an Australasian/European Tours event). Pampling (Aus) beat Marcus Fraser (Aus) at the 3rd hole of a playoff. Played in late 2008 (part of the European Tour 2009 schedule).
2008
Royal Sydney
A$315,000
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].
2008
Coolum Resort
A$270,000
Played as the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed Mathew Goggin (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Ogilvy (Aus). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2008
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played in 2008 due to Tour scheduling changes.
2008
New Zealand PGA
Stiles, Darron
Clearwater Resort
US$122,964
Played as the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 14-17; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed David Smail (NZ) finished 1 shot behind Darren Stiles (USA). Event reduced to 36 holes due to bad weather. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2007
Australian Masters
Baddeley, Aaron
Huntingdale
€164,170
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian/European Tour event). Baddeley (Aus), at his home club, beat Daniel Chopra (Swe) at the 4th hole of a sudden-death playoff. Played in Nov 2007 (part of the European Tour 2008 schedule).
2007
Australian, The
A$315,000
Played as the MFS Australian Open (Dec 13-16; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Nick O'Hern (Aus), Won Joon Lee (Aus) and Brandt Snedeker (USA) finished 1 shot behind Parry (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
2007
Coolum Resort
A$252,000
Played as the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed David Smail (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Lonard (Aus). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2007
Finch, Richard
€144,895
Played as the Michael Hill New Zealand Open (Nov 29-Dec 2; Aus/Eurpn Trs event; Eurpn Tr 2008 season). Second-placed Steven Bowditch (Aus) and Paul Sheehan (Aus) finished 3 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Finch (Eng). Sir Bob Charles (71 yrs) became the oldest player to make a cut on any of the major Tours. [The Hills GC, Arrowtown, NZ].
2007
New Zealand PGA
Thompson, Nicholas
Clearwater Resort
US$113,684
Played as the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 22-25; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). First-time Nationwide Tour winner Thompson (USA) beat David Morland IV (Can) in a playoff. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2006
Australian Masters
Rose, Justin
Huntingdale
€170,353
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian/European Tour event). Second-placed Richard Green (Aus) and Greg Chalmers (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Rose (Eng). Played in Nov 2006 (part of European Tour 2007 schedule).
2006
Senden, John
Royal Sydney
A$270,000
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].
2006
Coolum Resort
A$216,000
Played as the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Ch'ship (an Australasian Tour event). O'Hern (Aus) beat Peter Lonard (Aus) at the 4th playoff hole, to record his first Australasian Tour win since 1999. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2006
Johnnie Walker Classic
Stadler, Kevin
Vines Resort, Aus
€305,448
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic (Asian/Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Nick O'Hern (Aus) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Stadler (USA). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
2006
New Zealand Open
Green, Nathan
Gulf Harbour
€145,831
Played as the Blue Chip New Zealand Open (Nov 30-Dec 3; Aus/Eurpn Trs event; part of Eurpn Tr 2007 season). Second-placed Michael Campbell (NZ), Nick Dougherty (Eng), Marcus Fraser (Aus), Jarrod Moseley (Aus), Wade Ormsby (Aus) and Brett Rumford (Aus) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Green (Aus). [Gulf Harbour CC, Whangaparaoa, nr Auckland, NZ].
2006
New Zealand PGA
Rutledge, Jim
Clearwater Resort
US$113,684
Played as the ING New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 23-26; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed Jarrod Lyle (Aus) and Brett Rumford (Aus) finished 1 shot behind first-time Nationwide Tour winner Rutledge (Can). [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2005
Australian Masters
Allenby, Robert
Huntingdale
A$225,000
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Allenby (Aus) beat Bubba Watson (USA) in a sudden-death playoff, making Allenby the first ever player to simultaneously hold the Australian triple-crown of golf titles, i.e. the Open, Masters and PGA titles.
2005
Allenby, Robert
Moonah Links
A$225,000
Played as the MFS Australian Open (Nov 24-27). Second-placed John Senden (Aus), Nick O'Hern (Aus) and Paul Sheehan (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Allenby (Aus). [Open course, Moonah Links, Fingal, Vic.].
2005
Allenby, Robert
Coolum Resort
x
Played as the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed Matthew Goggin (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Allenby (Aus), after Allenby birdied the final hole on the last day. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2005
Heineken Classic
Parry, Craig
Royal Melbourne
£225,370
Played as the Heineken Classic (a European / Australasian Tour event). Parry (Aus) beat Nick O'Hern (Aus) at the 4th playoff hole. With Heineken withdrawing their sponsorship, this was the last Heineken Classic.
2005
New Zealand Open
Fasth, Niclas
Gulf Harbour
€156,670
Played as the Holden New Zealand Open (Feb 10-13; Aus/Eurpn Trs event; first-time co-sanctioned by Eurpn Tr). Fasth (Swe) beat Miles Tunnicliff (Eng) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. [Gulf Harbour CC, Whangaparaoa, nr Auckland, NZ].
2005
New Zealand PGA
O'Malley, Peter
Clearwater Resort
US$113,684
Played as the ING New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 24-27; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). O'Malley (Aus) beat Steven Bowditch (Aus) in a playoff, to record his fourth Australasia Tour win and second Nationwide Tour win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2004
ANZ Championship
Davis, Brian
Horizons Golf Resort
€200,580
Played as the ANZ Championship (an Australasian/European Tour event). Second-placed Paul Casey (Eng) finished 1-point behind Davis (Eng) in this modified Stableford competition.
2004
Australian Masters
Green, Richard
Huntingdale
A$225,000
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Richard Green (Aus) beat David McKenzie (Aus) and Greg Chalmers (Aus) at the first hole of a sudden-death play-off.
2004
Australian, The
A$270,000
Played as the Hillross Australian Open (Nov 25-28). Second-placed Stuart Appleby (Aus) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Lonard (Aus). This was the 100th year and 89th playing of the Australian Open. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
2004
Coolum Resort
x
Played as the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed James Nitties (Aus) finished 2-shots behind Lonard (Aus). This win followed Lonard's victory in the centenary Australia Open one week earlier. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2004
Heineken Classic
Els, Ernie
Royal Melbourne
€232,000
Played as the Heineken Classic (a European / Australasian Tour event). Won by Els (RSA) for the third straight year.
2004
New Zealand Open
Price, Terry
Grange, The (NZ)
NZ$126,000
Played as the Holden New Zealand Open (Jan 15-18; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Brad Heaven (NZ, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Price (Aus), who recorded the last of his eight Australasia Tour wins. [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
2004
New Zealand PGA
Coles, Gavin
Clearwater Resort
US$139,248
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Feb 26-29; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed Bill Lunde (USA), Bradley Hughes (Aus) and Brendan Jones (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Coles (Aus), who posted his second Natiowide Tour win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2003
ANZ Championship
Casey, Paul
New South Wales GC
€181,000
Played as the ANZ Championship (an Australasian/European Tour event). Second-placed Stuart Appleby (Aus) and Nick O'Hern (Aus) finished 4 pts behind Casey (Eng) in this modified stableford event. Despite a nervy finish, Casey hung on to record his second European Tour win.
2003
Australian Masters
Allenby, Robert
Huntingdale
A$225,000
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Allenby (Aus) beat Adam Scott (Aus), Craig Parry (Aus) and Jarrod Moseley (Aus) in a sudden-death play-off.
2003
Moonah Links
A$270,000
Played as the Hillross Australian Open (Dec 18-21). Second-placed Chris Downes (Aus) and Stephen Leaney (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Lonard (Aus). [Open course, Moonah Links, Fingal, Vic.].
2003
Senior, Peter
Coolum Resort
A$180,000
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed Rod Pampling (Aus) finished 1-shot behind Senior (Aus). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2003
Heineken Classic
Els, Ernie
Royal Melbourne
€207,310
Played as the Heineken Classic (a European / Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Nick Faldo (Eng) and Peter Lonard (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Els (RSA). This was Els' third win in four outings, and his second straight Heineken Classic title.
2003
Johnnie Walker Classic
Els, Ernie
Lake Karrinyup
€251,263
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic (Asian/Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Andre Stolz (Aus) and Stephen Leaney (Aus) finished 10 shots behind Els (RSA), who claimed his fourth win in five starts in 2003. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2003
New Zealand Open
Pearce, Mahal
Royal Auckland
278 (-10)
Played as the Holden New Zealand Open (Jan 16-19; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Brett Rumford (Aus) finished 2 shots behind first-time Australasia Tour winner Pearce (NZ). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
2003
New Zealand PGA
Palmer, Ryan
Clearwater Resort
US$110,520
Played as the Clearwater Classic (March 6-9; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event). Second-placed Andre Stolz (Aus) finished 3 shots behind first-time Nationwide Tour winner Palmer (USA), who moved up to the full PGA Tour at the end of the season. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2002
Johnson, Richard
€195,080
Played as the ANZ Players Championship (an Australasian/European Tour event). Second-placed Scott Laycock (Aus) and Craig Parry (Aus) finished 2-points behind Johnson (Swe) in this modified stableford event. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2002
Australian Masters
Lonard, Peter
Huntingdale
A$225,000
Played as the MasterCard Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Lonard (Aus) beat Gavin Coles (Aus) and Adam Scott (Aus) in a playoff.
2002
Allan, Steve
Victoria GC, Aus
A$270,000
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 21-24). Second-placed Aaron Baddeley (Aus), Craig Parry (Aus) and Rich Beem (USA) finished 1 shot behind Steve Allan (Aus). Championship reduced to 54 holes due to weather. [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
2002
Coolum Resort
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Peter Lonard (Aus) and Jarrod Moseley (Aus) were joint winners of this event, after they tied on 271 and a playoff was not possible. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2002
Coolum Resort
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Peter Lonard (Aus) and Jarrod Moseley (Aus) were joint winners of this event, after they tied on 271 and a playoff was not possible. [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
2002
Heineken Classic
Els, Ernie
Royal Melbourne
€221,386
Played as the Heineken Classic (a European / Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Peter Fowler (Aus), David Howell (Eng) and Peter O'Malley (Aus) finished 5-shots behind Els (RSA).
2002
Johnnie Walker Classic
Goosen, Retief
Lake Karrinyup
€243,641
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic (Asian/Eurpn/Aus Trs event; not played in 2001). Second-placed Pierre Fulke (Swe) finished 8 shots behind Goosen (RSA). [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
2002
New Zealand Open
Parry, Craig
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the Telstra Hyundai New Zealand Open (Jan 10-13; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Steven Alker (NZ), Michael Campbell (NZ) and Stephen Leaney (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Parry (Aus). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
2002
New Zealand PGA
O'Malley, Peter
Clearwater Resort
US$94,194
Played as the Holden Clearwater Classic (March 14-17; Aus/PGA Nationwide Trs event; last played in 1987). Second-placed Brad Ott (Aus) finished 5 shots behind O'Malley (Aus), who recorded his first Nationwide Tour win and third Australasia Tour win. [Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ].
2001
Australian Masters
Montgomerie, Colin
Huntingdale
A$180,000
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Nathan Green (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Montgomerie (Scot).
2001
Grand, Aus
A$270,000
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 22-25). Second-placed Scott Laycock (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Stuart Appleby (Aus). [The Grand GC, Gilston, Gold Coast, Qld.].
2001
Australian PGA
Allenby, Robert
Royal Queensland
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Robert Allenby (Aus).
2001
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
€223,600
Played as the Greg Norman Holden International (an Australasian/European Tour event). Aaron Baddeley (Aus) beat Sergio Garcia (Esp) in a sudden-death playoff. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2001
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
€195,500
Played as the Heineken Classic (a Eurpn / Aus Tour event). Second-placed David Smail (NZ) finished 5-shots behind Campbell (NZ) who won his second straight Heineken Classic. [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
2001
New Zealand Open
Smail, David
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the Telstra Saturn New Zealand Open (Jan 18-21; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Steven Alker (NZ), Michael Campbell (NZ), Nathan Gatehouse (Aus) and Roger Chapman (Eng) finished 2 shots behind first-time Australasia Tour winner Smail (NZ). [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
2000
Australian Masters
Campbell, Michael
Huntingdale
A$180,000
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Brett Rumford (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Campbell (NZ).
2000
Kingston Heath
A$225,000
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 23-26). Second-placed Robert Allenby (Aus) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Baddeley (Aus). Having won this title in 1999 as an amateur, 19-year-old Baddeley successfully defended in only his second tournament as a professional. [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
2000
Australian PGA
Allenby, Robert
Royal Queensland
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Robert Allenby (Aus).
2000
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
Parsons, Lucas
x
Played as the Greg Norman Holden International (an Australasian/European Tour event). First time European Tour win for Lucas Parsons (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
2000
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
€199,613
Played as the Heineken Classic (a Eurpn / Aus Tour event). Won by Michael Campbell (NZ). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
2000
New Zealand Open
Campbell, Michael
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the Crown Lager New Zealand Open (Jan 20-23; Aus Tr event). Michael Campbell (NZ) beat Craig Perks (NZ) with an eagle at the second playoff hole. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1999
Australian Masters
Spence, Craig
Huntingdale
A$144,000
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Second-placed Greg Norman (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Spence (Aus).
1999
Royal Sydney
amateur
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].
1999
Victoria GC, Aus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Greg Turner (NZ). [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
1999
Coolum Classic
Coolum Resort
x
Played as the Schweppes Coolum Classic (an Australasian Tour event). [Coolum Resort, Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia].
1999
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
Long, Michael
x
Played as the Greg Norman Holden International (an Australasian Tour event). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1999
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
x
Played as the Heineken Classic (a Eurpn / Aus Tour event). First time Eurpn Tour win for Jarrod Moseley (Aus). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1999
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played in 1999; held over from Dec 1999 until Jan 2000 to establish a new slot in the Australasian Tour schedule.
1998
Australian Masters
Hughes, Bradley
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Bradley Hughes (Aus).
1998
Chalmers, Greg
Royal Adelaide
A$180,000
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Dec 3-6). Second-placed Peter Senior (Aus) and Stuart Appleby (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Chalmers (Aus). [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1998
Australian PGA
Howell, David
New South Wales GC
x
Played as the Mastercard Australian PGA Ch'ship. First time professional tournament win for Howell (Eng).
1998
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
Australian, The
x
Played as the Greg Norman Holden International (an Australasian Tour event).
1998
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
£108,935
Played as the Heineken Classic (Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Won by Thomas Bjørn (Den). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1998
New Zealand Open
Lane, Matthew
Formosa Auckland CC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 10-13; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Rod Pampling (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Lane (NZ), who recorded his first and only Australasia Tour win. [Formosa Auckland CC, Beachlands, Auckland; now called Formosa Golf Resort].
1998
World Cup of Golf (Indiv)
Verplank, Scott
Gulf Harbour
$100,000
Played as the International Trophy (Nov 19-22; best individual 72-hole score at the World Cup of Golf). Second-placed Nick Faldo (Eng) and Costantino Rocca (Italy) finished 1 shot behind Scott Verplank (USA). Team winners of the World Cup: Nick Faldo & David Carter (Eng). [Gulf Harbour CC, Whangaparaoa, nr Auckland, NZ].
1997
Australian Masters
Lonard, Peter
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Peter Lonard (Aus).
1997
A$180,000
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 27-30). Westwood (Eng) beat defending champion Greg Norman (Aus) with a par at the fourth sudden-death playoff hole. [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].[Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1997
Australian PGA
Coltart, Andrew
New South Wales GC
x
Played as the Mastercard Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Andrew Coltart (Scot).
1997
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
(not played)
x
Tournament not played in 1997.
1997
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
x
Played as the Heineken Classic (a Eurpn / Aus Tour event). Won by Miguel Angel Martin (Esp). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1997
Johnnie Walker Classic
Els, Ernie
Hope Island
£116,660
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic (Eurpn/Aus Trs event). Second-placed Peter Lonard (Aus) and Michael Long (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Els (RSA). [Hope Island Resort, Queensland, Australia].
1997
New Zealand Open
Turner, Greg
Royal Auckland
NZ$94,730
Played as the AMP Air New Zealand Open (Dec 11-14; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Andrew Coltart (Scot), Jean-Louis Guepy (Fra) and Lucas Parsons (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Turner (NZ). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1996
Australian Masters
Parry, Craig
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Ericsson Masters (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Craig Parry (Aus).
1996
Australian, The
A$189,470
Played as the Holden Australian Open (Nov 21-24). Second-placed Wayne Grady (Aus) finished 8 shots behind defending champion Norman (Aus), who recorded the last of his five Australian Open wins. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1996
Australian PGA
Tataurangi, Phil
New South Wales GC
x
Played as the Mastercard Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Phil Tataurangi (NZ).
1996
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
Senior, Peter
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as Greg Norman's Holden Classic (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Peter Senior (Aus).
1996
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
£93,339
Played as the Heineken Classic (first year as a Eurpn Tour / Aus Tour co-sanctioned event). Won by Ian Woosnam (Wales). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1996
New Zealand Open
Long, Michael
Paraparaumu Beach
A$78,747
Played as the AMP Air New Zealand Open (Dec 5-8; Aus Tr event). Second-placed and defending champion Peter O'Malley (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Long (NZ), who added this title to his wins in the NZ Amateur (1990), NZ Under-23s (1989), NZ Junior (1988) and NZ Boys (1985). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1995
Australian Masters
Senior, Peter
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Peter Senior (Aus).
1995
Kingston Heath
A$153,000
Played as the Heineken Australian Open (Nov 23-26). Second-placed Peter McWhinney (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Norman (Aus), who posted the fourth of his five Australian Open wins. [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1995
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Tournament not played in 1995.
1995
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
x
Played as Greg Norman's Holden Classic (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Craig Parry (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1995
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
x
Played as the Heineken Classic (an Aus Tour event). Won by Robert Allenby (Aus). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1995
New Zealand Open
O'Malley, Peter
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the AMP Air New Zealand Open (Dec 7-10; Aus Tr event; second NZ Open of 1995, brought forward from Jan 1996 to establish a new December slot in the Tour schedule). Second-placed Scott Hoch (USA) finished 3 shots behind O'Malley (Aus). [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1995
New Zealand Open
Parsons, Lucas
Royal Wellington
A$42,827
Played as the AMP Air New Zealand Open (Jan 12-15; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Mike Clayton (Aus) finished 1 shot behind 25-year-old Parsons (Aus). [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1994
Air New Zealand Open
Robinson, Shane
Grange, The (NZ)
NZ$54,000
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 8-11). Second-placed David Mackenzie (Aus) finished 1 shot behind 30-year-old Robinson (Aus), who secured his first win as a professional. [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1994
Australian Masters
Parry, Craig
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Craig Parry (Aus).
1994
Allenby, Robert
Royal Sydney
A$153,000
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].
1994
Australian PGA
Coltart, Andrew
New South Wales GC
x
Played as the Reebok Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Andrew Coltart (Scot).
1994
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
Gilligan, Anthony
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as Greg Norman's Holden Classic (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Anthony Gilligan (Aus).
1994
Heineken Classic
Clayton, Mike
Vines Resort, Aus
x
Played as the Heineken Classic (an Aus Tour event). Won by Michael Clayton (Aus). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1994
New Zealand Open
Jones, Craig
Remuera GC
NZ$54,000
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (Jan 6-9; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Frank Nobilo (NZ) finished 1 shot behind Jones (Aus). [Remuera GC, Auckland, NZ].
1993
Air New Zealand Open
Price, Terry
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 9-12). Second-placed Michael Campbell (NZ), Wayne Riley (Aus) and Brad Faxon (USA) finished 1 shot behind Price (Aus). [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1993
Australian Masters
Hughes, Bradley
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Bradley Hughes (Aus).
1993
A$153,000
Played as the Heineken Australian Open (Nov 25-28). Second-placed Michael Clayton (Aus) and Jeff Woodland (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Faxon (USA). [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1993
Concord GC, Aus
x
Played as the Ford Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Ian Baker-Finch (Aus). [Concord GC, Sydney, Aus].
1993
Greg Norman Holden Intl.
x
Played as Greg Norman's Holden Classic (an Australasian Tour event). Won by Curtis Strange (USA). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1993
Heineken Classic
Vines Resort, Aus
x
The inaugural Heineken Classic (an Aus Tour event). Won by Peter Senior (Aus). [The Vines Resort & CC, nr Perth, Aus].
1993
New Zealand Open
Fowler, Peter
Paraparaumu Beach
NZ$54,000
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (Feb 11-14; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Elliot Boult (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Fowler (Aus), who recorded the last of his four Australasia Tour wins. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1992
Air New Zealand Open
Price, Nick
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 5-8). Nick Price (Zim) beat Lucas Parsons (Aus) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-3 15th). [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1992
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Second-placed Greg Norman (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Parry (Aus).
1992
A$144,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 26-29). Second-placed Peter McWhinney (Aus) and Duffy Waldorf (USA) finished 2 shots behind Elkington (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1992
Concord GC, Aus
x
Played as the Ford Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed Peter McWhinney (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Parry (Aus). [Concord GC, Sydney, Aus].
1992
New Zealand Open
Waite, Grant
Paraparaumu Beach
NZ$45,000
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (Feb 20-23; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Peter Fowler (Aus) and Grant Kenny (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Waite (NZ), who won his first professional tournament with an albatross-two at the par-5 final hole; he holed-out with a perfectly struck 2-iron. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1991
Air New Zealand Open
Morse, John
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 7-10). Second-placed Nandasena Perera (Sri Lanka) finished 3 shots behind Morse (USA), who recorded the last of his three Australia Tour wins. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1991
Australian Masters
Senior, Peter
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Peter Senior (Aus).
1991
Royal Melbourne
A$126,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 28-Dec 1). Second-placed Robert Allenby (Aus, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Riley (Aus), who snatched victory with three straight birdies to finish, including a 40-foot putt at the last hole. [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1991
Concord GC, Aus
x
Played as the Ford Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed and defending champion Brett Ogle (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Grady (Aus). [Concord GC, Sydney, Aus].
1991
Johnnie Walker Classic (Aus)
x
Played as the Johnnie Walker Classic. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1991
New Zealand Open
Davis, Rodger
Paraparaumu Beach
NZ$45,000
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (March 7-10; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Frank Nobilo (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Davis (Aus), who claimed his second win in this event. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1990
Air New Zealand Open
Riley, Wayne
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 8-11). Second-placed Frank Nobilo (NZ) finished 7 shots behind Riley (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1990
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Greg Norman (Aus) for the second straight year.
1990
Morse, John
Australian, The
A$108,000
Played as the Australian Open (75th) (Nov 29-Dec 2). Morse (USA) beat Craig Parry (Aus) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-4 17th). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1990
Australian PGA
Ogle, Brett
Riverside Oaks
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Brett Ogle (Aus).
1990
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played in 1990; held over from Dec 1990 until March 1991 to establish a new slot in the Australasian Tour schedule.
1989
Air New Zealand Open
Bies, Don
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Oct 26-29). Second-placed Brad Andrews (Aus) and Glenn Joyner (Aus) finished 4 shots behind 52-year-old visiting American Don Bies (USA). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1989
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Greg Norman (Aus).
1989
Senior, Peter
Kingston Heath
A$90,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 30-Dec 3). Second-placed Peter Fowler (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Senior (Aus). [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1989
Australian PGA
Senior, Peter
Riverside Oaks
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Peter Senior (Aus).
1989
Australian TPC
Norman, Greg
x
x
1989
New Zealand Open
Turner, Greg
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (Nov 2-5). Second-placed Richard Gilkey (USA) finished 6 shots behind Turner (NZ), who recorded his second Australia Tour win. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1988
Air New Zealand Open
Gale, Terry
Titirangi GC
NZ$36,000
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 8-11). Second-placed Hale Irwin (USA), Ossie Moore (Aus) and Jeff Woodland (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Gale (Aus), who won this event for the second time. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1988
Australian Masters
Baker-Finch, Ian
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Ian Baker-Finch (Aus).
1988
Royal Sydney
A$63,000
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].
1988
Australian PGA
Grady, Wayne
Riverside Oaks
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Wayne Grady (Aus).
1988
Australian TPC
Norman, Greg
x
x
1988
New Zealand Open
Stanley, Ian
Paraparaumu Beach
NZ$22,000
Played as the Nissan-Mobil New Zealand Open (Dec 15-18). Second-placed Michael Clayton (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Stanley (Aus). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1988
World Cup of Golf (Indiv)
Crenshaw, Ben
Royal Melbourne
$46,000
Played as the International Trophy (Dec 8-11; best individual 72-hole score at the World Cup of Golf). Second-placed Tateo "Jet" Ozaki (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Crenshaw (USA). Team winners of the World Cup: Ben Crenshaw & Mark McCumber (USA). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1987
Air New Zealand Open
Colandro, Mike
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 3-6). Second-placed and defending champion Rodger Davis (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Colandro (USA), an Australia Tour regular who recorded the biggest win of his career. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1987
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Greg Norman (Aus).
1987
Royal Melbourne
A$54,000
Played as the Panasonic Australian Open (Nov 26-30). Sandy Lyle (Scot) finished 10 shots behind Norman (Aus), who recorded the third of his five Australian Open wins. Monday finish required after the cancellation of Sunday's final round due to high winds. [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1987
Mackay, Roger
x
Played as the ESP Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Roger Mackay (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1987
New Zealand Open
Rafferty, Ronan
Royal Wellington
Played as the Nissan-Mobil New Zealand Open (Dec 10-13). Ronan Rafferty (N.Ire) beat Larry Nelson (USA) with a par at the seventh sudden-death playoff hole. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1987
New Zealand PGA
Nobilo, Frank
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (next played in 2002). Won by defending champion Frank Nobilo (NZ). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1986
Air New Zealand Open
Davis, Rodger
Titirangi GC
NZ$21,500
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 27-30). Second-placed Curtis Strange (USA) and Bob Shearer (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Davis (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1986
Australian Masters
O'Meara, Mark
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Mark O'Meara (USA).
1986
A$49,500
Played as the National Panasonic Australian Open (Nov 13-16). Second-placed Ian Baker-Finch (Aus), Graham Marsh (Aus) and Bob Shearer (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Davis (Aus). [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1986
Australian PGA
Harwood, Mike
Castle Hill
x
Played as the Toshiba Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Mike Harwood (Aus).
1986
New Zealand Open
Davis, Rodger
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the Nissan-Mobil New Zealand Open (Dec 4-7). Second-placed Bob Shearer (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Davis (Aus), who broke the tournament record low score by 4 shots. [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1986
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played in 1986.
1985
Air New Zealand Open
Weibring, D.A.
Titirangi GC
NZ$25,000
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 28-Dec 1). Second-placed Rodger Davis (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Weibring (USA). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1985
Australian Masters
Langer, Bernhard
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Bernhard Langer (Ger).
1985
Royal Melbourne
A$45,000
Played as the National Panasonic Australian Open (Nov 14-17). Second-placed Ossie Moore (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Norman (Aus). This was the second of five Australian Open wins for Norman. Event reduced to 54 holes due to heavy rain on the first day. [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1985
Australian PGA
Norman, Greg
Castle Hill
x
Played as the Toshiba Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Greg Norman (Aus).
1985
New Zealand Open
Pavin, Corey
Russley GC
NZ$9,000
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 5-8). Second-placed Jeff Senior (Aus) finished 4 shots behind defending champion Pavin (USA). The final round was marked by a severe thunderstorm, and a saturated course thereafter. [Russley GC, Christchurch, NZ].
1985
New Zealand PGA
Nobilo, Frank
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Frank Nobilo (NZ).
1984
Air New Zealand Open
Jones, Brian
Titirangi GC
NZ$21,800
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 29-Dec 2). Second-placed Wayne Grady (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Jones (Aus), who birdied three of the last four holes to snatch the win. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1984
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Greg Norman (Aus) for the second straight year.
1984
Royal Melbourne
A$36,000
Played as the National Panasonic Australian Open (Nov 15-18). Second-placed Bob Stanton (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Watson (USA). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1984
Australian PGA
Norman, Greg
Monash
x
Played as the Toshiba Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Greg Norman (Aus).
1984
New Zealand Open
Pavin, Corey
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 6-9). Second-placed Terry Gale (Aus) finished 4 shots behind first-time Australia Tour winner Pavin (USA). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1984
New Zealand PGA
Turner, Greg
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Dec 29, 1984-Jan 1, 1985). Second-placed Frank Nobilo (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Greg Turner (NZ). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1983
Air New Zealand Open
Devlin, Bruce
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 1-4). Second-placed Bobby Clampett (USA) finished 1 shot behind Devlin (Aus), who birdied the last hole for a final round 4-under-par 66 and the title. Event reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather wiping out the third round. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1983
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Won by Greg Norman (Aus).
1983
Kingston Heath
A$27,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 17-20). Second-placed Ian Baker-Finch (Aus) finished 3 shots behind 24-year-old Fowler (Aus), who recorded his first significant win as a professional. [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1983
Australian PGA
Shearer, Bob
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Yakka Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Bob Shearer (Aus).
1983
New Zealand Open
Baker-Finch, Ian
Royal Auckland
NZ$18,000
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 24-27). Second-placed Stuart Reese (NZ) finished 3 shots behind 23-year-old Baker-Finch (Aus), who recorded his first win as a professional. [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1983
New Zealand PGA
Marsh, Graham
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Graham Marsh (Aus).
1982
Air New Zealand Open
Gale, Terry
Titirangi GC
NZ$13,530
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 2-5). Gale (Aus) beat Wayne Grady (Aus) with a birdie at the second playoff hole (par-4 17th). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1982
Australian Masters
Marsh, Graham
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Stewart Ginn (Aus) finished in second place behind Marsh (Aus).
1982
Shearer, Bob
Australian, The
A$40,500
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 18-21). Second-placed Jack Nicklaus (USA) and Payne Stewart (USA) finished 4 shots behind Bob Shearer (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1982
Australian PGA
Marsh, Graham
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Graham Marsh (Aus).
1982
New Zealand Open
Gale, Terry
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 25-28). Second-placed Bob Charles (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Gale (Aus). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1982
New Zealand PGA
Reese, Stuart
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Dec 9-12). Second-placed Jack Newton (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Reese (NZ). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1981
Air New Zealand Open
Shearer, Bob
Titirangi GC
NZ$12,780
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Dec 3-6). Second-placed Graham Marsh (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Shearer (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1981
Australian Masters
Norman, Greg
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Terry Gale (Aus) and N. Suzuki (Jpn) finished in second place behind Norman (Aus).
1981
Victoria GC, Aus
A$27,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 19-22). Second-placed and defending champion Greg Norman (Aus) finished 1 shot behind 30-year-old Rogers (USA). [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
1981
Australian PGA
Ballesteros, Seve
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bill Dunk (Aus) finished in second place behind Ballesteros (Esp).
1981
New Zealand Open
Shearer, Bob
Royal Wellington
A$10,512
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 10-13). Second-placed Terry Gale (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Shearer (Aus), who recorded his second Australia Tour win in as many weeks, and his second win in this event in four years. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1981
New Zealand PGA
Gale, Terry
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Dec; second of two NZ PGA Championships played in 1981). Won by Terry Gale (Aus). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1981
New Zealand PGA
Jones, Brian
Tauranga GC
NZ$6,240
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 2-5; first of two NZ PGA Championships played in 1981). Jones (Aus) beat John Lister (NZ) with an 18-foot birdie putt at the fourth playoff hole. Dennis Clark (NZ) was eliminated at the second playoff hole. [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1980
Air New Zealand Open
Darcy, Eamonn
Titirangi GC
NZ$14,300
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 27-30). Second-placed Lanny Wadkins (USA) finished 2 shots behind Darcy (Ire), who secured his first and only Australia Tour win. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1980
Australian Masters
Littler, Gene
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Rodger Davis (Aus) finished in second place behind Littler (USA).
1980
A$35,000
Played as the Dunhill Australian Open (Nov 13-16). Second-placed Brian Jones (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Norman (Aus), who posted the first of his five Australian Open wins. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1980
Australian PGA
Torrance, Sam
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Seve Ballesteros (Esp) finished in second place behind Torrance (Scot).
1980
New Zealand Open
Allin, Bud
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 4-7). Second-placed Eamonn Darcy (Ire) finished 1 shot behind Allin (USA), who recorded his first and only Australia Tour win. [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1980
New Zealand PGA
Charles, Bob
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by defending champion Bob Charles (NZ). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1979
Air New Zealand Open
Graham, David
Royal Wellington
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 29-Dec 2). Second-placed Rodger Davis (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Graham (Aus). [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1979
Australian Masters
Vivian, Barry
Huntingdale
x
Played as the Australian Masters. Bob Shearer (Aus) finished in second place behind Vivian (NZ).
1979
Newton, Jack
A$30,000
Played as the Dunhill Australian Open (Nov 15-18). Second-placed Graham Marsh (Aus) and Greg Norman (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Newton (Aus). Norman missed a three-foot putt on the final green that would have forced a playoff. [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1979
Australian PGA
Ginn, Stewart
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bob Shearer (Aus) and Bob Charles (NZ) finished in second place behind Ginn (Aus).
1979
New Zealand Open
Ginn, Stewart
St Clair GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 6-9). Second-placed Simon Owen (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Ginn (Aus). [St Clair GC, Dunedin, NZ].
1979
New Zealand PGA
Charles, Bob
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Bob Charles (NZ). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1978
Air New Zealand Open
Charles, Bob
Titirangi GC
Played as the Air New Zealand Shell Open (Nov 30-Dec 3). Second-placed Graham Marsh (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Charles (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1978
Australian, The
A$44,000
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 16-19). Second-placed Ben Crenshaw (USA) finished 6 shots behind Nicklaus (USA), who posted the last of his six Australian Open wins. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1978
A$20,000
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Second-placed Graham Marsh (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Irwin (USA), the only player to finish under par. [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1978
New Zealand Open
Shearer, Bob
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 7-10). Second-placed Brian Barnes (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Shearer (Aus), who prevailed during the rain-swept final two days. [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1978
New Zealand PGA
Owen, Simon
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 2/3). Second-placed Guy Wolstenholme (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Owen (NZ). Wolstenholme had a four shot lead with three holes to play, but finished double-bogey, double-bogey, par to surrender the lead. [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1977
Air New Zealand Open
Good, David
Titirangi GC
A$13,200
Played as the New Zealand Airlines Open (Oct 20-23). David Good (Aus) beat Billy Dunk (Aus) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-4 16th). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1977
Australian, The
A$39,600
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 17-20). Second-placed Don January (USA), Bruce Lietzke (USA) and John Lister (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Graham (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1977
Australian PGA
Cahill, Mike
Yarra Yarra
x
Played as the Telecom Australian PGA Ch'ship. M. Ferguson finished in second place behind Cahill (Aus).
1977
New Zealand Open
Byman, Bob
Auckland GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 8-11). Second-placed Terry Gale (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Byman (USA), who recorded his first and only Australia Tour win. [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1977
New Zealand PGA
Lister, John
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 6-9). Second-placed Bob Charles (NZ) and John Downie (Eng) finished 1 shot behind defending champion John Lister (NZ), who birdied the final hole to clinch the last of his three wins in this event. [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1976
Air New Zealand Open
Shearer, Bob
Russley GC
Played as the New Zealand Airlines Classic (Nov 18-21). Second-placed Bill Brask (USA) and John Lister (NZ) finished 9 shots behind Shearer (Aus). [Russley GC, Christchurch, NZ].
1976
Australian, The
A$32,000
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 28-31). Second-placed Curtis Strange (USA) finished 4 shots behind defending champion Nicklaus (USA), who recorded the fifth of his six Australian Open wins. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1976
Dunk, Bill
Rosebud, Aus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Dunk (Aus) beat P. Croker (Aus) in a playoff (Dunk 71, Croker 75). [Rosebud CC, nr Melbourne, Aus].
1976
New Zealand Open
Owen, Simon
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 3-6). Second-placed Doug McClelland (Eng) finished 7 shots behind Owen (NZ). [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1976
New Zealand PGA
Lister, John
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by John Lister (NZ). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1975
Air New Zealand Open
Brask, Bill
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the New Zealand Airlines Classic (Nov 13-16). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Brask (USA). [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1975
Australian, The
A$8,820
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 30-Nov 2). Second-placed Bill Brask (USA) finished 3 shots behind Nicklaus (USA), who posted the fourth of his six Australian Open wins. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1975
Australian PGA
Bennetts, Vic
Burleigh Heads
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Kel Nagle (Aus), R. Taylor and B. Moran finished in second place behind Bennetts (Aus).
1975
Dunk, Bill
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 20-24). Second-placed Bruce Fleisher (USA) and Bill Brask (USA) finished 4 shots behind Dunk (Aus), who recorded his second win in this event in four years. Monday finish required following earlier rain delays. [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1975
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won for the third straight year by Kel Nagle (Aus), who recorded the last of his seven wins in this event. [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1974
Air New Zealand Open
Kite, Tom
NZ$6,500
Played as the City of Auckland Classic (Nov 14-17). Second-placed Stewart Ginn (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Kite (USA).
1974
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 31-Nov 3). Second-placed Norman Wood (Scot) finished 3 shots behind Player (RSA), who posted the last of his seven Australian Open wins. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
1974
Dunk, Bill
Liverpool, Aus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Dunk (Aus) beat Ian Stanley (Aus) in a playoff (Dunk 71, Stanley 72). [Liverpool GC, Sydney, Aus].
1974
New Zealand Open
Gilder, Bob
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 21-24). Bob Gilder (USA) beat Bob Charles (NZ) with a birdie at the third playoff hole. Jack Newton (Aus) was eliminated at the second playoff hole. Gilder became the first American to win this title. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1974
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by defending champion Kel Nagle (Aus). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1973
Royal Queensland
A$6,000
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 25-28). Second-placed Jerry Breaux (USA) finished 2 shots behind Jesse Carlyle "J.C." Snead (USA). [Royal Queensland GC, Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Qld.].
1973
Vines, Randall
Bonnie Doon
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Vines (Aus) beat Stewart Ginn (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1973
New Zealand Open
Charles, Bob
Manawatu GC
NZ$3,000
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 22-25). Second-placed Ian Stanley (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Charles (NZ), who recorded the last of his four wins in this event. [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1973
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Kel Nagle (Aus). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1972
Played as the Qantas Australian Open (Oct 26-30). 43-year-old Thomson (Aus) beat 26-year-old David Graham (Aus) in an 18-hole playoff (Thomson 68, Graham 74), to record the last of his three Australian Open wins. [Kooyonga GC, Lockleys, Adelaide, SA].
1972
Vines, Randall
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bill Dunk (Aus) finished in second place behind Vines (Aus). [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1972
New Zealand Open
Dunk, Bill
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 23-26). Second-placed Maurice Bembridge (Eng), who bogeyed the final hole, finished 1 shot behind Dunk (Aus). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1972
New Zealand PGA
Ozaki, Jumbo
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 5-8). Won by Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn); the legendary player's only significant tournament win outside of his native Japan. [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1972
World Cup of Golf (Indiv)
Hsieh, Min-nan
Royal Melbourne
$1,000
Played as the International Trophy (Nov 9-12; best individual score at the World Cup of Golf). Second-placed Takaaki Kono (Jpn) finished 2 shots behind Hsieh Min-nan (Taiw). Team winners of the World Cup: Hsieh Min-nan & Lu Liang-huan (Taiw). Reduced to 54 holes; second round cancelled due to bad weather. [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1971
Royal Hobart
A$4,176
Played as the Qantas Australian Open (Oct 28-31). Second-placed Bruce Crampton (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Nicklaus (USA), who posted the third of six Australian Open wins. [Royal Hobart GC, Seven Mile Beach, Tasmania].
1971
Australian PGA
Dunk, Bill
Surfers Paradise
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bob Shaw (Aus) and Graham Marsh (Aus) finished in second place behind Dunk (Aus).
1971
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 25-28). Second-placed Maurice Bembridge (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who won this title for the ninth (and last) time in 21 years. [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1971
New Zealand PGA
Lister, John
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by John Lister (NZ). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1970
Kingston Heath
A$3,360
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 22-25). Second-placed Bruce Devlin (Aus) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Player (RSA), who posted the sixth of his seven Australian Open wins. [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1970
Australian PGA
Devlin, Bruce
Surfers Paradise
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. T. Woolbank, P. Harvey and J. Dyer finished in second place behind Devlin (Aus).
1970
New Zealand Open
Charles, Bob
Grange, The (NZ)
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 26-29). Second-placed Graham Marsh (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Charles (NZ), who recorded the third of his four wins in this event. [The Grange GC, Otahuhu, Auckland. Now part of Royal Auckland & Grange GC].
1970
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Kel Nagle (Aus). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1969
Royal Sydney
A$2,800
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].
1969
Australian PGA
Devlin, Bruce
Royal Canberra
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. T. Murakami (Jpn) finished in second place behind Devlin (Aus).
1969
New Zealand Open
Nagle, Kel
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 27-30). Second-placed John Lister (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Nagle (Aus), who won this title for the third straight year, and recorded the last of his seven wins in this event. [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1969
New Zealand PGA
Kendall, Terry
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 6-9). Won by 21-year-old Terry Kendall (NZ). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1968
A$2,800
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 24-27). Second-placed Gary Player (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Nicklaus (USA), who recorded the second of his six Australian Open wins. An 8-foot birdie putt at the last hole clinched it for the Golden Bear. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
1968
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Jack Nicklaus (USA) finished in second place behind Nagle (Aus).
1968
New Zealand Open
Nagle, Kel
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 28-Dec 1). Second-placed Frank Phillips (Aus) finished 7 shots behind defending champion Nagle (Aus). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1968
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Bob
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (January). Won by Robert J. "Bob" Shaw (Aus). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1967
Commonwealth GC
A$2,800
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 25-28). Second-placed Colin Johnston (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who posted the second of his three Australian Open wins. [Commonwealth GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Vic].
1967
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Colin Johnston (Aus) and Frank Phillips (Aus) finished in second place behind Thomson (Aus).
1967
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 16-19). Second-placed Ted Ball (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Nagle (Aus). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1967
New Zealand PGA
Jacklin, Tony
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 5-8). Jacklin (Eng) beat Martin Roesink (Neth) in an 18-hole playoff (Jacklin 69; Roesink 75). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1966
Royal Queensland
A$1,600
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 27-30). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Palmer (USA). [Royal Queensland GC, Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Qld.].
1966
Australian PGA
Dunk, Bill
Royal Sydney
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Peter Thomson (Aus) finished in second place behind Dunk (Aus).
1966
New Zealand Open
Charles, Bob
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 17-20). Second-placed Guy Wolstenholme (Eng) finished 13 shots behind Bob Charles (NZ), who recorded his second NZ Open win, and first as a professional. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1966
New Zealand PGA
Newdick, Ross
Tauranga GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Ross Newdick (NZ). [Tauranga GC, Gate Pa, Tauranga, NZ].
1965
A$1,120
Played as the Australian Open (50th) (Oct 28-30). Second-placed Frank Phillips (Aus) and Jack Nicklaus (USA) finished 6 shots behind Player (RSA), who claimed the fourth of his seven Australian Open wins. Player shot 11-under par rounds of 62 in the first and third rounds of the championship. [Kooyonga GC, Lockleys, Adelaide, SA].
1965
Australian PGA
Nagle, Kel
Riversdale
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Frank Phillips (Aus) finished in second place behind Nagle (Aus).
1965
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 18-21). Second-placed Bob Charles (NZ) and defending champion Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who recorded his eighth win in this event. [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1965
New Zealand PGA
Coxon, Barry
Mt Maunganui
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Jan 8-10). Won by Barry Coxon (Aus). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].
1964
A$1,060
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 29-Nov 1). Nicklaus (USA) beat Bruce Devlin (Aus) in an 18-hole playoff (Nicklaus 67, Devlin 70), to record the first of his six Australian Open wins. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1964
Australian PGA
Johnston, Colin
Monash
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bruce Devlin (Aus) finished in second place behind Johnston (Aus). After many years as a Match Play event, this was the first year the Australian PGA was decided over 4 rounds of strokeplay.
1964
New Zealand Open
Nagle, Kel
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 19-22). Second-placed Frank Phillips (Aus) finished 12 shots behind Nagle (Aus). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1964
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played in 1964.
1963
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 31-Nov 2). Second-placed Bruce Devlin (Aus) finished 7 shots behind defending champion Player (RSA), who posted the third of his seven Australian Open wins. [East course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1963
Johnston, Colin
Oatlands GC
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Johnston (Aus) beat Ron Howell (USA) 3 and 2 in the final. [Oatlands GC, Oatlands, nr Sydney, NSW].
1963
New Zealand Open
Devlin, Bruce
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Sept 26-29). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 1 shots behind Devlin (Aus). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1963
New Zealand PGA
Tuohy, Bob
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Bob Tuohy (Aus). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1962
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 1-3). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Player (RSA), who posted the second of his seven Australian Open wins. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1962
Dunk, Bill
Rossdale
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Dunk (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 8 and 7 in the final.
1962
New Zealand Open
Nagle, Kel
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 25-28). Second-placed Walter Godfrey (NZ, amateur) finished 2 shots behind Nagle (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1962
New Zealand PGA
Southerden, Ernie
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Southerden (Eng/NZ) posted the last of his three wins in this event. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1961
Phillips, Frank
Victoria GC, Aus
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 23-25). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Phillips (Aus). [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
1961
Murray, Alan
Rossdale
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Murray (Aus) beat Frank Phillips (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1961
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 11-14). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 9 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who won this event for the third straight year. This was the fifth straight year that Thomson and Nagle finished in the top two positions. [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1961
New Zealand PGA
Charles, Bob
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Bob Charles (NZ) recorded the last of his three wins in this event. [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1960
Devlin, Bruce
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 18-20). Second-placed Edward "Ted" Ball (Aus, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Devlin (Aus, amateur, described in the press as a master plumber). [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
1960
Sullivan, John
Royal Fremantle
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Sullivan (Aus) beat Norman Von Nida (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1960
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Invercargill GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 18-19). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Thomson (Aus). [Invercargill GC, Otatara, Invercargill, NZ].
1960
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Invercargill GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Nagle (Aus) recorded his third win in in four years in this event. [Invercargill GC, Otatara, Invercargill, NZ].
1959
Australian, The
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 10-12). Second-placed Vic Bulgin (Aus, amateur) and John Sullivan (Aus) finished 5 shots behind 38-year-old Nagle (Aus), who recorded his first and only Australian Open win. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1959
New South Wales GC
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Nagle (Aus) beat Peter Thomson (Aus) 5 and 3 in the final.
1959
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the New Zealand Open (Sept 24-27). Thomson (Aus) beat defending champion Kel Nagle (Aus) in an 18-hole playoff (Thomson 67; Nagle 73). On the final hole of regulation play, Nagle holed his approach shot for an eagle-three to force the playoff. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1959
New Zealand PGA
Southerden, Ernie
Paraparaumu Beach
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Southerden (Eng/NZ). [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1959
World Cup of Golf (Indiv)
Leonard, Stan
Royal Melbourne
$1,000
Played as the International Trophy (Nov 18-21; best individual 72-hole score at the Canada Cup). Stan Leonard (Can) beat Peter Thomson (Aus) with a par-four at the first playoff hole. Team winners of the Canada Cup: Peter Thomson & Kel Nagle (Aus). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1958
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 28-30). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Player (S Africa), who recorded the first of his seven Australian Open wins. [Kooyonga GC, Lockleys, Adelaide, SA].
1958
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Nagle (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 6 and 5 in the final.
1958
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 15-18). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Nagle (Aus). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1958
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by defending champion Nagle (Aus). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1957
Phillips, Frank
Kingston Heath
Played as the Australian Open (Nov 14-16). Second-placed Ossie Pickworth (Aus) and Gary Player (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Phillips (Aus). [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1957
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Player (S Africa) beat Peter Thomson (Aus) by 2 holes in the final. [Huntingdale GC, Oakleigh South, Melbourne].
1957
New Zealand Open
Nagle, Kel
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 10-12). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Nagle (Aus). [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1957
New Zealand PGA
Nagle, Kel
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Kel Nagle (Aus). [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1956
Royal Sydney
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].
1956
Wilson, Les
St Michael's
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Wilson (Aus) beat L. Woodward (Aus) 4 and 2 in the final.
1956
New Zealand Open
Berwick, Harry
Christchurch GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 11-13). Second-placed Bob Charles (NZ) finished 2 shots behind Berwick (Aus; amateur), who was described in news articles as a 33-year-old bricklaying contractor. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1956
New Zealand PGA
Kelly, John
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by John Kelly (NZ). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1955
Gailes, Aus
Played as the Australian Open (May 26-28). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) and Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Locke (RSA). [Gailes GC, Brisbane, Aus].
1955
Pickworth, Ossie
Indooroopilly
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Pickworth (Aus) beat Frank Phillips (Aus) 8 and 7 in the final.
1955
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 6-8). Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 10 shots behind Thomson (Aus). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1955
New Zealand PGA
Phillips, Frank
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Frank Phillips (Aus). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1954
Pickworth, Ossie
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 2-4). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Pickworth (Aus), who posted the last of his four Australian Open wins. [Kooyonga GC, Lockleys, Adelaide, SA].
1954
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].
1954
New Zealand Open
Charles, Bob
Royal Wellington
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 6-8). Second-placed Bruce Crampton (Aus) finished 2 shots behind 18-year-old left-hander Bob Charles (NZ, amateur), who recorded his first win in a national Open Championship. Charles was described in the press as a bank clerk. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1954
New Zealand PGA
Crampton, Bruce
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Bruce Crampton (Aus). [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1953
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 22-24). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Von Nida (Aus), who recorded the last of his three Australian Open wins. [East course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1953
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Pickworth (Aus) beat Peter Thomson (Aus) by 1 hole in the final.
1953
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Nov 13-15). Second-placed Frank Buckler (NZ) finished 5 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who won this event for the third time in four years. [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1953
New Zealand PGA
Thomson, Peter
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Peter Thomson (Aus). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1952
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 29-31). Second-placed Ossie Pickworth (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Von Nida (Aus), who posted the second of his three Australian Open wins. [Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth, WA, Aus].
1952
Holder, William
Roseville
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Holder (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1952
New Zealand Open
Murray, Alex
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Harry Berwick (Aus, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Murray (Eng/NZ), who recorded the last of his three wins in this event. [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1952
New Zealand PGA
Hudson, George
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by George Hudson (NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1951
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 4-6). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) finished 4 shots behind 22-year-old Thomson (Aus), who posted the first of his three Australian Open wins. [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1951
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Von Nida (Aus) beat Ossie Pickworth (Aus) 6 and 5 in the final.
1951
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (Sept 27-29). Second-placed Frank Buckler (NZ) and Tim Woon (NZ, amateur) finished 4 shots behind defending champion Thomson (Aus). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1951
New Zealand PGA
Jackson, Bob
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Robert A. "Bob" Jackson (NZ). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1950
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 24-26). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Von Nida (Aus), who recorded the first of his three Australian Open wins. [Kooyonga GC, Lockleys, Adelaide, SA].
1950
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Von Nida (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 6 and 5 in the final. [The Lakes GC, Sydney, Aus].
1950
New Zealand Open
Thomson, Peter
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Alf Guy (NZ) finished 9 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who recorded the first of his nine NZ Open titles. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1950
New Zealand PGA
Southerden, Ernie
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Southerden (Eng/NZ). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1949
Cremin, Eric
Australian, The
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 29-Oct 1). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Cremin (Aus), who shot a 4-under-par 31 on the final nine holes. Cremin was already in the lead when defending champion Ossie Pickworth (Aus), who held a six shot lead going into the final round, took an eight at the par-4 last. Even worse for Pickworth he was then disqualified for incorrectly recording that final hole score. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1949
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Nagle (Aus) beat Teddy Naismith (Aus) 7 and 5 in the final.
1949
New Zealand Open
Galloway, James
Hastings GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Bob Glading (NZ) and L.B. Johnstone (NZ, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Galloway (NZ). [Hastings GC, Bridge Pa, Hastings, NZ].
1949
New Zealand PGA
Glading, Bob
Hastings GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Bob Glading (NZ). [Hastings GC, Bridge Pa, Hastings, NZ].
1948
Pickworth, Ossie
Kingston Heath
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 21-24). Pickworth (Aus) beat Jim Ferrier (Aus) in an 18-hole playoff (Pickworth 71, Ferrier 74). Pickworth posted his third straight win in this event, and the third of his four Australian Open victories. [Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne, Australia].
1948
Royal Hobart
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Von Nida (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final. [Royal Hobart GC, Seven Mile Beach, Tasmania].
1948
New Zealand Open
Murray, Alex
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Bryan Silk (NZ, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Murray (Eng/NZ). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1948
New Zealand PGA
Murray, Alex
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Defending champion Alex Murray (Eng/NZ) recorded the last of his four wins in this event. [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1947
Pickworth, Ossie
Royal Queensland
Played as the Australian Open (June 5/6). Second-placed F.W. "Billy" McWilliam (Aus) finished 6 shots behind defending champion Pickworth (Aus), who posted the second of his four Australian Open wins. [Royal Queensland GC, Eagle Farm, Brisbane, Qld.].
1947
Pickworth, Ossie
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Pickworth (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1947
New Zealand Open
Glading, Bob
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Alex Murray (Eng/NZ) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Glading (NZ). Glading (who continued playing golf into his 90s) won the 1946 NZ Open as an amateur, and successfully defended as a professional. [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1947
New Zealand PGA
Murray, Alex
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Alex Murray (Eng/NZ). [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1946
Pickworth, Ossie
Royal Sydney
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].
1946
Manly GC
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Von Nida (Aus) beat Eric Cremin (Aus) by 1 hole in the final. [Manly GC, Manly, nr Sydney, Aus].
1946
New Zealand Open
Glading, Bob
Manawatu GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open. Glading (NZ, amateur) beat Norman Fuller (NZ) in a playoff. [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1946
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) posted the last of his seven wins in the New Zealand PGA, matching the seven wins he enjoyed in the New Zealand Open. [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1945
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1945
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1945
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1945
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1944
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1944
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1944
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1944
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1943
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1943
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1943
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1943
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1942
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1942
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1942
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1942
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1941
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1941
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1941
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1941
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1940
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1940-45 due to World War II.
1940
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to World War II.
1940
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War II.
1940
New Zealand PGA
(not played)
x
New Zealand PGA Championship not played due to World War II.
1939
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 24-26). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) and Martin Smith (Aus) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Ferrier (Aus, amateur). [West course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1939
Naismith, Ted
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Teddy Naismith (Aus) beat his brother George Naismith (Aus) 7 and 5 in the final.
1939
Hornabrook, John
Miramar GC, NZ
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Alex Murray (NZ) finished 3 shots behind John Hornabrook (NZ, amateur), who won this event for the second time in three years. [Miramar GC, Wellington, NZ].
1939
Murray, Alex
Miramar GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Alex Murray (Eng/NZ). [Miramar GC, Wellington, NZ].
1938
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 18-20). Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) finished 14 shots behind Ferrier (Aus, amateur). [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1938
Cremin, Eric
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Cremin (Aus) beat C. Booth (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1938
New Zealand Open
Locke, Bobby
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open (November). Second-placed Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) and Basil J. Smith Jr (NZ) finished 3 shots behind 20-year-old Locke (S Africa). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1938
New Zealand PGA
Fuller, Norman
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Norman Fuller (NZ). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1937
Naismith, George
Australian, The
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 9-11). Second-placed Tom McKay (Aus, amateur), O.V. "Ossie" Walker (Aus) and D.J. Davies (amateur) finished 1 shot behind Naismith (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1937
Cremin, Eric
Australian, The
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Cremin (Aus) beat Sam Richardson (Aus) 4 and 2 in the final.
1937
Hornabrook, John
Hamilton GC, NZ
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 1-3). Hornabrook (NZ, amateur) beat Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) and Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) in an 18-hole playoff (Hornabrook 73; Moss 75; Shaw 76). Alex Murray (Eng/NZ), the winner in 1935, had the lowest four round total, but was disqualified for making a practice putt on the fringe of the 8th green in the final round. [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1937
New Zealand PGA
Douglas, Ted
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot) posted his second win in this event. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1936
A£50
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 24-26). Second-placed Harry Williams (Aus, amateur) finished 4 shots behind Sarazen (USA). [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1936
Clifford, William
Oakleigh
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Clifford (Aus) beat R. Harris (Aus) 4 and 2 in the final.
1936
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
New Plymouth GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Alf Guy (NZ) and Tom Galloway (NZ) finished 5 shots behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ), who recorded the last of his seven wins in this event. He also recorded seven wins in the New Zealand PGA Championship. [New Plymouth GC, Ngamotu Links, New Plymouth, NZ].
1936
New Zealand PGA
Clements, Charlie
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Clements (NZ). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1935
McMahon, Fergus
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 23/24). Second-placed Jim Ferrier (Aus, amateur) finished 1 shot behind McMahon (Aus). [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1935
Richardson, Sam
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Richardson (Aus) beat H. Boorer (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1935
New Zealand Open
Murray, Alex
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed and defending champion Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) finished 2 shots behind Murray (Eng/NZ), who recorded the first of his three wins in this event. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1935
New Zealand PGA
Murray, Alex
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Alex Murray (Eng/NZ). [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1934
Bolger, Billy
Royal Sydney
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
Kelly, Lou
Royal Sydney
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Kelly (Aus) beat Bill Bolger (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1934
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Norrie Bell (NZ) finished 5 shots behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1934
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) recorded his fourth straight win in this event, and sixth win in seven years. [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1933
Kelly, Lou
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 8/9). Second-placed Jim Ferrier (Aus, amateur), Reg Jupp (Aus) and A.W. "Gus" Jackson (Aus, amateur) finished 3 shots behind M.L. "Lou" Kelly (Aus). [West course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
1933
Richardson, Sam
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Richardson (Aus) beat A. Spence (Aus) 9 & 7 in the final.
1933
New Zealand Open
Moss, Ernie
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) beat Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot) in a 36-hole playoff (Moss 146; Douglas 155). Moss recorded the last of his three wins in this event. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1933
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Titirangi GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. A.H. Dyke finished in second place behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) recorded his third straight win in this event, and fifth win in six years. [Titirangi GC, New Lynn, Auckland, NZ].
1932
Ryan, Mick
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 18/19). Second-placed Fergus McMahon (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Ryan (Aus, amateur). [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1932
McMahon, Fergus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. McMahon (Aus, b. Scotland) beat George Naismith (Aus) 7 and 6 in the final. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1932
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur) finished 5 shots behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ), who won this event for the fourth straight year. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1932
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot) finished in second place behind defending champion Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ), who posted his fourth win in five years in this event. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1931
Whitton, Ivo
Australian, The
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 28/29). Second-placed Jim Ferrier (Aus, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Whitton (Aus, amateur), who posted the last of five Australian Open wins. [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1931
Spence, John
Australian, The
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. John Donald Spence (Aus) beat Bill Bolger (Aus) 2 and 1 in the final.
1931
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Ewan MacFarlane (NZ) finished 1 shot behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ), who won this event for the third straight year. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1931
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. G.B. Forrest finished in second place behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) won this event for the third time in four years. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1930
Eyre, Frank
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 11/12; first year the Stonehaven Cup was presented to the winner). Second-placed Rufus Stewart (Aus) and C.H. "George" Fawcett (Aus, amateur) finished 7 shots behind Eyre (Aus). [Metropolitan GC, South Oakleigh, Melbourne, Aus].
1930
Robertson, Jock
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Robertson (Aus) beat Rufus Stewart (Aus, b. Scotland) 2 and 1 in the final.
1930
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Fred Rutter (NZ), John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ) and D.C. Collins (NZ, amateur) finished 18 shots behind defending champion and runaway winner Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ). [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1930
New Zealand PGA
Rutter, Fred
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ) finished in second place behind Rutter (NZ). [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1929
Whitton, Ivo
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 22/23). Second-placed Frank Eyre (Aus) and Rufus Stewart (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Whitton (Aus, amateur), who recorded the fourth of his five Australian Open wins. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1929
Stewart, Rufus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Stewart (Aus, b. Scotland) beat Ernie Bissett (Aus) 8 and 7 in the final. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1929
New Zealand Open
Shaw, Andrew
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed T.H. Horton (NZ, amateur) finished 3 shots behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1929
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. For the second year running Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) finished in second place behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1928
Popplewell, Fred
Royal Sydney
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].
1928
Australian PGA
(not known)
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Championship result not known.
1928
New Zealand Open
Morpeth, Sloan
Otago GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) finished 2 shots behind Morpeth (NZ, amateur). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1928
New Zealand PGA
Shaw, Andrew
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) finished in second place behind Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1927
Stewart, Rufus
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 1/2). Second-placed Henry Roland "Harry" Sinclair (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Stewart (Aus). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1927
Australian PGA
(not known)
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Championship result not known.
1927
Moss, Ernie
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) and Norrie Bell (NZ, amateur) finished 4 shots behind Moss (Eng/NZ). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1927
McIntosh, Jock
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. R.C. "Reg" Butters (NZ) finished in second place behind defending champion John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1926
Whitton, Ivo
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 26/27). Second-placed Rufus Stewart (Aus) finished 3 shots behind Whitton (Aus, amateur), who posted the third of his five Australian Open wins. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1926
Eyre, Frank
Australian, The
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Frank (Happy) Eyre (Aus) beat Arthur Le Fevre (Aus) 6 and 5 in the final.
1926
Shaw, Andrew
Miramar GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open. Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) beat Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) in an 18-hole playoff (Shaw 76; Moss 80). Shaw recorded the first of his seven wins in this event. [Miramar GC, Wellington, NZ].
1926
McIntosh, Jock
Miramar GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) finished in second place behind John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ). [Miramar GC, Wellington, NZ].
1925
Popplewell, Fred
Australian, The
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 22/23). Second-placed Tom Howard (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Popplewell (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1925
Howard, Tom
Australian, The
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Howard (Aus) beat Fred Popplewell (Aus) 3 and 1 in the final.
1925
New Zealand Open
MacFarlane, Ewan
Christchurch GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open (Oct 2/3). Second-placed Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) and John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ) finished 2 shots behind MacFarlane (NZ, amateur). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1925
New Zealand PGA
Moss, Ernie
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. H.R. Blair finished in second place behind Moss (Eng/NZ), who won this event for the third straight year, to record the last of his three New Zealand PGA titles. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1924
Russell, Alex
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 4/5). Second-placed Carnegie Clark (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Russell (Aus, amateur). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1924
Howard, Tom
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Howard (Aus) beat Arthur Le Fevre (Aus) 3 and 2 in the final.
1924
New Zealand Open
Moss, Ernie
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand Open (Sept 5-7). Second-placed Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur) finished 10 shots behind Moss (Eng/NZ). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1924
New Zealand PGA
Moss, Ernie
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. John "Jock" McIntosh (NZ) finished in second place behind defending champion Moss (Eng/NZ). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1923
Howard, Tom
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 16-17). Second-placed E. Ham (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Howard (Aus). [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1923
Popplewell, Fred
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Popplewell (Aus) beat Rufus Stewart (Aus, b. Scotland) 2 and 1 in the final. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1923
New Zealand Open
Brooks, Arthur
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed F.G. "Fred" Hood (NZ), Joe Clements (NZ), Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur) and Jack Black (NZ, amateur) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Arthur Brooks (NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1923
New Zealand PGA
Moss, Ernie
Wanganui GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Arthur Brooks (NZ) finished in second place behind Moss (Eng/NZ). [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1922
Campbell, Charlie
Royal Sydney
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
Campbell, Charlie
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].
1922
New Zealand Open
Brooks, Arthur
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Jack Black (NZ, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Arthur Brooks (NZ). [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1922
New Zealand PGA
Ham, Arthur
Manawatu GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. Andrew "Andy" Shaw (Scot/NZ) finished in second place behind Arthur Ham (Eng), who was the professional at Masterton GC (near Wellington) at the time. [Manawatu GC, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ].
1921
Le Fevre, Arthur
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 17/18). Second-placed Thomas Forster "Tom" Rutledge (Aus, amateur) finished 10 shots behind Le Fevre (Aus). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1921
Australian PGA
Le Fevre, Arthur
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Arthur Le Fevre (Aus).
1921
New Zealand Open
Douglas, Ted
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Ernie Moss (Eng/NZ) finished 9 shots behind Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot), who won this event for the fourth time in five years. [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1921
New Zealand PGA
Douglas, Ted
Christchurch GC
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship. J.A. "Joe" Clements (NZ) finished in second place behind Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1920
Kirkwood, Joe
Australian, The
Played as the Australian Open (July 16/17). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 5 shots behind Joe Kirkwood Sr (Aus). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1920
(not known)
Concord GC, Aus
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Championship result not known. [Concord GC, Sydney, Aus].
1920
Kirkwood, Joe
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Arthur East (Aus) and Sloan Morpeth (NZ, amateur) finished 11 shots behind Joe Kirkwood Sr (Aus). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1920
Kirkwood, Joe
Hamilton GC, NZ
Played as the inaugural New Zealand PGA Championship. Won by Joe Kirkwood (Aus). [St Andrews course, Hamilton GC, Hamilton, NZ].
1919
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1919
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1919
New Zealand Open
Douglas, Ted
Napier GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot) beat Sloan Morpeth (NZ, amateur) in an 18-hole playoff (Douglas 82; Morpeth 85). [Napier GC, Waiohiki, Napier, NZ].
1918
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1918
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1918
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War I.
1917
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1917
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1917
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War I.
1916
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1916
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1916
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War I.
1915
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1915
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1915
New Zealand Open
(not played)
x
New Zealand Open not played due to World War I.
1914
(not played)
x
Australian Open not played 1914-19 due to World War I.
1914
Australian PGA
(not played)
x
Not played due to the Great War.
1914
New Zealand Open
Douglas, Ted
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1913
Whitton, Ivo
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 29/30). Second-placed Audley Raoul "Ben" Lempriere (Aus, amateur) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Whitton (Aus, amateur), who recorded the second of his five Australian Open wins. [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1913
Australian PGA
Clark, Carnegie
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Carnegie Clark (Aus).
1913
New Zealand Open
Douglas, Ted
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed Reg Butters (NZ) finished 9 shots behind Edward S. "Ted" Douglas (Scot). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1912
Whitton, Ivo
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 13/14). Second-placed Fred Popplewell (Aus) and Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 5 shots behind Whitton (Aus, amateur), who posted the first of his five Australian Open wins. [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1912
Australian PGA
(not known)
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Championship result not known.
1912
New Zealand Open
Clements, Joe
Royal Wellington
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed B.B. Wood (NZ) finished shots behind J.A. "Joe" Clements (NZ), who recorded the last of his three wins in this event. [Wellington GC, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt, nr Wellington, NZ; from 2004 Royal Wellington GC].
1911
Clark, Carnegie
Royal Sydney
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
Australian PGA
Campbell, Charlie
Royal Sydney
x
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.
1911
New Zealand Open
Duncan, Arthur
Wanganui GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open (Sept 4/5). Second-placed J.C. Johnson (NZ) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur), who recorded the last of his three wins in this event. [Wanganui GC, Belmont Links, Whanganui, NZ].
1910
Clark, Carnegie
Royal Adelaide
Played as the Australian Open (Aug 12/13). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 11 shots behind Clark (Aus). Soutar was runner-up for the fifth straight year. [Royal Adelaide GC, Seaton, Adelaide, SA].
1910
Australian PGA
Soutar, Dan
Glenelg
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland) beat J.H. Scott (Aus) by 3 shots in a 36-hole strokeplay final.
1910
New Zealand Open
Duncan, Arthur
Christchurch GC
amateur
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed and defending champion Joe Clements (NZ) finished 11 shots behind Arthur Duncan (NZ, amateur). [Christchurch GC, Shirley Links, Christchurch, NZ].
1909
Felstead, Claude
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 9-10). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 2 shots behind Felstead (Aus, amateur). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1909
Australian PGA
Clark, Carnegie
Oakleigh
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Won by Carnegie Clark (Aus).
1909
New Zealand Open
Clements, Joe
Royal Auckland
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed J. Carne Bidwell (NZ, amateur) finished 6 shots behind defending champion J.A. "Joe" Clements (NZ). [Auckland GC, Cornwall Park Links, One Tree Hill, Auckland. This course no longer exists, and was abandoned by the Club in 1909].
1908
Pearce, Clyde
Australian, The
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (July 10/11). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 3 shots behind Pearce (Aus, amateur). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
1908
Clark, Carnegie
Australian, The
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Clark (Aus, b. Scotland) beat Victor East (Aus) 4 and 3 in the final.
1908
New Zealand Open
Clements, Joe
Otago GC
Played as the New Zealand Open. Second-placed David Hood (NZ) finished 1 shot behind 19-year-old J.A. "Joe" Clements (NZ). [Otago GC, Balmacewen, Dunedin, NZ].
1907
Scott, Michael
Royal Melbourne
amateur
Played as the Australian Open (Sept 26/27). Second-placed Dan Soutar (Scot/Aus) finished 8 shots behind the Hon. Michael Scott (Eng, amateur). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1907
Soutar, Dan
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland) beat Alex McLaren (Aus) 4 and 3 in the final.
1907
New Zealand Open
Duncan, Arthur
Napier GC
amateur
The inaugural New Zealand Open (Sept 11-13; played over 36 holes; from 1908 onward played over 72 holes). Second-placed J. Carne Bidwell (NZ) finished 7 shots behind Arthur Duncan (NZ; amateur). John "Jack" McLaren (Scot) won £25 as the lowest scoring professional; David Hood (NZ) received £10 as second lowest professional. [Napier GC, Waiohiki, Napier, NZ].
1906
Clark, Carnegie
Royal Sydney
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
Soutar, Dan
Royal Sydney
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland) beat F.G. Hood (NZ) 5 and 3 in the final.
1905
Soutar, Dan
Royal Melbourne
Played as the Australian Open (Oct 26/27). Second-placed and defending champion Hon. Michael Scott (Eng, amateur) finished 10 shots behind Soutar (Scot/Aus). [Sandringham course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus. This course no longer exists; it lay to the north and west of RMGC's current West course].
1905
Soutar, Dan
Royal Melbourne
x
Played as the Australian PGA Ch'ship. Soutar (Aus, b. Scotland) beat Martin 4 and 3 in the final.
1904
Scott, Michael
Australian, The
amateur
Played as the inaugural Australian Open (Sept 2/3). Second-placed H.L. Hyland (amateur) finished 8 shots behind the Hon. Michael Scott (Eng, amateur). [The Australian GC, Rosebery, Sydney, Aus].
 

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