ISPS Handa Vic Open 2019

R4 Law seals maiden title with dramatic finish in Australia

February 07-10
13th Beach Golf Links, Victoria, Australia
A$1,500,000

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David Law produced an incredible finish to overhaul Wade Ormsby and win his first European Tour title at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.

The Scotsman had called a penalty on himself to surrender a bogey on the ninth after accidentally making his ball move, which left him five shots back at the turn. He was still three shots off the pace as he stood on the 16th tee at 13th Beach Golf Links but he made a birdie there and then produced a stunning second shot to eight feet on the par-five 18th hole to set up an eagle.

“I never thought it would have happened at the start of today, but I dug in on the back nine. Especially those last three holes, we tried hard to finish really strong. We just knew on 18 that we were in the hunt. Until then it was just try to get in position for a top three, top two finish.

“Standing on the 18th fairway we knew making eagle we would put pressure on. Had a great shot in. It was a nice putt. It was eight feet down the hill, pretty straight. You just needed to get it going. I mean, it was amazing. I kind of thought I pulled it a little bit and it snuck in the left edge. It was a relief to see it drop."

That big finish put the 27 year old into a share of the lead with Ormsby at 18 under par and when the home favourite made a double-bogey on the 17th, he needed an eagle of his own on the last to force a play-off. When he could only make a birdie, Challenge Tour graduate Law secured a one-shot victory in just his 18th European Tour appearance.

“You’ve got to try to take the positives from it. Disappointed for sure, would have been nice to get one on home soil, but onwards to next week.

“The game feels strong, I probably had a lot of chances to put everyone away early with the putter. It’s not like I putted badly I just burned the edges and they just didn’t drop. The one that stands out is obviously 17, it was just frustrating missing it there. Overall it was there for the taking, I just need to play a little smarter. But apart from one hole all good.”


The win completes a remarkable turnaround on the course for Law, who was on the brink of taking on other work over the winter before winning last season's SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge hosted by Macdonald Hotels & Resorts and finishing 14th on the Challenge Tour to secure his European Tour card for the 2019 season.

Brad Kennedy finished in a share of second place at 17 under par alongside countryman Ormsby, one shot clear of South Africa's Justin Harding.

Another Australian in Jason Scrivener made it four top tens from five starts in the 2019 season as he finished at 15 under pr alongside countryman David Bransdon and Scot David Drysdale, with Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts and Frenchman Clément Sordet a further shot back.


Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
David Law
SCO
-18
67
66
71
66
270
T2
Brad Kennedy
AUS
-17
67
65
72
67
271
T2
Wade Ormsby
AUS
-17
65
66
70
70
271
4
Justin Harding
RSA
-16
67
71
66
68
272
T5
Jason Scrivener
AUS
-15
64
66
76
67
273
T5
David Drysdale
SCO
-15
66
69
71
67
273
T5
David Bransdon
AUS
-15
69
69
67
68
273
T8
Clement Sordet
FRA
-14
69
64
74
67
274
T8
Nicolas Colsaerts
BEL
-14
66
71
68
69
274
T10
Nick Flanagan
AUS
-13
62
68
76
69
275
T10
Callum Shinkwin
ENG
-13
64
73
66
72
275
T12
Ashley Chesters
ENG
-11
68
67
73
69
277
T12
Anton Karlsson
SWE
-11
65
69
73
70
277
T12
Jarryd Felton
AUS
-11
71
68
68
70
277
T12
Blake Windred
AUS
-11
70
67
69
71
277
T12
Aaron Townsend
AUS
-11
69
69
68
71
277
T17
Michael Hoey
NIR
-10
66
68
75
69
278
T17
Aaron Rai
ENG
-10
67
69
73
69
278
T17
Marcus Fraser
AUS
-10
70
66
73
69
278
T17
Paul Dunne
IRL
-10
69
66
70
73
278
T17
Matthew Stieger
AUS
-10
71
67
65
75
278
T22
Jason Norris
AUS
-9
66
71
72
70
279
T22
Grant Forrest
SCO
-9
65
69
72
73
279
T24
Terry Pilkadaris
AUS
-8
71
68
70
71
280
T24
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-8
69
70
70
71
280
T24
Nick Cullen
AUS
-8
66
67
75
72
280
T27
Gavin Moynihan
IRL
-7
67
72
70
72
281
T27
Daniel Gavins
ENG
-7
68
68
71
74
281
T27
Jazz Janewattananond
THA
-7
68
70
68
75
281
T30
David Micheluzzi
AUS
-6
67
68
74
73
282
T30
Matthew Nixon
ENG
-6
71
68
70
73
282
T30
Steven Jeffress
AUS
-6
69
69
71
73
282
T33
Matthew Griffin
AUS
-4
65
69
75
75
284
T33
Daniel Nisbet
AUS
-4
68
70
70
76
284
35
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
-3
66
72
71
76
285
36
James Anstiss
NZL
4
64
71
74
83
292
CUT
Adam Bland
AUS
-4
66
74
-
-
140
CUT
Ben Eccles
AUS
-4
71
69
-
-
140
CUT
Bernd Ritthammer
GER
-4
67
73
-
-
140
CUT
Filippo Bergamaschi
ITA
-4
72
68
-
-
140
CUT
Jordan Zunic
AUS
-4
72
68
-
-
140
CUT
Peter Fowler
AUS
-4
69
71
-
-
140
CUT
Ben Evans
ENG
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Braden Becker
AUS
-3
73
68
-
-
141
CUT
Christopher Wood
AUS
-3
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Daniel Gale
AUS
-3
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Deyen Lawson
AUS
-3
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Dimitrios Papadatos
AUS
-3
67
74
-
-
141
CUT
Harrison Endycott
AUS
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Ivan Cantero
ESP
-3
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Jack Wilson
AUS
-3
72
69
-
-
141
CUT
Matteo Manassero
ITA
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Matthew Millar
AUS
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Max Orrin
ENG
-3
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Michael Wright
AUS
-3
72
69
-
-
141
CUT
Nick O'Hern
AUS
-3
73
68
-
-
141
CUT
Niklas Lemke
SWE
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Oliver Wilson
ENG
-3
67
74
-
-
141
CUT
Per Laengfors
SWE
-3
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Peter Senior
AUS
-3
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Ricardo Melo Gouveia
POR
-3
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Ryan Chisnall
NZL
-3
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Tim Stewart
AUS
-3
72
69
-
-
141
CUT
Adrien Saddier
SCO
-2
73
69
-
-
142
CUT
Austen Truslow
USA
-2
69
73
-
-
142
CUT
Callan O'Reilly
AUS
-2
71
71
-
-
142
CUT
Cameron John
AUS
-2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Christopher Fan
AUS
-2
70
72
-
-
142
CUT
David Borda
ESP
-2
69
73
-
-
142
CUT
Gareth Paddison
NZL
-2
70
72
-
-
142
CUT
Jake Higginbottom
AUS
-2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Jake McLeod
AUS
-2
69
73
-
-
142
CUT
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Nathan Barbieri
AUS
-2
68
74
-
-
142
CUT
Ryan Lynch
AUS
-2
68
74
-
-
142
CUT
Scott Gregory
ENG
-2
68
74
-
-
142
CUT
Alexander Knappe
GER
-1
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Andrew Johnston
ENG
-1
66
77
-
-
143
CUT
Brady Watt
AUS
-1
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
Jack Thompson
AUS
-1
70
73
-
-
143
CUT
Josh Younger
AUS
-1
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Max Schmitt
GER
-1
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
Richard McEvoy
ENG
-1
72
71
-
-
143
CUT
Scott Strange
AUS
-1
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Simon Hawkes
AUS
-1
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Travis Smyth
AUS
-1
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
Ben Campbell
AUS
Par
73
71
-
-
144
CUT
Daniel Fox
AUS
Par
71
73
-
-
144
CUT
Jeung-Hun Wang
KOR
Par
71
73
-
-
144
CUT
Kade McBride
AUS
Par
72
72
-
-
144
CUT
Blake Proverbs
AUS
1
70
75
-
-
145
CUT
Guido Migliozzi
ITA
1
69
76
-
-
145
CUT
James Marchesani
AUS
1
73
72
-
-
145
CUT
Mark Brown
NZL
1
73
72
-
-
145
CUT
Pedro Figueiredo
POR
1
69
76
-
-
145
CUT
Anthony Quayle
AUS
2
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
David Smail
NZL
2
69
77
-
-
146
CUT
Gregory Bourdy
FRA
2
71
75
-
-
146
CUT
Peter O'Malley
AUS
2
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Ryo Ishikawa
JPN
2
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Tom Murray
ENG
2
71
75
-
-
146
CUT
Andrew Kelly
AUS
3
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Hyo-Won Park
KOR
3
69
78
-
-
147
CUT
Jin-Ho Choi
KOR
3
70
77
-
-
147
CUT
Liam Johnston
SCO
3
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Robert Allenby
AUS
3
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Conor Purcell
IRL
4
72
76
-
-
148
CUT
Damien Jordan
AUS
4
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Cory Crawford
AUS
5
71
78
-
-
149
CUT
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
5
74
75
-
-
149
CUT
Harry Bateman
NZL
6
70
80
-
-
150
CUT
Jasper Stubbs
AUS
7
76
75
-
-
151
DSQ
Zach Murray
AUS
Par
68
70
-
-
138
MDF
Adam Burdett
AUS
-6
72
67
71
-
210
MDF
Andrew Evans
AUS
-6
68
67
75
-
210
MDF
Dylan Perry
AUS
-6
68
71
71
-
210
MDF
Hugo Leon
CHI
-6
64
72
74
-
210
MDF
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-6
65
69
76
-
210
MDF
Michael Sim
AUS
-6
66
70
74
-
210
MDF
Peter Lonard
AUS
-6
66
72
72
-
210
MDF
Ryan Fox
NZL
-6
66
68
76
-
210
MDF
Scott Vincent
ZWE
-6
68
70
72
-
210
MDF
Sihwan Kim
KOR
-6
71
68
71
-
210
MDF
Stuart Manley
WAL
-6
66
71
73
-
210
MDF
Yuta Ikeda
JPN
-6
66
71
73
-
210
MDF
Andrew Dodt
AUS
-5
67
71
73
-
211
MDF
Austin Connelly
CAN
-5
70
68
73
-
211
MDF
Connor Syme
SCO
-5
71
67
73
-
211
MDF
Darren Beck
AUS
-5
67
70
74
-
211
MDF
Kristoffer Reitan
NOR
-5
72
67
72
-
211
MDF
Masahiro Kawamura
JPN
-5
68
70
73
-
211
MDF
Richard Green
AUS
-5
72
66
73
-
211
MDF
Espen Kofstad
NOR
-4
71
65
76
-
212
MDF
James Morrison
ENG
-4
68
69
75
-
212
MDF
Kim Koivu
FIN
-4
66
72
74
-
212
MDF
Louis De Jager
RSA
-4
67
69
76
-
212
MDF
Robert MacIntyre
SCO
-4
67
70
75
-
212
MDF
Sam Brazel
AUS
-4
69
69
74
-
212
MDF
Adrian Otaegui
ESP
-3
70
69
74
-
213
MDF
Dale Williamson
AUS
-3
68
71
74
-
213
MDF
James Nitties
AUS
-3
64
74
75
-
213
MDF
Matt Jager
AUS
-3
66
66
81
-
213
MDF
Michael Hendry
NZL
-3
68
66
79
-
213
MDF
Michael Long
NZL
-3
66
73
74
-
213
MDF
Andrew Martin
AUS
-2
68
71
75
-
214
MDF
Ashley Hall
AUS
-2
71
66
77
-
214
MDF
Maverick Antcliff
AUS
-2
67
71
76
-
214
MDF
Taylor MacDonald
FJI
-2
68
70
76
-
214
MDF
Aaron Pike
AUS
-1
66
70
79
-
215
MDF
Andre Lautee
AUS
-1
65
72
78
-
215
MDF
Max McCardle
AUS
-1
68
71
76
-
215
MDF
Scott Hend
AUS
-1
69
67
79
-
215
MDF
Kurt Kitayama
USA
Par
64
74
78
-
216
MDF
Jordan Mullaney
AUS
1
67
69
81
-
217
MDF
Peter Cooke
RSA
2
65
71
82
-
218
MDF
Stephen Leaney
AUS
2
69
70
79
-
218

Round 3 - Ormsby battles into ISPS Handa Vic Open lead

Wade Ormsby takes a two-shot lead into the final round of the ISPS Handa Vic Open after a testing day at 13th Beach Golf Links.

R3 Ormsby battles into ISPS Handa Vic Open lead, © Getty Images

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After very low scoring in the opening two rounds, high winds and some heavy rain made life far more difficult on Saturday, with Ormsby recovering from an early double-bogey to card a two-under par round of 70 and move to 15 under par.

“I made a bit of a meal of it straight out of the box. It was just tough out there. Warming up we knew it was going to be a really tough day, trying to find a way to keep the ball down. I just kept grinding really. That's all we can do in weather like that. You're going to hit a lot of bad shots, need to recover a lot and I did that quite well, so I'm happy.

“There is a little bit of margin around here. The greens are still soft. I said to my caddie if the greens were firm, that would have been a debacle out there. But the greens are soft enough that if you hit good shots, you'll still get rewarded, so it was okay."

Ormsby claimed his first European Tour title at the 264th time of asking at last season's UBS Hong Kong Open en route to finishing a career-high 48th on the Race to Dubai Rankings presented by Rolex. The 38 year old Australian is now eying a second title just over a year later on home soil.

His countryman Matthew Stieger, who teed off in the first group, recorded the round of the day with a stunning 65 to sit at 13 under par alongside England's Callum Shinkwin, who signed for an impressive 66.

“ We got hammered with the rain for about three or four holes there, so it was really good to get through that stretch," said Stieger. "No bogeys today, which is really nice. Just stuck to my game plan out there. Sort of had to hit away from a few flags because they were tucked a little bit, but made really good use of the ones that I could go at.

“I've got a redemption to do; 2014 I got beat in a playoff here, so sort of hopefully try to get into a position like that again and see how we go.”

Challenge Tour graduate David Law of Scotland, South African Justin Harding and Australia's Brad Kennedy are three shots off the lead at 12 under par. Australian David Bransdon, Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium and Irishman Paul Dunne are one shot further back at 11 under par.

“It was playing really difficult," said Law, "17, for example, we had it playing a four-club wind. You needed to hang in, you needed to be in control of your ball and get a bit lucky at times and hole some putts, which luckily I did.

“You needed to be patient. And luckily it's a links-style golf course, you can run the ball in, which I'm used to doing. You need to be patient, you need to know any small mistake is going to get exaggerated in the wind. So as long as you accept that sometimes bogey is not that bad a score, you'll be okay.”

The innovative ISPS Handa Vic Open is making its first appearance on the Race to Dubai, with men and women playing over the same layouts in separate tournaments for equal prize money.

The two fields of 156 players teed off in alternating groups over the Beach and Creek courses in the first two rounds, with the action taking place on the Beach layout over the weekend. After a second cut at the end of round three, each field is cut to 35 players and ties.

In the women's event, American Kim Kaufman had a late stumble but takes a two-shot lead into the final round after moving to ten under par with a round of 75. Celine Boutier of France matched the lowest round of the day with a 69 to sit alongside home favourite Su Oh at eight under par.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Wade Ormsby
AUS
-15
65
66
70
201
T2
Matthew Stieger
AUS
-13
71
67
65
203
T2
Callum Shinkwin
ENG
-13
64
73
66
203
T4
Justin Harding
RSA
-12
67
71
66
204
T4
Brad Kennedy
AUS
-12
67
65
72
204
T4
David Law
SCO
-12
67
66
71
204
T7
David Bransdon
AUS
-11
69
69
67
205
T7
Nicolas Colsaerts
BEL
-11
66
71
68
205
T7
Paul Dunne
IRL
-11
69
66
70
205
T10
Aaron Townsend
AUS
-10
69
69
68
206
T10
Jazz Janewattananond
THA
-10
68
70
68
206
T10
David Drysdale
SCO
-10
66
69
71
206
T10
Grant Forrest
SCO
-10
65
69
72
206
T10
Blake Windred
AUS
-10
70
67
69
206
T10
Jason Scrivener
AUS
-10
64
66
76
206
T10
Nick Flanagan
AUS
-10
62
68
76
206
T17
Jarryd Felton
AUS
-9
71
68
68
207
T17
Daniel Gavins
ENG
-9
68
68
71
207
T17
Anton Karlsson
SWE
-9
65
69
73
207
T17
Clement Sordet
FRA
-9
69
64
74
207
T21
Daniel Nisbet
AUS
-8
68
70
70
208
T21
Ashley Chesters
ENG
-8
68
67
73
208
T21
Nick Cullen
AUS
-8
66
67
75
208
T24
Steven Jeffress
AUS
-7
69
69
71
209
T24
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-7
69
70
70
209
T24
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
-7
66
72
71
209
T24
Matthew Nixon
ENG
-7
71
68
70
209
T24
Terry Pilkadaris
AUS
-7
71
68
70
209
T24
Gavin Moynihan
IRL
-7
67
72
70
209
T24
James Anstiss
NZL
-7
64
71
74
209
T24
David Micheluzzi
AUS
-7
67
68
74
209
T24
Aaron Rai
ENG
-7
67
69
73
209
T24
Marcus Fraser
AUS
-7
70
66
73
209
T24
Michael Hoey
NIR
-7
66
68
75
209
T24
Matthew Griffin
AUS
-7
65
69
75
209
T24
Jason Norris
AUS
-7
66
71
72
209
CUT
Adam Bland
AUS
-4
66
74
-
140
CUT
Ben Eccles
AUS
-4
71
69
-
140
CUT
Bernd Ritthammer
GER
-4
67
73
-
140
CUT
Filippo Bergamaschi
ITA
-4
72
68
-
140
CUT
Jordan Zunic
AUS
-4
72
68
-
140
CUT
Peter Fowler
AUS
-4
69
71
-
140
CUT
Ben Evans
ENG
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Braden Becker
AUS
-3
73
68
-
141
CUT
Christopher Wood
AUS
-3
71
70
-
141
CUT
Daniel Gale
AUS
-3
70
71
-
141
CUT
Deyen Lawson
AUS
-3
71
70
-
141
CUT
Dimitrios Papadatos
AUS
-3
67
74
-
141
CUT
Harrison Endycott
AUS
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Ivan Cantero
ESP
-3
71
70
-
141
CUT
Jack Wilson
AUS
-3
72
69
-
141
CUT
Matteo Manassero
ITA
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Matthew Millar
AUS
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Max Orrin
ENG
-3
70
71
-
141
CUT
Michael Wright
AUS
-3
72
69
-
141
CUT
Nick O'Hern
AUS
-3
73
68
-
141
CUT
Niklas Lemke
SWE
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Oliver Wilson
ENG
-3
67
74
-
141
CUT
Per Laengfors
SWE
-3
69
72
-
141
CUT
Peter Senior
AUS
-3
71
70
-
141
CUT
Ricardo Melo Gouveia
POR
-3
71
70
-
141
CUT
Ryan Chisnall
NZL
-3
70
71
-
141
CUT
Tim Stewart
AUS
-3
72
69
-
141
CUT
Adrien Saddier
SCO
-2
73
69
-
142
CUT
Austen Truslow
USA
-2
69
73
-
142
CUT
Callan O'Reilly
AUS
-2
71
71
-
142
CUT
Cameron John
AUS
-2
72
70
-
142
CUT
Christopher Fan
AUS
-2
70
72
-
142
CUT
David Borda
ESP
-2
69
73
-
142
CUT
Gareth Paddison
NZL
-2
70
72
-
142
CUT
Jake Higginbottom
AUS
-2
72
70
-
142
CUT
Jake McLeod
AUS
-2
69
73
-
142
CUT
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-2
72
70
-
142
CUT
Nathan Barbieri
AUS
-2
68
74
-
142
CUT
Ryan Lynch
AUS
-2
68
74
-
142
CUT
Scott Gregory
ENG
-2
68
74
-
142
CUT
Alexander Knappe
GER
-1
71
72
-
143
CUT
Andrew Johnston
ENG
-1
66
77
-
143
CUT
Brady Watt
AUS
-1
73
70
-
143
CUT
Jack Thompson
AUS
-1
70
73
-
143
CUT
Josh Younger
AUS
-1
71
72
-
143
CUT
Max Schmitt
GER
-1
73
70
-
143
CUT
Richard McEvoy
ENG
-1
72
71
-
143
CUT
Scott Strange
AUS
-1
71
72
-
143
CUT
Simon Hawkes
AUS
-1
71
72
-
143
CUT
Travis Smyth
AUS
-1
73
70
-
143
CUT
Ben Campbell
AUS
Par
73
71
-
144
CUT
Daniel Fox
AUS
Par
71
73
-
144
CUT
Jeung-Hun Wang
KOR
Par
71
73
-
144
CUT
Kade McBride
AUS
Par
72
72
-
144
CUT
Blake Proverbs
AUS
1
70
75
-
145
CUT
Guido Migliozzi
ITA
1
69
76
-
145
CUT
James Marchesani
AUS
1
73
72
-
145
CUT
Mark Brown
NZL
1
73
72
-
145
CUT
Pedro Figueiredo
POR
1
69
76
-
145
CUT
Anthony Quayle
AUS
2
72
74
-
146
CUT
David Smail
NZL
2
69
77
-
146
CUT
Gregory Bourdy
FRA
2
71
75
-
146
CUT
Peter O'Malley
AUS
2
74
72
-
146
CUT
Ryo Ishikawa
JPN
2
74
72
-
146
CUT
Tom Murray
ENG
2
71
75
-
146
CUT
Andrew Kelly
AUS
3
71
76
-
147
CUT
Hyo-Won Park
KOR
3
69
78
-
147
CUT
Jin-Ho Choi
KOR
3
70
77
-
147
CUT
Liam Johnston
SCO
3
72
75
-
147
CUT
Robert Allenby
AUS
3
71
76
-
147
CUT
Conor Purcell
IRL
4
72
76
-
148
CUT
Damien Jordan
AUS
4
74
74
-
148
CUT
Cory Crawford
AUS
5
71
78
-
149
CUT
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
5
74
75
-
149
CUT
Harry Bateman
NZL
6
70
80
-
150
CUT
Jasper Stubbs
AUS
7
76
75
-
151
DSQ
Zach Murray
AUS
Par
68
70
-
138
MDF
Adam Burdett
AUS
-6
72
67
71
210
MDF
Andrew Evans
AUS
-6
68
67
75
210
MDF
Dylan Perry
AUS
-6
68
71
71
210
MDF
Hugo Leon
CHI
-6
64
72
74
210
MDF
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-6
65
69
76
210
MDF
Michael Sim
AUS
-6
66
70
74
210
MDF
Peter Lonard
AUS
-6
66
72
72
210
MDF
Ryan Fox
NZL
-6
66
68
76
210
MDF
Scott Vincent
ZWE
-6
68
70
72
210
MDF
Sihwan Kim
KOR
-6
71
68
71
210
MDF
Stuart Manley
WAL
-6
66
71
73
210
MDF
Yuta Ikeda
JPN
-6
66
71
73
210
MDF
Andrew Dodt
AUS
-5
67
71
73
211
MDF
Austin Connelly
CAN
-5
70
68
73
211
MDF
Connor Syme
SCO
-5
71
67
73
211
MDF
Darren Beck
AUS
-5
67
70
74
211
MDF
Kristoffer Reitan
NOR
-5
72
67
72
211
MDF
Masahiro Kawamura
JPN
-5
68
70
73
211
MDF
Richard Green
AUS
-5
72
66
73
211
MDF
Espen Kofstad
NOR
-4
71
65
76
212
MDF
James Morrison
ENG
-4
68
69
75
212
MDF
Kim Koivu
FIN
-4
66
72
74
212
MDF
Louis De Jager
RSA
-4
67
69
76
212
MDF
Robert MacIntyre
SCO
-4
67
70
75
212
MDF
Sam Brazel
AUS
-4
69
69
74
212
MDF
Adrian Otaegui
ESP
-3
70
69
74
213
MDF
Dale Williamson
AUS
-3
68
71
74
213
MDF
James Nitties
AUS
-3
64
74
75
213
MDF
Matt Jager
AUS
-3
66
66
81
213
MDF
Michael Hendry
NZL
-3
68
66
79
213
MDF
Michael Long
NZL
-3
66
73
74
213
MDF
Andrew Martin
AUS
-2
68
71
75
214
MDF
Ashley Hall
AUS
-2
71
66
77
214
MDF
Maverick Antcliff
AUS
-2
67
71
76
214
MDF
Taylor MacDonald
FJI
-2
68
70
76
214
MDF
Aaron Pike
AUS
-1
66
70
79
215
MDF
Andre Lautee
AUS
-1
65
72
78
215
MDF
Max McCardle
AUS
-1
68
71
76
215
MDF
Scott Hend
AUS
-1
69
67
79
215
MDF
Kurt Kitayama
USA
Par
64
74
78
216
MDF
Jordan Mullaney
AUS
1
67
69
81
217
MDF
Peter Cooke
RSA
2
65
71
82
218
MDF
Stephen Leaney
AUS
2
69
70
79
218

Round 2 - Flanagan and Scrivener lead the home charge in Australia

Nick Flanagan and Jason Scrivener share a one shot lead going into the weekend in the ISPS Handa Vic Open, as home favourites dominate the leaderboard at 13th Beach Golf Links.

Flanagan and Scrivener lead the home charge in Australia, © Getty Images

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Scrivener has three top tens from four events so far in the 2019 Race to Dubai, and he continued his excellent start to the season as he stayed bogey-free with a second-round 66 to get to 14 under par and set the pace at the end of the morning session.

"Two solid days' work. Can't really fault it. I played nicely, so look forward to the weekend. Knowing there's a lot of birdies out there, if you try to rush them you can make mistakes, so it's just plodding your way around and being smart about it.

"Anytime your game's in a good place and you're constantly making cuts and putting yourself in contention, it's good for confidence.

“I just feel like over the last six months I've made some big improvements in my game and steadily progressing the last couple years. I feel like it's in a good position and I just want to give myself more chances to win tournaments."

He was then joined by overnight leader Flanagan, who followed up a ten under par 62 with a second round 68 on the Beach course. He had earlier moved into a slender lead before dropping his only shot of the day on the 16 th hole to take a share of the lead with Scrivener, one shot ahead of countryman Wade Ormsby.

“I think yesterday was a bit of a surprise, but at the same time I played well and kind of got everything out of my game. I'm probably happier with today's round considering it was backing up that 62. 

“ The last three or four holes it got a little tricky, and from what I've seen in the weather report it's going to be blowing another 10 or 15 kilometres stronger tomorrow. It definitely makes a couple of holes really tricky and anybody that can keep it on the ground a little quicker over the weekend is going to do well.

“It could have been anything today, probably could have been a couple better, but I had my fair share of long putts and good breaks so far the first two days. To be up there at the top of the leaderboard is obviously great and we'll go out on the weekend and just keep doing what I'm doing.”

The innovative ISPS Handa Vic Open is making its first appearance on the Race to Dubai, with men and women playing over the same layouts in separate tournaments for equal prize money. The two fields of 156 players have teed off in alternating groups over the Beach and Creek courses in the first two rounds, with the action now set to take place on the Beach layout after the second round cut.

Matt Jager and Brad Kennedy round off an all-Australian top five at 12 under par at the half way point in the men's event, while Clément Sordet of France, Scot David Law and another Australian in Nick Cullen are one shot further back.

Northern Ireland's David Hoey, Kiwi Ryan Fox and Grant Forrest of Scotland are among a group of seven players at ten under par.

The men's tournament at the Barwon Heads venue is co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia, while the women's championship is co-sanctioned by Australian Ladies Professional Golf and the Ladies Professional Golf Association.

Kim Kaufman of the United States holds a two-shot lead over Japan's Haru Nomura in the women's event, after back-to-back rounds of 66 took her to 13 under par.


Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
T1
Jason Scrivener
AUS
-14
64
66
130
T1
Nick Flanagan
AUS
-14
62
68
130
3
Wade Ormsby
AUS
-13
65
66
131
T4
Matt Jager
AUS
-12
66
66
132
T4
Brad Kennedy
AUS
-12
67
65
132
T6
David Law
SCO
-11
67
66
133
T6
Nick Cullen
AUS
-11
66
67
133
T6
Clement Sordet
FRA
-11
69
64
133
T9
Matthew Griffin
AUS
-10
65
69
134
T9
Michael Hoey
NIR
-10
66
68
134
T9
Anton Karlsson
SWE
-10
65
69
134
T9
Grant Forrest
SCO
-10
65
69
134
T9
Ryan Fox
NZL
-10
66
68
134
T9
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-10
65
69
134
T9
Michael Hendry
NZL
-10
68
66
134
T16
David Micheluzzi
AUS
-9
67
68
135
T16
Paul Dunne
IRL
-9
69
66
135
T16
Ashley Chesters
ENG
-9
68
67
135
T16
David Drysdale
SCO
-9
66
69
135
T16
James Anstiss
NZL
-9
64
71
135
T16
Andrew Evans
AUS
-9
68
67
135
T22
Peter Cooke
RSA
-8
65
71
136
T22
Aaron Rai
ENG
-8
67
69
136
T22
Daniel Gavins
ENG
-8
68
68
136
T22
Louis De Jager
RSA
-8
67
69
136
T22
Marcus Fraser
AUS
-8
70
66
136
T22
Michael Sim
AUS
-8
66
70
136
T22
Espen Kofstad
NOR
-8
71
65
136
T22
Hugo Leon
CHI
-8
64
72
136
T22
Scott Hend
AUS
-8
69
67
136
T22
Jordan Mullaney
AUS
-8
67
69
136
T22
Aaron Pike
AUS
-8
66
70
136
T33
James Morrison
ENG
-7
68
69
137
T33
Blake Windred
AUS
-7
70
67
137
T33
Ashley Hall
AUS
-7
71
66
137
T33
Robert MacIntyre
SCO
-7
67
70
137
T33
Andre Lautee
AUS
-7
65
72
137
T33
Jason Norris
AUS
-7
66
71
137
T33
Yuta Ikeda
JPN
-7
66
71
137
T33
Stuart Manley
WAL
-7
66
71
137
T33
Nicolas Colsaerts
BEL
-7
66
71
137
T33
Callum Shinkwin
ENG
-7
64
73
137
T33
Darren Beck
AUS
-7
67
70
137
T44
Maverick Antcliff
AUS
-6
67
71
138
T44
Zach Murray
AUS
-6
68
70
138
T44
Austin Connelly
CAN
-6
70
68
138
T44
Kim Koivu
FIN
-6
66
72
138
T44
Richard Green
AUS
-6
72
66
138
T44
David Bransdon
AUS
-6
69
69
138
T44
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
-6
66
72
138
T44
Scott Vincent
ZWE
-6
68
70
138
T44
Masahiro Kawamura
JPN
-6
68
70
138
T44
Peter Lonard
AUS
-6
66
72
138
T44
Connor Syme
SCO
-6
71
67
138
T44
Andrew Dodt
AUS
-6
67
71
138
T44
Kurt Kitayama
USA
-6
64
74
138
T44
Steven Jeffress
AUS
-6
69
69
138
T44
Daniel Nisbet
AUS
-6
68
70
138
T44
Sam Brazel
AUS
-6
69
69
138
T44
Justin Harding
RSA
-6
67
71
138
T44
Matthew Stieger
AUS
-6
71
67
138
T44
Aaron Townsend
AUS
-6
69
69
138
T44
Jazz Janewattananond
THA
-6
68
70
138
T44
Taylor MacDonald
FJI
-6
68
70
138
T44
James Nitties
AUS
-6
64
74
138
T66
Dylan Perry
AUS
-5
68
71
139
T66
Jarryd Felton
AUS
-5
71
68
139
T66
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-5
69
70
139
T66
Matthew Nixon
ENG
-5
71
68
139
T66
Michael Long
NZL
-5
66
73
139
T66
Adrian Otaegui
ESP
-5
70
69
139
T66
Stephen Leaney
AUS
-5
69
70
139
T66
Max McCardle
AUS
-5
68
71
139
T66
Kristoffer Reitan
NOR
-5
72
67
139
T66
Adam Burdett
AUS
-5
72
67
139
T66
Terry Pilkadaris
AUS
-5
71
68
139
T66
Sihwan Kim
KOR
-5
71
68
139
T66
Andrew Martin
AUS
-5
68
71
139
T66
Dale Williamson
AUS
-5
68
71
139
T66
Gavin Moynihan
IRL
-5
67
72
139
CUT
Adam Bland
AUS
-4
66
74
140
CUT
Ben Eccles
AUS
-4
71
69
140
CUT
Bernd Ritthammer
GER
-4
67
73
140
CUT
Filippo Bergamaschi
ITA
-4
72
68
140
CUT
Jordan Zunic
AUS
-4
72
68
140
CUT
Peter Fowler
AUS
-4
69
71
140
CUT
Ben Evans
ENG
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Braden Becker
AUS
-3
73
68
141
CUT
Christopher Wood
AUS
-3
71
70
141
CUT
Daniel Gale
AUS
-3
70
71
141
CUT
Deyen Lawson
AUS
-3
71
70
141
CUT
Dimitrios Papadatos
AUS
-3
67
74
141
CUT
Harrison Endycott
AUS
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Ivan Cantero
ESP
-3
71
70
141
CUT
Jack Wilson
AUS
-3
72
69
141
CUT
Matteo Manassero
ITA
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Matthew Millar
AUS
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Max Orrin
ENG
-3
70
71
141
CUT
Michael Wright
AUS
-3
72
69
141
CUT
Nick O'Hern
AUS
-3
73
68
141
CUT
Niklas Lemke
SWE
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Oliver Wilson
ENG
-3
67
74
141
CUT
Per Laengfors
SWE
-3
69
72
141
CUT
Peter Senior
AUS
-3
71
70
141
CUT
Ricardo Melo Gouveia
POR
-3
71
70
141
CUT
Ryan Chisnall
NZL
-3
70
71
141
CUT
Tim Stewart
AUS
-3
72
69
141
CUT
Adrien Saddier
SCO
-2
73
69
142
CUT
Austen Truslow
USA
-2
69
73
142
CUT
Callan O'Reilly
AUS
-2
71
71
142
CUT
Cameron John
AUS
-2
72
70
142
CUT
Christopher Fan
AUS
-2
70
72
142
CUT
David Borda
ESP
-2
69
73
142
CUT
Gareth Paddison
NZL
-2
70
72
142
CUT
Jake Higginbottom
AUS
-2
72
70
142
CUT
Jake McLeod
AUS
-2
69
73
142
CUT
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-2
72
70
142
CUT
Nathan Barbieri
AUS
-2
68
74
142
CUT
Ryan Lynch
AUS
-2
68
74
142
CUT
Scott Gregory
ENG
-2
68
74
142
CUT
Alexander Knappe
GER
-1
71
72
143
CUT
Andrew Johnston
ENG
-1
66
77
143
CUT
Brady Watt
AUS
-1
73
70
143
CUT
Jack Thompson
AUS
-1
70
73
143
CUT
Josh Younger
AUS
-1
71
72
143
CUT
Max Schmitt
GER
-1
73
70
143
CUT
Richard McEvoy
ENG
-1
72
71
143
CUT
Scott Strange
AUS
-1
71
72
143
CUT
Simon Hawkes
AUS
-1
71
72
143
CUT
Travis Smyth
AUS
-1
73
70
143
CUT
Ben Campbell
AUS
Par
73
71
144
CUT
Daniel Fox
AUS
Par
71
73
144
CUT
Jeung-Hun Wang
KOR
Par
71
73
144
CUT
Kade McBride
AUS
Par
72
72
144
CUT
Blake Proverbs
AUS
1
70
75
145
CUT
Guido Migliozzi
ITA
1
69
76
145
CUT
James Marchesani
AUS
1
73
72
145
CUT
Mark Brown
NZL
1
73
72
145
CUT
Pedro Figueiredo
POR
1
69
76
145
CUT
Anthony Quayle
AUS
2
72
74
146
CUT
David Smail
NZL
2
69
77
146
CUT
Gregory Bourdy
FRA
2
71
75
146
CUT
Peter O'Malley
AUS
2
74
72
146
CUT
Ryo Ishikawa
JPN
2
74
72
146
CUT
Tom Murray
ENG
2
71
75
146
CUT
Andrew Kelly
AUS
3
71
76
147
CUT
Hyo-Won Park
KOR
3
69
78
147
CUT
Jin-Ho Choi
KOR
3
70
77
147
CUT
Liam Johnston
SCO
3
72
75
147
CUT
Robert Allenby
AUS
3
71
76
147
CUT
Conor Purcell
IRL
4
72
76
148
CUT
Damien Jordan
AUS
4
74
74
148
CUT
Cory Crawford
AUS
5
71
78
149
CUT
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
5
74
75
149
CUT
Harry Bateman
NZL
6
70
80
150
CUT
Jasper Stubbs
AUS
7
76
75
151

Round 1 - Flanagan sets the pace in Victoria

Home favourite Nick Flanagan recorded a brilliant round of 62 to take a two-shot lead at the end of a low-scoring first day of the ISPS Handa Vic Open.

“Just had one of those days where everything seemed to kind of go right. If I hit a bad shot, it would just miss a bunker and end up in a nice lie, knocked it up close and kind of just kept momentum going."

Flanagan sets the pace in Victoria

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Flanagan opened with a ten under par total - one shot away from the course record on the Creek course at 13th Beach Golf Links. The 34 year old has six professional wins worldwide but is chasing his first European Tour title in just his 16th event after finishing in the top ten at this season's Australian PGA Championship.

“The two bogeys I had were really, really easy bogeys from nowhere. But I knew that if I could just keep hitting it in the middle of the greens over there, I was putting well enough that eventually I was going to make a couple more birdies.

“I had a bogey when I was at six under, and then next thing you know, birdie, birdie, eagle and you're at nine under. The rest of it is history. So, it can come up that quick.

Meanwhile, history was made over on the Beach course as countryman James Nitties carded a world record-equalling nine birdies in a row while matching the course record with a round of 64.

After teeing off from the tenth, his incredible run from the 15 th to the fifth matched the feat of 1989 Open Championship winner Mark Calcavecchia at the 2009 Canadian Open on the US PGA Tour.

“I don't hold any other world records that I know of, so to be a part of one is pretty cool. Had a good chance for that 10th birdie, but I didn't want to break it. It's such a longstanding record, I wouldn't do that to Mark (Calcavecchia), so it's good to hold it with him.

“I was kind of devastated last year when I was four holes away from a European Tour card and currently have no status. I mean, I have partial status on the Web.com Tour that will get me no starts.

“Any time I can play well in a co-sanctioned event and throw myself in the mix to have a chance to maybe get some status or even just play well in an event like this, it's always good. Happy to start the year like that and, I mean, it was a cracking day, so it was good fun.”

Austrian Bernd Wiesberger made nine birdies in a row at the 2017 Maybank Championship but with preferred lies in play on that occasion, Nitties' run of nine consecutive gains made him the first player to officially do it on the European Tour.

That took him into a tie for second place alongside Englishman Callum Shinkwin, New Zealand's James Anstiss and Chilean Hugo Leon, all of whom also equalled the course record.

Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open at Anahita champion Kurt Kitayama and another local star in Jason Scrivener are also at eight under par after playing the Creek course, a shot clear of Scotland's Grant Forrest, Swede Anton Karlsson and five Australians - Peter Cooke, Matthew Griffin, Lucas Herbert, amateur Andre Lautee and Wade Ormsby.

“It was good, really solid," said Kitayama. "Just dropped one shot on the last there, but overall I was happy I was able to get some scoring on the back nine. A lot of opportunities on that Creek side, for sure. Just felt like I didn't take advantage of the front, but I was able to make up for it on the back.

“It's fairly open on the Creek side. Going to the Beach course tomorrow I'll be in the afternoon and it's going to be windy so it's going to be a lot tougher to drive. I'll hit a few this afternoon and try and get some rest, too.”

The innovative ISPS Handa Vic Open is making its first appearance on the Race to Dubai, with men and women playing over the same layouts in separate tournaments for equal prize money. The men's event is co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia, while the women's championship is co-sanctioned by Australian Ladies Professional Golf and the Ladies Professional Golf Association.


Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
1
Nick Flanagan
AUS
-10
62
T2
James Anstiss
NZL
-8
64
T2
Hugo Leon
CHI
-8
64
T2
Kurt Kitayama
USA
-8
64
T2
Callum Shinkwin
ENG
-8
64
T2
James Nitties
AUS
-8
64
T2
Jason Scrivener
AUS
-8
64
T8
Wade Ormsby
AUS
-7
65
T8
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-7
65
T8
Peter Cooke
RSA
-7
65
T8
Matthew Griffin
AUS
-7
65
T8
Andre Lautee
AUS
-7
65
T8
Anton Karlsson
SWE
-7
65
T8
Grant Forrest
SCO
-7
65
T15
Jason Norris
AUS
-6
66
T15
Michael Sim
AUS
-6
66
T15
Nick Cullen
AUS
-6
66
T15
Yuta Ikeda
JPN
-6
66
T15
Ryan Fox
NZL
-6
66
T15
Andrew Johnston
ENG
-6
66
T15
Stuart Manley
WAL
-6
66
T15
Nicolas Colsaerts
BEL
-6
66
T15
Aaron Pike
AUS
-6
66
T15
Adam Bland
AUS
-6
66
T15
Matt Jager
AUS
-6
66
T15
Kim Koivu
FIN
-6
66
T15
Michael Long
NZL
-6
66
T15
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
-6
66
T15
Michael Hoey
NIR
-6
66
T15
David Drysdale
SCO
-6
66
T15
Peter Lonard
AUS
-6
66
T32
Andrew Dodt
AUS
-5
67
T32
Brad Kennedy
AUS
-5
67
T32
Oliver Wilson
ENG
-5
67
T32
Dimitrios Papadatos
AUS
-5
67
T32
Justin Harding
RSA
-5
67
T32
Jordan Mullaney
AUS
-5
67
T32
Darren Beck
AUS
-5
67
T32
Gavin Moynihan
IRL
-5
67
T32
David Law
SCO
-5
67
T32
Maverick Antcliff
AUS
-5
67
T32
Aaron Rai
ENG
-5
67
T32
David Micheluzzi
AUS
-5
67
T32
Louis De Jager
RSA
-5
67
T32
Robert MacIntyre
SCO
-5
67
T32
Bernd Ritthammer
GER
-5
67
T47
Scott Gregory
ENG
-4
68
T47
Nathan Barbieri
AUS
-4
68
T47
Michael Hendry
NZL
-4
68
T47
Daniel Nisbet
AUS
-4
68
T47
Andrew Evans
AUS
-4
68
T47
Andrew Martin
AUS
-4
68
T47
Jazz Janewattananond
THA
-4
68
T47
Dale Williamson
AUS
-4
68
T47
Taylor MacDonald
FJI
-4
68
T47
James Morrison
ENG
-4
68
T47
Zach Murray
AUS
-4
68
T47
Dylan Perry
AUS
-4
68
T47
Daniel Gavins
ENG
-4
68
T47
Ryan Lynch
AUS
-4
68
T47
Ashley Chesters
ENG
-4
68
T47
Scott Vincent
ZWE
-4
68
T47
Masahiro Kawamura
JPN
-4
68
T47
Max McCardle
AUS
-4
68
T65
Clement Sordet
FRA
-3
69
T65
Pedro Figueiredo
POR
-3
69
T65
Jake McLeod
AUS
-3
69
T65
Peter Fowler
AUS
-3
69
T65
Steven Jeffress
AUS
-3
69
T65
Sam Brazel
AUS
-3
69
T65
Scott Hend
AUS
-3
69
T65
Niklas Lemke
SWE
-3
69
T65
Aaron Townsend
AUS
-3
69
T65
David Borda
ESP
-3
69
T65
Hyo-Won Park
KOR
-3
69
T65
Ben Evans
ENG
-3
69
T65
Guido Migliozzi
ITA
-3
69
T65
Harrison Endycott
AUS
-3
69
T65
Matthew Millar
AUS
-3
69
T65
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-3
69
T65
Paul Dunne
IRL
-3
69
T65
David Bransdon
AUS
-3
69
T65
Matteo Manassero
ITA
-3
69
T65
Per Laengfors
SWE
-3
69
T65
David Smail
NZL
-3
69
T65
Stephen Leaney
AUS
-3
69
T65
Austen Truslow
USA
-3
69
T88
Marcus Fraser
AUS
-2
70
T88
Jin-Ho Choi
KOR
-2
70
T88
Ryan Chisnall
NZL
-2
70
T88
Jack Thompson
AUS
-2
70
T88
Gareth Paddison
NZL
-2
70
T88
Harry Bateman
NZL
-2
70
T88
Austin Connelly
CAN
-2
70
T88
Christopher Fan
AUS
-2
70
T88
Blake Windred
AUS
-2
70
T88
Adrian Otaegui
ESP
-2
70
T88
Daniel Gale
AUS
-2
70
T88
Blake Proverbs
AUS
-2
70
T88
Max Orrin
ENG
-2
70
T101
Cory Crawford
AUS
-1
71
T101
Josh Younger
AUS
-1
71
T101
Peter Senior
AUS
-1
71
T101
Espen Kofstad
NOR
-1
71
T101
Jeung-Hun Wang
KOR
-1
71
T101
Simon Hawkes
AUS
-1
71
T101
Gregory Bourdy
FRA
-1
71
T101
Matthew Stieger
AUS
-1
71
T101
Terry Pilkadaris
AUS
-1
71
T101
Sihwan Kim
KOR
-1
71
T101
Daniel Fox
AUS
-1
71
T101
Alexander Knappe
GER
-1
71
T101
Ben Eccles
AUS
-1
71
T101
Deyen Lawson
AUS
-1
71
T101
Jarryd Felton
AUS
-1
71
T101
Ashley Hall
AUS
-1
71
T101
Callan O'Reilly
AUS
-1
71
T101
Matthew Nixon
ENG
-1
71
T101
Robert Allenby
AUS
-1
71
T101
Ricardo Melo Gouveia
POR
-1
71
T101
Andrew Kelly
AUS
-1
71
T101
Christopher Wood
AUS
-1
71
T101
Ivan Cantero
ESP
-1
71
T101
Scott Strange
AUS
-1
71
T101
Tom Murray
ENG
-1
71
T101
Connor Syme
SCO
-1
71
T127
Conor Purcell
IRE
Par
72
T127
Richard McEvoy
ENG
Par
72
T127
Jordan Zunic
AUS
Par
72
T127
Liam Johnston
SCO
Par
72
T127
Filippo Bergamaschi
ITA
Par
72
T127
Richard Green
AUS
Par
72
T127
Anthony Quayle
AUS
Par
72
T127
Jorge Campillo
ESP
Par
72
T127
Cameron John
AUS
Par
72
T127
Tim Stewart
AUS
Par
72
T127
Jake Higginbottom
AUS
Par
72
T127
Jack Wilson
AUS
Par
72
T127
Kristoffer Reitan
NOR
Par
72
T127
Adam Burdett
AUS
Par
72
T127
Kade McBride
AUS
Par
72
T127
Michael Wright
AUS
Par
72
T143
Braden Becker
AUS
1
73
T143
Brady Watt
AUS
1
73
T143
Travis Smyth
AUS
1
73
T143
James Marchesani
AUS
1
73
T143
Nick O'Hern
AUS
1
73
T143
Ben Campbell
AUS
1
73
T143
Adrien Saddier
SCO
1
73
T143
Mark Brown
NZL
1
73
T143
Max Schmitt
GER
1
73
T152
Peter O'Malley
AUS
2
74
T152
Ryo Ishikawa
JPN
2
74
T152
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
2
74
T152
Damien Jordan
AUS
2
74
156
Jasper Stubbs
AUS
4
76
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