Date: August 13, 2007

Aussies Around The World: Weekend Review

PGA/EUROPEAN TOUR Tiger Woods cut through the world-class field to win his fourth PGA Championship at Southern Hills, Oklahoma. The world number one posted rounds of 71 63 69 69 to win by two strokes from compatriot Woody Austin. Wood&aposs victory makes the PGA Championship the only men&aposs and women&aposs event in 2007 not to experience a first-time Major winner. MFS Australian Open champ John Senden finished in equal-fourth at one-under the card. Geoff Ogilvy was a further stroke back in equal-sixth while Adam Scott turned around his recent slump with a top-12 finish. Australian entries in the PGA Championship at Southern Hills Golf Club, Oklahoma John Senden -1 (T4) Geoff Ogilvy E (T6) Adam Scott +2 (T12) Stuart Appleby +2 (T12) Nathan Green +5 (T23) Richard Green +7 (T40) Rod Pampling +8 (T42) Nick O&aposHern +9 (T50) Robert Allenby 74 72 (MC) Aaron Baddeley 73 74 (MC) Steve Elkington 75 78 (MC) Stephen Leaney 77 78 (MC) NATIONWIDE TOUR Marc Leishman and David McKenzie were the best-performing Australians at the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic at Glenmaura National Golf Club. The pair finished at six-under the card in a share of 18th in what was a disappointing event for the Aussie contingent that saw almost half miss the cut. Leading Nationwide Tour player Nick Flanagan struggled to a two-over par finish, leaving him in 57th place and still searching for that elusive third win that would see him join PGA Tour ranks. Australian results in the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic at Glenmaura National Golf Club, Pennsylvania Marc Leishman -6 (T18) David McKenzie -6 (T18) Greg Chalmers -5 (T21) Stephen Dartnall -4 (T30) Scott Gardiner -2 (T43) Kim Felton E (T52) Nick Flanagan +2 (T57) James Nitties 68 72 (MC) David Lutterus 73 70 (MC) Richard Swift 69 74 (MC) Brad Lamb 74 69 (MC) Steven Bowditch 66 70 (MC) Bradley Hughes 70 77 (MC) LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR Karen Lunn&aposs final score of seven-over was the best of a sorrowful Aussie contingent at the Scandinavian TPC in Sweden. Lunn finished in a share of 28th, eight strokes in front of Leah Hart and 13 ahead of Shani Waugh who were the only Australians to make the cut. Eight players missed including Nikki Garrett, Sarah Kemp and Anna Rawson. Scot Catriona Matthew won the event by three strokes from Laura Diaz and local Sophie Gustafson. Australian entries in the Scandinavian TPC at Barseback Golf & Country Club, Sweden Karen Lunn +7 (T28) Leah Hart +15 (T60) Shani Waugh +20 (T65) Sarah Kemp 77 74 (MC) Nikki Garrett 75 76 (MC) Joanne Mills 78 73 (MC) Anna Rawson 76 76 (MC) Lisa Jean 78 74 (MC) Rebecca Stevenson 78 75 (MC) Cherie Byrnes 76 77 (MC) Carlie Butler 83 78 (MC)