Date: August 25, 2008

Aussies around the world- Weekend Review

PGA TOUR Matthew Goggin carded a final round 4-under par 67 to finish an impressive fourth at 7-under par at the Barclays tournament in New Jersey. Goggin shared fourth with Americans Ben Curtis and Kevin Streelman, just a shot behind winner Vijay Singh who won the tournament after two extra holes against Sergio Garcia. Stuart Appleby finished at T19 with American Steve Stricker, four shots adrift of Singh. Australians at The Barclays, New Jersey T4- Matthew Goggin -7 (277) T19- Stuart Appleby -4 (280) T31- John Senden, Jason Day -2 (282) T38- Robert Allenby -1 (283) T55- Steve Elkington +1 (285) Click here for full leaderboard LPGA TOUR Katherine Hull continued her excellent form which saw her win the Canadian Open last week to finish outright fourth at the Safeway Classic at Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Oregon. Hull fired an 11-under (205) over the weekend, finishing two strokes behind winner Cristie Kerr who defeated Sophie Gustafson and Helen Alfredsson with a birdie on the first sudden death hole. Australians at the Safeway Classic, Oregon 4.Katherine Hull -11 (205) T11. Karrie Webb -6 (210) T17. Lindsey Wright -5 (211) T24. Rachel Hetherington -4 (212) Click here for the final leaderboard NATIONWIDE TOUR Cameron Percy finished at T2 in the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic at Elmhurst Country Club. Percy finished two strokes behind winner Scott Piercy. Greg Chalmers finished at 8-under. Australians at the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic: T2- Cameron Percy -11 (269) T9- Greg Chalmers -8 (272) T29- Won Joon Lee -4 (276) Click here for a leaderboard FUTURES TOUR Queensland s Sarah-Jane Kenyon finished at T8 in the Gettysburg Championship with an even-par 216 at The Links Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. EUROPEAN TOUR Peter Fowler and Matthew Millar were the highest placed Australians at T26 as Northern Ireland s Darren Clarke roared back into Ryder Cup contention at the KLM Open in the Netherlands. Fowler and Millar finished 12 shots behind Clarke who won with a 16-under 264. Australians at the KLM Open, Netherlands T26-Peter Fowler, Matthew Millar -4 (276) T58- Peter O Malley +5 (285) LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR Karen Lunn finished at T23 at the SAS Ladies Masters in Norway. Lunn finished at 2-under, 11 shots behind France s Gwladys Nocera on 13-under. Australians at the SAS Ladies Masters T23. Karen Lunn -2 (214) T27. Leah Hart, Anna Rawson -1 (215) T42. Frances Bondad +3 (219) ASIAN TOUR Australia s Rick Kulacz holed a stunning bunker shot to beat Chinese Taipei s Lu Wen-teh in a play-off at the Brunei Open. 2001 World Junior Champion Kulacz captured his maiden Asian Tour title after tying with Lu on 13-under (271) after four rounds. Australians at the Brunei Open 1-Rick Kulacz -13 (271) T5-Terry Pilkadaris, Andrew Dodt -11 (273) T9-David Gleeson, Scott Hend, Mitchell Brown -9 (275) T16-Adam Blyth, Darren Beck -8 (276)