Golf: What’s On This Week

Includes Leaderboards and TV Times

THE Australian Women’s Open and World Super 6 share the limelight at home this week while Jason Day and Adam Scott will be hoping to earn some attention as well when they tee it up in the US.

We’ve published some details, tv times and leaderboard links to the two home events elsewhere which you can see here.  [TV TIMES: World Super 6 Perth & Australian Women’s Open].

Meanwhile, the US PGA TOUR is alighting at the famed Riviera Country Club, in Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles, for the Genesis Open, a tournament that has been going since 1926 under various names.

Adam Scott is a bit of a specialist here, winning in 2005 and runner up last year. The 36 year old Aussie continues to select his events carefully and this is just his second start of the year.

Jason Day hasn’t really managed to put four good rounds together at the one event this year but we all know what can happen when everything clicks.

There’s a hot field at Riviera that includes Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, two time winner Bubba Watson and the very in-form Hideki Matsuyama, who also traditionally performs well here.

Other Aussie participants include Marc Leishman, Aaron Baddeley, Cameron Smith, Geoff Ogilvy, Cameron Percy and the still battling Steve Bowditch.

US Champions Tour

The US Champions Tour takes on the TwinEagles Golf Club in Naples, Florida, this week where defending champion Bernhard Langer will vie for his fourth victory.

Strangely enough, Langer didn’t actually win the tour’s event last week so will be no doubt striving to overcome this “crisis career drought”.

Winner last week at the Allianz Championship was America’s Scott McCarron, who will back up in Florida along with the likes of Fred Couples, Colin Montgomerie and Kenny Perry.

 

More events, details and leaderboard links below.

   


US PGA TOUR

 Genesis Open
Riviera Country Club,

Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles,

Live Fox Sports coverage begins Friday 6am – 11am

Leaderboard

US PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS

Chubb Classis

TwinEagles Golf Club

Florida

Live Fox Sports coverage begins Saturday 3.30am – 5.30am

Leaderboard

European Tour/PGA Tour of Australasia/Asian Tour

World Super 6 Perth

Lake Karrinyup Country Club

Details

 LPGA

Australian Women’s Open

Royal Adelaide

Details

 Leaderboard

 

 

 

 
 
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Brian is the editor and founder of ASG. He is a former Sydney journalist and is now an avid "senior" golfer. Brian is a member of the Australian Golf Writers Association.

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