Golf: What’s On This Week

 

Includes Leaderboards and TV Times

AUSTRALIA has Dell World Match Play defending champion Jason Day and last weekend’s TOUR winner Marc Leishman in the big WGC event this week but unfortunately only one of them can make it through to the second round.

Day and Leishman are the only Aussies in the 64 golfer event – which tees off early Thursday morning Australian time – and have been drawn together in group three along with England’s Lee Westwood and America’s Pat Perez.

Day has struggled to put four good rounds together of late but has excelled in the match play format with two wins and a third in his six previous appearances.

Leishman is obviously in top form after his great win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday and has also shown talent in match play, defeating then World Number One Jordan Spieth in the Sunday singles at the 2015 Presidents Cup.

Adam Scott has chosen not to contest the event while preparing for the US Masters but most of the world’s other top golfers will be competing, including the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Spieth. The other notable absent top liners inlcude Henrik Stenson, Rickie Fowler and Justin Rose.

US PGA TOUR

Meanwhile there is a regular TOUR event taking place, the Puerto Rico Open, which will include six Aussies in Matt Jones, Stuart Appleby, Steven Bowditch, Camron Percy, John Senden and Brett Drewitt.

LPGA

Lydia Ko is defending champion at the Kia Classic against a field that includes all 100 top players on the money list.

 

More Events and Leaderboard links below.

   

PGA TOUR

WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play

22 – 26 March

Austin CC, Austin, Texas, USA
Defending Champion: Jason Day
Prizemoney: 9,750,000

Tee times | Leaderboard

FoxSports 3, AEDST
Thursday
: 5:00am – 11:00am
Friday: 5:00am – 11:00am
Saturday: 5:00am – 11:00am
Sunday: 1:00am – 9:00am
Monday: 1:00am – 10:00am

Puerto Rico Open 

23 – 26 March

Coco Beach Golf & CC, Rio Grande, PUR
Defending Champion: Tony Finau
Prizemoney: US$3,000,000

TV Times: Fox Sports Coverage begins Friday 1.30am – 4.30am

Tee Times |Leaderboard


Web.com Tour

Chitimacha Louisiana Open

23 – 26 March

Le Triomphe G&CC, Broussard, LA
Defending Champion: Wesley Bryan
Prizemoney: 550,000

Tee times | Leaderboard

 LPGA

Kia Classic

CARLSBAD, CA
MAR 23-26
Live on Fox Sports from Friday 4.30pm

 Leaderboard

 

 PGA Legends

Bega Cheese Pro-Am

23 March

Tura Beach Country Club, Tura Beach, NSW
Prizemoney: $30,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard


PGA Pro-Am Series

The 2017 Flinder Pro-Am

22 March

Flinders Golf Club, Flinders, VIC
Prizemoney: $11,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Rosebud Country Club Pro-Am

23 March

Rosebud Country Club – South, Rosebud, VIC
Prizemoney: $11,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Origin Energy Lang Lang Golf Club Pro-Am

24 March

Lang Lang Golf Club, Lang Lang, VIC
Prizemoney: $11,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Griffith City Volkswagen Charity Pro-Am

24 March

Griffith Golf Club, Griffith, NSW
Prizemoney: $15,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Yarram Golf Club Pro-Am

25 March

Yarram Golf Club, Yarram, VIC
Prizemoney: $12,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

2017 SunRice Leeton Pro-Am

25-26 March

Leeton Golf Club, Leeton, NSW
Prizemoney: $22,000

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Meadow Springs Open Trainee Match

27 March

Meadow Springs Golf & Country, Mandurah, WA
Prizemoney: N/A

Tee Times | Leaderboard

Orora Yenda Pro-Am

28 March

Yenda Golf Club, Yenda, NSW
Prizemoney: $11,000

Tee Times | 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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