Cameron Smith Returns To Home Soil For The Australian PGA Championship

Cameron Smith, Champion Golfer of the Year, is headed to Royal Queensland Golf Club in Australia for the Australian PGA Championship. The 29-year-old is a two-time champion at this event, winning back-back years in 2017 and 2018.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Not only to Smith’s impressive track record in this tournament, Adam Scott has won twice as well and is reuniting with his former caddie, Stevie Williams, for this tournament. Scott was coming into form in August during the FedEx Cup and looks to make bigger strides in this tournament. 

Smith and Scott likely won’t be alone chasing this title as golfers like Ryan Fox, who was close to winning the Race to Dubai, will be paired up with them in the first round. A solid feature group that should produce some low scores.

A couple of players to look out for would be Min Woo Lee, who finished in the top 25 in 3 of the majors in 2022. PGA Tour Rookie Harrison Endycott is quietly finding his form in his first year. In his very first tournament, he finished T-12 and 10th in his 4th start on tour. It will be a great tournament where other solid players like Marc Leishman and Cameron Davis will battle for the hardware. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Coverage will be shown from 9:30pm-1am (EST) from Wednesday to Saturday on the Golf Channel and digital-only for the first hour and a half from 8-9:30 pm (EST).

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