Super Smith wins a thrilling Australian PGA Championship

Queenslander Cameron Smith has thrilled a hometown crowd winning the 2017 Australian PGA Championship on the second playoff hole against New South Welshman Jordan Zunic.

Cameron Smith with the Joe Kirkwood Trophy after winning the 2017 Australian PGA Championship Credit: PGA of Australia

Courtesy of PGA of Australia

Smith shot rounds of 67, 68, 68 and 67 to finish regulation play on 18-under the card alongside Zunic, who began the final round with a three shot lead.

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VIDEO / Cameron Smith wins dramatic playoff to claim Australian PGA Championship

For the second week running, a Cameron has won a big golf tournament in Australia.

At Royal Pines on the Gold Coast, 25-year-old Cameron Smith outlasted Jordan Zunic in a tense two-hole sudden-death playoff to capture the Australian PGA Championship.


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Fowler takes early lead, Scott sizzles after nervous start

Rickie Fowler takes a two shot lead after the first round of the 2013 Australian PGA Championship.

Adam Scott tees off during the opening round of the 2013 Australian PGA Championship. Image courtesy of PGA of Australia.

American star Rickie Fowler has taken a two-stroke opening round lead after firing a bogey-free 8-under 63 at the 2013 Australian PGA Championship.

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2013 Australian PGA Championship: Can anyone beat Adam Scott?

The Australian PGA Championship tees off on the Gold Coast tomorrow, is Adam Scott assured of victory?

It’s no surprise to see the world’s number two ranked golfer Adam Scott as the clear favourite to win the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines tomorrow. After the late withdrawal of Brandt Snedeker the next best ranked player in the field is Rickie Fowler, ranked number 43.

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Snedeker withdraws from Australian PGA Championship due to injury

Tournament draw-card withdraws from Australian PGA Championship.

World number nine Brandt Snedeker has withdrawn from this week’s Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.

At this stage the reasons for the injury are sketchy, but we do know that Snedeker failed to board the plane to Australia from China where he played in last week’s WGC HSBC Champions event where he finished in a tie for 55th place.

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