2014 PGA Tour of Australasia

The 2014 PGA Tour of Australasia was a series of men's professional golf events played mainly in Australia. The main tournaments on the PGA Tour of Australasia are played in the southern summer, so they are split between the first and last months of the year.

Tournament results

The table below shows the 2014 schedule. It only lists official money events on the tour. The number in brackets after each winner's name is the number of PGA Tour of Australasia events he had won up to and including that tournament. This information is only shown for PGA Tour of Australasia members.

Dates Tournament Location
(Australia unless stated)
Prize fund
(A$)
Winner OWGR
points
Notes
6–9 Feb Lexus of Blackburn Victorian PGA Championship Melbourne, Victoria 100,000 Gareth Paddison (4) 6
13–16 Feb Coca-Cola Queensland PGA Championship Toowoomba, Queensland 120,000 Anthony Summers (1) 6
20–23 Feb Oates Victorian Open Barwon Heads, Victoria 150,000 Matthew Griffin (2) 6
27 Feb – 2 Mar New Zealand Open Queenstown, New Zealand NZ$900,000 Dimitrios Papadatos (1) 16
14–17 Aug Fiji International Sigatoka, Fiji US$1,000,000 Steven Jeffress (1) 12 Co-sanctioned with OneAsia Tour
28–31 Aug Isuzu Queensland Open Brisbane, Queensland 110,000 Andrew Dodt (1) 6
10–13 Sep South Pacific Open Championship Noumea, New Caledonia 140,000 Adam Stephens (1) 6
16–19 Oct John Hughes/Nexus Risk Services
WA Open Championship
South Perth, Western Australia 110,000 Ryan Fox (1) 6
23–26 Oct Perth International Perth, Western Australia 1,750,000 Thorbjørn Olesen (n/a) 22 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
30 Oct – 2 Nov Western Australia Goldfields PGA Championship Kalgoorlie, Western Australia 110,000 Ryan Lynch (1) 6
13–16 Nov Mazda New South Wales Open Sydney, New South Wales 100,000 Anthony Brown (1) 6
20–23 Nov BetEasy Masters Melbourne, Victoria 1,000,000 Nick Cullen (2) 21
27–30 Nov Emirates Australian Open Sydney, New South Wales 1,250,000 Jordan Spieth (n/a) 34 Co-sanctioned with the OneAsia Tour
4–7 Dec Nanshan New South Wales PGA Championship Cattai, New South Wales 120,000 Lincoln Tighe (1) 6
11–14 Dec Australian PGA Championship Gold Coast, Queensland 1,000,000 Greg Chalmers (5) 24 Co-sanctioned with the OneAsia Tour

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Order of Merit

PositionPlayerCountry (State if Australian)Prize money (A$)
1Greg Chalmers Western Australia254,525
2Steven Jeffress New South Wales213,652
3Nick Cullen South Australia208,256
4Adam Scott Queensland207,250
5Ryan Fox New Zealand183,785

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References

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