Last updated February 22nd 2021.
Daniel Hillier is continuing his good stint of form in the PGA Australia’s Pro-Am series with back-to-back top 15 finishes in New South Wales.
Hillier pegged it up at The Murray Open played on the 16th and 17th of February at Corowa Golf Club and finished in a tie for 11th following round of 69 and 71 to finish at six-under par.
He then back that result up a couple of days later at the Dubbo Open played at the Dubbo Golf Club from the 20th and 21st of February after shooting rounds of 68 and 70 to finish at six-under and in a tie for 13th.
Hillier has now finished inside the top 25 in all his events over the ditch and unfortunately won’t make it back in time to defend his Brian Green property Group NZ Super 6’s title.
Meanwhile rookie professional Sung Jin Yeo has shaken off his slow start to his trip to Australia and has matched Hillier in his last two events as well.
Like Hillier, Yeo has finished in a tie for 11th The Murray Open after rounds of 68 and 72 to finish at six-under. He then shot rounds of 68 and 70 at the Dubbo Open to finish at six-under as well.
He now turns his attention to the Queanbeyan Open which gets underway in a couple of days’ time.
Chang Gi Lee has also had a run of events to be proud of finishing in fourth at The Murray Open after firing rounds of 69 and 68 leaving him at nine-under for the event.
He then backed that up with a tie for 27th position after rounds of 73 and 68 at the Dubbo Open.
Finally, Luke Brown has finished in a tie for 63rd at The Murray Open and a tie for 33rd at the Dubbo Open.
Over on the PGA Tour, Danny Lee has finished in a share of 52nd at The Genesis Invitational after rounds of 72, 70, 72, and 72 to finish at two-over for the event.
Max Homa took out the victory on the second playoff hole after finishing equal with Tony Finau at 12-under par.