The final round of the 2019 AVJennings NSW Open is here and we are in for a thrilling final day of action at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club.
Rising stars Min Woo Lee and Justin Warren lead the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia tournament at 17-under the card with just 18 holes to play but with a stacked field threatening to strike the round will not be without its challenges.
Sitting just one shot behind at 16-under, round one leader Josh Younger and 2017 NT PGA Championship winner Travis Smyth are well and truly in contention and looking to capitalise on the final day.
With years of experience under his belt on both the Australasian and Asian Tour, 35-year-old Younger is hungry to claim his maiden tour victory this week.
Andrew Dodt shot even-par on moving day to remain at 14-under the card but with a win under his belt already in 2019, the ability to go low and the composure to match he can’t be discounted.
The winner of the AVJennings NSW Open will not only take home the lion’s share of the $400,000 prize purse but also World Golf Ranking Points and full exemption onto the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia until the end of the 2020 season.
In addition, the top-10 players from the NSW tournament will also earn a place in the field at next week’s Emirates Australian Open.
The penultimate group of Jake Higginbottom, Dodt and Younger will take to the first tee at 10:45am following by front-runners Smyth, Lee and Warren at 10:55am.
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