New Zealand golfers off pace at Victorian PGA

Last updated 22:41 20/01/2013

Relevant offers

Golf

Rollercoaster round but Lydia Ko still in contention at Women's British Open Tiger Woods slips back at Quicken Loans National in Virginia Danny Lee in contention at PGA tour Quicken Loans National in Virginia Tiger Woods shoots his lowest round of year to soar into contention in Gainesville Double delight for Billy Hurley III as he makes cut and police locate his father Grant Waite tied for second after first round of Champions Tour event in Blaine Up-and-down round for Lydia Ko at Women's British Open Norquay: Is New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko worthy of being immortalised in tarseal? Ko Lane preserves Lydia's legacy US presidential candidate Donald Trump drops in to hog limelight at British Open

New Zealand golfers were well off the pace at the Victorian PGA today which was won by Australian David McKenzie.

McKenzie finished on 275 while the best Kiwis were defending champion Gareth Paddison and Michael Long who tied for 17th on 288, 13 shots adrift.

Long came into contention after a third round 67 but then faded yesterday firing a 75. Paddison carded rounds of 77, 66, 74 and 71.

The other Kiwis who made the cut, Pieter Zwart 292, David Klein 295 and Ryan Fox 296 finished further down the field.

Ad Feedback

- Stuff

Special offers
Opinion poll

If she is able to, when do you expect Lydia Ko to win her first major?

Next year, she's so close

She's still working towards it, within three years

It may be longer than we think, within five years

The expectation might be too much, maybe never

Vote Result

Related story: (See story)

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content