2012 PGA Tour of Australasia

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The 2012 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 were played in the southern summer so they were split between the first and last months of the year.

Tournament results[edit]

The table below shows the 2012 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 Winner OWGR
points
Notes
5–8 Jan Victorian Open Clayton South, Victoria A$125,000 Australia Scott Arnold (1) 6
16–19 Feb Adroit Insurance Group
Victorian PGA Championship
Creswick, Victoria A$120,000 New Zealand Gareth Paddison (4) 6
23–26 Feb Coca-Cola Queensland PGA Championship Toowoomba, Queensland A$115,000 Australia Andrew Tschudin (1) 6
29 Mar – 1 Apr New Zealand PGA Pro-Am Championship New Zealand NZ$450,000 New Zealand Michael Hendry (1) 6
26–29 Sep South Pacific Golf Open Championship New Caledonia A$120,000 New Zealand Brad Shilton (1) 6
11–14 Oct Western Australia Goldfields PGA Championship Kalgoorlie, Western Australia A$110,000 Australia Peter Wilson (1) 6
18–21 Oct ISPS Handa Perth International Karrinyup, Western Australia US$2,000,000 United States Bo Van Pelt (n/a) 22 New tournament,
co-sanctioned with European Tour
25–28 Oct John Hughes Geely Nexus Risk Services
Western Australia Open Championship
South Perth, Western Australia A$110,000 Australia Oliver Goss (a) (1) 6
15–18 Nov Talisker Masters Melbourne, Victoria A$1,000,000 Australia Adam Scott (3) 20
22–25 Nov BMW New Zealand Open Christchurch, New Zealand NZ$400,000 Australia Jake Higginbottom (a) (1) 16
29 Nov – 2 Dec New South Wales PGA Championship Sutton Forest, New South Wales A$100,000 Australia Matt Stieger (1) 6
6–9 Dec Emirates Australian Open Sydney, New South Wales A$1,250,000 Australia Peter Senior (21) 32 Co-sanctioned with OneAsia Tour
13–16 Dec Australian PGA Championship Sunshine Coast, Queensland A$1,500,000 Australia Daniel Popovic (1) 18 Co-sanctioned with OneAsia Tour

(a) denotes amateur
Source:[1]

Order of Merit[edit]

Position Player Country (State if Australian) Prize money (A$)
1 Peter Senior Australia Queensland 268,292
2 Michael Hendry  New Zealand 249,625
3 Daniel Popovic Australia Victoria 238,858
4 Adam Scott Australia Queensland 199,750
5 Mark Brown  New Zealand 144,439

Source[2]

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