ANZ Championship (golf)
|Tour(s)||PGA Tour of Australasia
|Tournament record score|
|Score||46 points Richard S. Johnson (2002)|
Uniquely for both tours, it was played using a modified stableford scoring system, similar to the former PGA Tour event The International. This departure from the usual stroke play format, designed to encourage more attacking play, was not received with universal approval as the perception was that it would penalise the steadier players.
In the final event in 2004, Laura Davies became the first female golfer to compete on either the Australasian or European Tour, but failed to make an impact, missing the cut and finishing in next to last place on −13 points.
|2004||Horizons Golf Resort||Brian Davis||England||44||1 point||Paul Casey||England|||
|2003||New South Wales GC||Paul Casey||England||45||4 points||Stuart Appleby||Australia|||
|2002||The Lakes GC||Richard S. Johnson||Sweden||46||2 points||Scott Laycock||Australia|||
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