Australians Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith used South African opponents Louis Oosthuizen and Char Charl Schwartzel made a mistake and won the New Orleans Zurich Classic at the PGA Tour on Sunday.
Leishman and Smith played a 70 (-2) card in the final 18 holes of the regular season, relative to their 71 (-1) record. Americans Richy Werenski and Peter Uihlein (67) ranked third.
Some Canadians participated in this team competition. The best performer was Michael Gligic (75), who was ranked 29th with Vincent Whaley of the United States, setting a record of 281 (-7). Another Maple Leaf player who avoided the chopper midway through the game, David Hearn (77), met the American Zack Sucher in tandem on Sunday. The two men finished with a score of 283 (-5) and placed 32nd, second to last in the duo at the weekend.
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