Golf Australia owns and runs this tournament. The winner of this tournament receives the Stonehaven Cup.
This tournament started in 1904. Since that year, this event has been taking place, usually at the end of each year. Despite its reputation, it does not have the appeal to the best golfers worldwide, although golfers like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player have played in this tournament.
How to Bet
Betting on the Australian Open Golf markets is easy; going to a local TAB is unnecessary. All you need is a device and an Internet connection.
First, browse for trusted bookmakers online. Compare and differentiate each of them and choose the bookmaker that offers the features that match your betting needs and style.
Second, register for an account.
Third, once you have your account verified, you can deposit some amount in it.
Lastly, browse into different markets and place your bet.
The 2019 Australian Open Golf tournament took place in the Australian Golf Club from the 5th of December (Thursday) to the 8th (Sunday).
The key factors to consider when choosing which market to place your money is the odds, markets, and promotions. Finding the odds is essential to ensure that you will receive the maximum returns on your bet. The market depth allows you to choose the best one to place your money, where you can feel confident. The promotion enables you to get some of your investments in certain conditions.
Highlights of the 2019 Tournament
Matt Jones was the one who won for the 2019 tournament
In Round 1, two amateurs exhibited excellent performance. Takumi Kanaya, one of the best golfers from Japan, got a score of 65 and ended the last two holes with birdies. Chun An Yu tied with his score, and finish the four holes with three birdies.
Matt Jones tied with Daniel Nisbet, and Dimitrios Papadatos, the runner-up in 2018, at the 67 scores.
Paul Casey and Louis Oosthuizen tied at 68. Both of them are Open Championship Exemptions with Casey holding the third rank in the Official World Golf Ranking and Oosthuizen as a 2010 British Open champ.
Marc Leishman’s status was -2 and got a score of 69. He competed with an Open Championship Exemption as the Masters champion in 2017.
Abraham Ancer started with poor performance and ended the game with one over par. Adam Scott could have been safe to make into the cut if he did not screw up his front nine. Both of them are also among the Open Championship Exemptions.
Abraham Ancer won the Emirates Australian Open in 2018, while Adam Scott ranked World No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking from May to August 2014.
In Round 3, Matt Jones was ahead of his game. He was close to winning for the second time after he extended his three strokes in this round. He had his advantage when he received a total score of 68, 71 par, and -2 status in his scorecard.
In this round, Jamie Arnold scored 64, beating Matt Jones’s 68. However, his performances in the other rounds are not enough to overcome the overall score.
In the end, Matt Jones won the 2019 Australian Open Golf with a total of 269 scores in four rounds and -15 status.