Ryan Ruffels finished second in Canada. Image: Getty
Ryan Ruffels missed a two-meter-long birdie-putt that would have given him a big chance for his first professional victory, but the young Australian continues to jump in North and South America.
Ruffels, taking advantage of a break in the PGA Latino Tour, where he is fifth in the order of merit, ended up as a couple, back in the Mackenzie Tour & # 39; s Windsor Championship in Ontario, Canada.
With rounds of 68-63-67-66, Melburnian Ruffels, 20, hit the final blow up close and had a great chance of giving the final winner Dawson Armstrong the lead at 20-under.
But he drew the well to the left. "Destroyed is an understatement," he tweeted later. "You come slowly but surely. Breakthrough is just around the corner."
Ruffels had a good year during the Latino Tour and recovered part of the form, making him one of & # 39; the world's best amateurs.
But it is far from the depth of 2018 when he admitted that he hit the ball badly and was "afraid" of playing golf.
It was a mostly quiet weekend for Australians on the different tours.
Rod Pampling (56th), Curtis Luck (58th) and Jason Day (66th) did not threaten during the 3M championship of the PGA Tour, although Luck at least earned some money and showed some good signals after a break.
Wade Ormsby was 19th behind Spaniard Jon Rahm in the Irish Open on the European Tour.