DP World Tour Inside Golf Manitoba Media Release

Solid week for Cockerill in Japan

Manitoba’s Aaron Cockerill lost on a second playoff hole to finish in second spot Sunday at the ISPS Handa Championship on the DP World Tour.

Shooting a final round two under par 68 to finish 72 holes at -15, Cockerill would go on to par both playoff holes, while Lucas Herbert of Australia birdied the second extra hole to win.

Cockerill’s landing spot on this week’s leaderboard earns him just shy of $300,000.

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WATCH | third round POST ROUND INTERVIEW (courtesy DP World Tour)

WATCH | first round POST ROUND INTERVIEW (courtesy DP World Tour)

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Cockerill finishes T4 in Alfred Dunhill Championship

MALELANE, SOUTH AFRICA – Manitoba’s Aaron Cockerill had four birdies and a bogey on the back nine to finish in a tie for fourth at the Alfred Dunhill Championship that was played December 8-11 at the Leopard Creek Country Club. Cockerill finished the event at 14-under par on scores of 70-65-70-69. It’s his first top 10 result in just his third start of the 2022/23 season. The result matches his third best career finish and it’s his third largest career paycheck on the European Tour. The finish also earned Cockerill 84.66 DP World Tour points moving him up 65 spots to 22nd place in the Race to Dubai Rankings.

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Cockerill, a two-time winner of the Golf Manitoba Amateur Golfer of the Year award, retained his DP World Tour status for the 2022/23 season with a T27 finish at the Portugal Masters in late October.