Cameron Percy PGA Tour bound

Victorian golfer Cameron Percy has assured himself of a return to the PGA Tour by winning the Price Cutter's Charity Championship in Missouri, a birdies at his final two holes snatching victory from a group of four players just one back.

With the US$121,000 he secures for his victory, Percy will move close to the top ten in the money earnings and be assured of a return to the PGA Tour by being inside the top 25 on the regular season money list when the season is completed in two events times.

Percy will still play the four event Web.Com Tour final series to establish just where he sits in terms of ranking next season, but the 40 year old, who last played the PGA Tour with full status in 2010, is back on the big stage in 2015.

Brandt Jobe, Zac Blair, Michel Kim and Carlos Sainz Jr tied for 2nd.

The next best of the Australians was Aron Price who finished 17th with Mathew Goggin and Rod Pampling 24th.

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