Harrison Endycott file photo Golf NSW

Sydney golfer, Harrison Endycott, continued his progress in the professional ranks with a share of 4th place at the Korn Ferry Tour’s, Visit Knoxville Open, in Knoxville in Tennessee.

Endycott, who represented Australia as a member of the Eisenhower Trophy winning team in 2016, has essentially played on the South American and Korn Ferry Tours since.

It was the second top five in eight starts in 2021 for the 24-year-old and his best finish on the Korn Ferry Tour.

Endycott produced an excellent 3 under par final nine at the Holston Hills Country Club in Knoxville and would eventually finish four shots behind the winner of the event, Greyson Sigg.

Endycott is now 61st on the Korn Ferry Tour points list but with 11 more regular season events to play in the 2020 / 2021 season there is plenty of time for his improving form to move him inside the all important top 25 who will earn PGA Tour cards for 2022.

New Zealanders Nick Voke and Steve Alker along with Australians Curtis Luck and Brett Drewiit also made the cut but finished well back.

Drewitt remains the only Australasian currently inside the top 25 on the points table.