New Zealand's Michael Hendry finished in a share of 24th place at the Korean Open on the One Asia Tour after a two-over par 73 in the final round at the Woo Jeong Hills Country Club.

Hendry, whose best result on tour this year came when he finished one shot away from defending his Indonesian Open title, managed rounds of 75, 73, 70 and 73 for a seven over par total.

The North Harbour pro earned $8600 for his week as he finished 23 shots behind American Rickie Fowler, who emphatically claimed his first career victory and was 16 udner for the tournament.

Hendry remains in seventh position on the One Asia Order of Merit after earning $180,000 from seven events in 2011.


New Zealand No 1 Danny Lee, who last week made headlines for his first win as a professional, was tied for 42nd after rounds of 74, 74, 79 and 68.

Fellow Kiwi Gareth Paddison and Brad Shilton finished in a share of 50th and 54th respectively.

Meanwhile, on the Nationwide Tour at the Children's Hospital Classic in Tennessee, Tauranga professional Bradley Iles and Manawatu pro Tim Wilkinson finished in a share of 33rd place.

Josh Geary, who is currently 63rd on the Order of Merit, finished in 59th place.

On the European Tour, both Mark Brown (71, 73) and Michael Campbell (73, 74) missed the cut at the Madrid Masters.