&aposThe President&apos Bruce Lindner in action for Geelong &apos85-90&apos A field of 45 men and 12 women will contest the 2013 South Australian Mid-Amateur Championship. The 36 hole strokeplay event is being played at The Links Lady Bay Golf Club on Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 November. The Championship is open to all male and female amateur golfers aged between 30 to 54 years as at Saturday 23rd November 2013. These players must be members of Clubs affiliated with Golf SA or State or overseas associations. The Men’sHandicap Limit is 18 and Women’s 27. The Men’slow marker is former SA Amateur Champion Phil Chapman from Mt Barker/Hahndorf Golf Club playing off a handicap of plus 1.5 followed by Tony Nobbs from The Vines of Reynella Golf Club (0.4 handicap). Patrick Mentzel (West Lakes) who was victorious last year by one stroke with rounds of 78-75 (153) is back to defend his title. In the Women’s event 8 handicapper Debra Percey from Kooyonga Golf Club heads the field along with Nicolle Rantanen from The Grange (handicap 10). News Limited employee and former tennis professional Jesper Fjeldstad (Marion Park GC), former Glenelg and St Kilda ruckman Wayne Thornborrow (Links Lady Bay GC) and former West Adelaide/Geelong and Adelaide spearhead Bruce Lindner (The Grange GC) will all be teeing off in the Championship. For the Tournament Event Page incl Draw – CLICK HERE Links Lady Bay Resort: Situated on the cusp of the magnificent Lady Bay adjacent to the seaside town of Normanville you will find Links Lady Bay Resort. Complete with championship golf course and stunning ocean views the facilities are full of charm and quality, reflecting the unique character of the Southern Fleurieu. Designed by golfing legends Jack Newton, Graeme Grant and John Spencer the Links Lady Bay has subtle bent greens and is a true St Andrews style sand based course. Number 1 resort course in South Australia Number 1 public access course in South Australia Number 64 in Australia s top 100 courses One of South Australia&aposs Finest, strong enough from the back tees to test gifted golfers, yet fair enough to be enjoyed by the average player, the championship golf course is regarded as one of South Australia s finest. Some of the short holes would grace any of the most famous links courses in the world. In particular the signature 17th hole, which features in Australia s best holes, provides a challenging test into the wind for the player striving to gain his par 3.
Author: Christian Puccini / Golf SA