Minjee Lee after her Course Record 7-under 65 at Glenelg GC Click on the below links for the LEADERBOARDS for the: Men&aposs – Golf SA Amateur Classic Women&aposs – Rene Erichsen Salver Tournament Events Pages Men Women Click here for the GOLF SA – Facebook page Women’s – Round 3 Summary After a third round 4-under score of 68 Minjee Lee, leads the Rene Erichsen Salver by 13 strokes from Ashley Ona (QLD) and Kathleen Santoso (NSW) heaidng into the final round. Men’s- Round 3 Summary Round 3 Summary courtesy of Anthony Powter – Golf Grinder After 54 holes, Daniel Hoeve (Kwinana GC), leads the Golf SA Amateur Classic by 4 strokes, from Aaron Wilkin (Indooroopilly GC) and 5 strokes from Nathan Holman (Woodlands GC). All three players carded a 1-under round of 70 in round three of the Championship and will tee off in the final group on Sunday at 9.14am Women’s – Round 2 Summary Australia s number 1 player Minjee Lee from Royal Fremantle Golf Club has shot to the lead of the Rene Erichsen Salver courtesy of stunning course record 7-under par round of 65. Bettering the old course record of 67 held by Amateur turned Professional Breanna Eliott (VIC) in last year s event, Lee starting on the 10th hole, went out in 30 firing 5 birdies and came home in 35 with birdies on holes 2, 3 and 5. Amazingly Lee s round wasn t without a blemish, with bogeys on the 7th and 9th holes. I putted really well today, I hope to just do more of the same tomorrow and let it fall in place . Lee said. Round 1 leader, Cathleen Santoso from the Australian Golf Club in NSW sits in 2nd position, 7 strokes off Lee, after a second round 76. Cassidy Evreniadis from The Grange Golf Club is the leading South Australian after rounds of 80, 78 (158) to sit in 9th position. In Round 3 on Saturday 6 April, the leading women’s group tees off 8.36am. Men’s- Round 2 Summary Daniel Hoeve from Kwinana Golf Club in WA is the leader of the Golf SA Amateur Classic after 36 holes. After a 3-under 68, in round one, Hoeve backed up with an even par round of 71 to lead the Classic at 3-under, 1 stroke ahead of Ricky Kato from The Australian Golf Club in NSW. Hoeve s round included birdies on the 12th and 18th holes, with bogeys on the 2nd and 16th. Jack Munro from Coolangatta Golf Club in QLD leader after round 1, sits tied for 3rd on 143 after a 6-over round of 77. SA s leading player is Campbell Rawson from Glenelg Golf Club, who sits T10 after rounds of 75, 71 (146). With the cut at 159 after 36 holes, 61 players (25 South Australian s) proceed to the weekends rounds. Men’sRound 3 kicks off at 7.40am on Saturday 6 April with the Men’sleading group teeing off at 8.28am. Women’s – Round 1 Summary Cathleen Santoso from the Australian Golf Club in NSW leads the Rene Erichsen Salver after round 1, after firing a 1-under par round of 71. In perfect conditions, Santoso carded 5 birdies to lead by 4 strokes from Australia s number 1 player Min Jee Lee from Royal Fremantle Golf Club and Nadine Smith from Royal Perth. 18-year-old Santoso, who will head to the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon – on the west coast of the USA later this year, is ranked fifth nationally and 59 in the world. Jenny Lee from Glenelg Golf Club is the leading SA player sitting in 8th position after a 6-over round of 78. In Round 2 on Friday 5 April, the first women’s group tees off 12.28pm. Men’s- Round 1 Summary Jack Munro from Coolangatta Golf Club in QLD is the leader of the Golf SA Amateur Classic after Day 1. Teeing off from the 10th tee in the afternoon, 25-year-old Munro went out in 32 with 3 birdies. With a further 3 birdies on the front 9, Munro finished at 5-under par for a 66, his only blemish a bogey 5 on the 366 metre 9th hole, his last for the day. Daniel Hoeve from Kwinana Golf Club in WA, is in second position after a 3-under round of 68 while Heath Riches from Kooyonga Golf Club is the leading local player in third position, after a 1-under par round of 70. SA State Captain Chris Brown had a solid first up effort, carding a 2-over par 73 and sits tied for 13th. Men’sRound 2 kicks off at 8am on Friday 5 April.
Author: Christian Puccini / Golf SA