Ian Frost (Rich River) has capitalised on his overnight lead and claimed victory at the Kooringal Senior Amateur, whilst Jill Morrison (Midlands) has taken out the women’s championship. Frost put together two consistent rounds of 74 to finish on a 36-hole total of 148, one shot clear of the nearest competitors Kym Olsen (The National) & Rob Wallace (Midlands).
Familiar face Paul Gooley of Chirnside Park secured the nett trophy with a two round nett total of 142 from a daily handicap of five. In the runner-up position was Kooringal local Grant Arnold on 143 c/b just one stroke shy.
In the women’s nett championship, Portsea’s Sue Mawhinney capped a fine event taking the nett crown with a two-round total of 70 stableford points from a daily handicap of 15. Local Debbie Gorin (Kooringal) finished runner-up on 66 points.
Jill Morrison came out on top in the women’s gross championship, edging local favourite Heather Harley by three points finishing with a two round gross stableford total of 52 points to Harley’s 49 points.
The next event on the calendar will take place at Gardiners Run next Thursday 23 and Friday 24 February where places are still available for late entries. Full details are available via the tournament homepage.
To view full results of the Kooringal event, click here.