Date: February 01, 2017
Author: Dave Tease

Upsets galore at the NSW Amateur

Upsets are coming thick and fast during round one of the NSW Amateur Championship at Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club.

Tamworth’s Tom Gill has provided the upset of the morning, knocking out top seed Henry Spring in the first match of the morning, one up.

In a battle of high-quality golf, the winner of Last week’s Avondale Medal, Josh Armstrong, got the better of world number 20 Harrison Endycott after the match went to the 20th hole.

The English presence in the completion is still [retty well in tact with Marco Penge Easily accounting for Orange’s James Conran 4&3. Jack Singh Brad won comfortably 3&2 while Scott Gregory and Mark Had had comfortable wins. The Australian Golf Club’s Kevin Yuan got the better of the last Englishman in the field, Alfie Plant, 2&1.

Newcastle’s Blake Windred dominated his morning opponent Liam Georgiardis 5&4, While Victorian Lukas Michel held out for a one-up win over Jack Pountey.

The men's afternoon matches are underway.