Sunday 13 July 2014
Stefanie Hall (St. Michael's) and Joshua Armstrong (Gold Creek) have had an exceptional round of even par 72 to win the 2014 NSW Mixed Foursomes Championship by five shots from mother-son duo Jacqui and Spencer Morgan (Monash). Taking out the third prize as well as 2014 NSW Mixed Foursomes Champion of Champions was Terry Roser and Louise Mullard (Morisset) with a scratch score of 83.
In the nett section of this event Wakehurst pairing of Sachiko Cathcart and Andrew Brown were the winners with a great nett score of 74.5. Missing out on top spot by a mere half of a shot was Warwick Boys and Susan McNally (Moore Park) with 75 nett. Coming in third place was Kooindah Waters locals Robery Kelly and Holly McDarmont with 78.5 nett.
The best dressed prize was hotly contested with NSW pairing of Prescila Keogh and Johnathan Mok looking great but it was Diane Ind (Terrigal) and Robert Ind (Tally Valley) who were matched all the way from their hats to their socks.
For full results see leaderboards below:
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Friday 11 July 2014
There will be 144 starters for this year's NSW Mixed Foursomes Championship, which is to be held on Sunday July 13 at Kooindah Water Golf Club.
This year's field is even an improvement on the oversubscribed field from 2013. Last year there were a record number of entries in this event, however this year the field has increased yet again.
Bonnie Doon Club Champions James Grierson and Sophie Cusack appear to be the pairing to beat with a combined handicap of +1. Other contenders include past winner Gemma Dooley pairing up with Waratah member Greg McMillan as well as mother and son pairing Jacqui & Spencer Morgan from Monash.
Leader board, results and prize winners will be available here on Sunday.
We wish the very best of luck to all competitors and look forward to a great days play.
For further information, please contact Olivia Wilson on:
Phone: + 61 2 9505 9105
E-mail: Olivia Wilson