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Inaugural MFS Women&aposs Mid Amateur heads to Glenelg with Women&aposs Senior Earlier in 2007, Golf Australia hosted the Inaugural Australian MFS Men&aposs Mid-Amateur Championship and now it&aposs the Women&aposs turn to shine! The Inaugural Women&aposs Mid-Amateur Championship will be held in conjunction with the Australian Women’s Senior Championship in Adelaide, 10-12 October. Golf Australia Director of Championships Trevor Herden said, “Our team is looking forward to running the inaugural Australian Women&aposs Mid-Amateur Championship, in conjunction with the Australian Women&aposs Senior Amateur Championship. Combining these two events on one golf course will provide a great atmosphere for a national championship and we are fortunate to be able to play on the event at the beautiful Glenelg Golf Club”. If the strength of the field at the MFS Men&aposs Mid-Amateur is anything to go by, the Women&aposs should also be a highly competitive event over the 54 holes of stroke play. The Australian Women&aposs Senior event continues to be a 36-hole qualifying event, with the top 16 women qualifying for the match play section of the Championship and the battle to be the Australian Women&aposs Senior Champion. Click here to view the MFS Australian Women&aposs Senior Amateur Click here to view the MFS Australian Women&aposs Mid Amateur Senior Men to tackle Barwon Heads in Match Play Golf Australia has introduced another new event on to the national golfing calendar, with the Australia Men&aposs Senior Match Play Championship to be played in late September. The top 64 players on the Men&aposs Senior Order of Merit will be invited by Golf Australia to the challenging and picturesque Barwon Heads layout to compete for the title of Australian Men’sSenior Match Play Champion. In what is sure to be a competitive battle, the players will battle it out in match play format to determine who will be crowned Australian Men’sSenior Match Play Champion. Trevor Herden added “The Senior Men have a very competitive circuit of events around the country, as was illustrated at the Australian Men’sSenior Amateur Championship at Commonwealth Golf Club. The Australian Men’sSenior Match Play will bring the top Senior Order of Merit players together to play what is a unique & challenging layout down at Barwon Heads.” With Barwon Heads celebrating its centenary in 2007, the club has already hosted the Women’s Interstate Team Matches, the prestigious Four Nations Cup and now will continue the celebrations by hosting the inaugural Australian Senior Championship Match Play Championship. Click here to view the Australian Men&aposs Senior Match Play