Concord Golf Club’s Doey Choi will be attempting to lift her second Women’s NSW Amateur Crown when she faces Korean Ina Yoon in tomorrow’s final at Royal Canberra Golf Club.
Doey lifted her first women’s Amateur as a 14-year-old in 2014, and tomorrow she will attempt to become the first woman since Sarah Oh in 2005/2006 to become a two-time winner.
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Choi got through to the final after a pair of solid wins in today's quarter and semi-final matches. In the Morning match she accounted for her Concord club mate Sophie Yip, 3&2, before getting the better of her NSW Women’s State teammate, Stephanie Kyriacou, two up.
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Yoon defeated Queensland’s Caitlyn Campbell-Nyman in the morning match 4&2, before showing no mercy to Darcy Habgood in the afternoon Semi final 5&4.
Choi was happy with her win this afternoon and is pleased with her form going into tomorrow’s final.
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“It was a tough match(against Kyriacou). I was two down and made a few birdies to win,”
“I’ve been practising pretty hard, so its a thrill to get to the final,” she smiled.
“I would love to see my name on the title. It’s been a long time since I won but it would be nice to do it again.?? Choi believes the experience of winning the title once before will stand her in good stead against a tough opponent.
“I've played this every year since I won it (in 2014) and I haven’t been close, so hopefully tomorrow, I’ll have a good day and see what happens,” she smiled.?