Date: September 14, 2012
Author: Shawn McCauley / Golf WA

Kato amongst elite amateurs to gear up for Mandurah

150 players will be showcasing their talents at Mandurah Country Club from September 15 17 when they compete in the Mandurah Amateur Open; a field which attracts some of the most gifted amateur talent in the country. The Open event will feature several National and State representatives including 9 of the top 20 players on the National Amateur Rankings. Amongst those are National Squad members Ricky Kato (NSW), Oliver Goss (Royal Fremantle), Daniel Nisbet (QLD), Todd Sinnott (VIC) and Nathan Holman (VIC). The Mandurah Amateur Open Championship is a National Ranking Event played over 72 Holes of Stroke Play. Day one and two will each include 18 holes, with 36 holes being played on the final day. Also being played over the weekend is the Mandurah Bowl which is a 36 Hole Nett event and will see over 70 players taking on 18 holes on the first two days.