Date: November 13, 2018
Author: Golf Queensland

North Queensland East for the big win

This year’s competition promised to be one of the most hotly contested Inter Association Teams events in recent memory, with over 80% of players with a handicap of 5 or less converging on om Ipswich Golf Club for the 2-day championship.

The Inter-Association Championship is a team’s event with each District being represented by four players. The total team score is determined by adding the best team score in the Foursomes event, the best team score in the Four-Ball stroke event and the best 3 of the 4 player's scores in the individual stroke event.

The North Queensland East District have won the Queensland Men’s Inter-Association Teams Event with a gross scored of 369 while Darling Downs secured the Nett win with a total of 371.5.

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Damien Haupt had the best round of the blustery testy day, with 2 under 70.

Central Queensland, represented by Joey Kimbara and Dylan Parish, jumped out to a lead on day one with a fine fourball score of 8 under (64), however couldn’t maintain with North Queensland East’s consistency in the singles proving too much.

Moreton District are to be congratulated for their excellent hosting of this year’s event, with Ipswich Golf Club continually praised by the players for presenting some of the best greens in Queensland.

Stay tuned for more information in the coming month for 2019’s venue.

Full results:


  1. NQ East  369
  2. Darling Downs  375(countback)
  3. Central Qld 375
  4. South East Qld 377
  5. Wide Bay 379
  6. Moreton 382
  7. South West 395
  8. Central Highlands 397
  9. FNQ 420
  10. Central West 431
  11. NQ West 467



  1. NQ East 369.5 (ineligible due to Gross win)
  2. Darling Downs 371.5
  3. Wide Bay 372
  4. FNQ 374
  5. Moreton 374.5
  6. South East Qld 380.5
  7. Central Qld 380.5
  8. South West 387
  9. Central Highlands 388
  10. Central West 414.5
  11. NQ West 436.5