Date: November 01, 2013

NSW dominates Australian Deaf Golf Championships

NSWs Jack McLeod, Simon Hogan and the Men&aposs State Team are proud winners in their respective categories of the recently held Australian Deaf Golf Championship. Deaf Golf Australia along with Western Australia Deaf Golf Association were the proud hosts of the 21st Australian Deaf Golf Championships held at Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club, Mandurah, Western Australia from 25 to 27 October, 2013. There were 36 participants in the golf tournament, including 31 men and five women from five states. The players were greeted with beautiful and warm weather and Meadow Springs proved to be a tough but fair golf course. Notable results were the close contest between Jack McLeod (NSW) and Jack Besley (VIC) for the Australian Men&aposs Championships. Only one shot separated the pair after 54 holes. They were both commended for excellent sportsmanship and provided a great contest for many to watch. Simon Hogan (NSW) displayed excellent golf to win the Men&aposs Nett Championship with a 76 gross (61 nett) in the final round. Therese Pierce (VIC) won the Ladies Championships and Wayne Parsons (QLD) won the Seniors Championships. The NSW Men’sState Teams Champions who won with a 916 (54 Hole Record) comprised of Craig Douglas, Luke Ellis, David Emesz, Paul Hammond, Jack McLeod and Andy Honeysett. For full details and results visit: