Day 3 of the Australian Master of the Amateurs saw magnificent conditions with virtually no wind and all the boys excited about their prospects after some hard work after Round 2. Peter Thomson was present and spoke with Dale Brandt-Richards about how impressed he was with his game and rhythm. It had the appropriate effect with Dale firing a 67 and moving him back to even par for the tournament. Troy Moses was on fire being 6 under through 12 holes until a couple of late 3 putts saw him close with a great 69. He hit all 18 greens in regulation in an awesome ball striking display. Harrison Endycott was magnificent in every department to fire “the worst score I could have shot” with a 69. Jordan Zunic was again very impressive with a 71 and continues to lead the NSW contingent by a shot at 1 under the card. He spent a productive session with the National Coach – NSW Dean Kinney the previous day and was very happy with his ball striking as a result. Cameron Davis did not have his A Game but still managed a nice 74. He put a new driver in the bag and he was really pleased with its first outing. “All the boys represented the state superbly and they all have a chance at the big prize tomorrow with a nice round.” said Coach Kinney. “I am very proud of them all.” #CmonAussies #GoNSW For more information about the Australian Master of the Amateurs click on the links below.
Author: Update from Dean Kinney, National Coach - NSW