Date: April 03, 2019
Author: Brad James

Queen Sirkit Cup

The championship is hosted annually on a rotation basis among 14 invited member countries, with each country represented by three players who compete in the 54-holes stroke play over 3 rounds. The best two scores are counted each round as the team’s score. 

This year the event was hosted by Glenelg Golf Club in South Australia, with the Australian team comprising of Doey Choi (NSW), Steph Kyriacou (NSW) and Julienne Soo (Vic). Stacey Peters was team manager, with local Glenelg GC professional Sarah King as coach and Luke Mackey assisting with athlete performance.

The Australian team finished in second place on a total team score of -1 which is a great result, however South Korea were far too strong winning the championship on -17.

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