Date: November 19, 2017
Author: Golf NSW

TEE TIMES Who�ll lift the Kel Nagle Cup?

Jason Scrivener is in pole position to win his first professional title here at Twin Creeks in what is shaping up as an exciting finish to the NSW Open for 2017.

The West Australian holds a one-shot lead heading into the championship round, with some quality golfers all within striking distance for the Kel Nagle Cup.

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Joining Scrivener in the final group today is Victorian Lucas Herbert and Queensland’s Daniel Nesbit, who both played beautifully in challenging conditions yesterday to be genuine chances of lifting the silverware.

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Golf fans are spoilt for choice in the final pairings, with gun amateurs Min Woo Lee and Takumi Kanaya paired with 2015 Champion Ben Eccles in the penultimate group.

Also within striking distance is West Australian Jarryd Felton who is looking to take one more step in winning his first Kel Nagle Cup, having placed second in the event previously.

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There are a few clouds around, and forecasts are for the odd shower or two, but groups will tee off benign conditions with light winds all day, setting up Twin Creeks for some low scoring.

Join us today for live updates of the final round, or watch it live on Epicentre.TV, Foxtel Digital or PGA TV from 12 Midday.

Better still, head down to the magnificent Graham Marsh-designed layout in Greater Western Sydney to see some of the best golf talent in the world, on a course with great viewing positions and easy access.