Date: November 18, 2017
Author: Golf NSW

Weather gods keep on smiling

Fans can expect showers throughout the day here at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club, but if recent history is any indication it will have little effect on the quality of golf we have witnessed so far.

Today’s forecast is for more of the same, with most players more concerned about the wind conditions that the threat of showers.

Strong winds yesterday afternoon caused some concern as players struggled, especially with the downwind holes on the back nine.

The weather bureau has forecast winds again today, but not of the same strength we witnessed in round two.

The field was reduced overnight with players at -1 included for the weekend rounds, meaning names like WA’s Michael Sim and Michael Long still in the field with a chance of winning the prestigious event.

We have a crammed leaderboard with four players tied at -12 and a plethora of quality golfers all within striking distance.

The original architect of this magnificent golf course in Greater Western Sydney, Graham Marsh, will be joining us this weekend for the final round.

Marsh, who built this course in 2006, will be quietly pleased with the feedback about Twin Creeks.

The greens have been described as some of the best in world golf, and the course has demanded quality ball-striking and strategy in the hunt for birdies.

It should be a fascinating weekend of golf to come. Will the Texan Kramer Hickok lift the trophy on his first visit to Australia, or will Jarryd Felton go one better this year and get his name on the silverware.

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Ready to rock: Let's get this party started

By Gadd it's Josh!: Josh Gadd delivers a late lightning bolt on day one

Brett's back:Coletta rediscovers his magic

Wonder Boy: Schoolkid seizes the moment

Lunch lead: Dan's the man with birdies on tap

Course WhispererGraham Marsh's tips to tame Twin Creeks


Join us throughout the day as we bring you online and social media updates, as well as facebook live events.

There will be a live stream of the final three holes from 12 pm to 5 pm this weekend, so tune in at Epicentre.TV or on PGA TV and watch online if you can’t make it to the course.

If you are thinking about joining us, Twins Creeks is only 60-minutes from the Sydney CBD.

With the public able to walk on the course and follow their favourite players, this weekend is a great opportunity to get out and see some of the world’s best in action.