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The Australian Men's Interstate Teams Matches are Australia's most prestigious Amateur Team Golf Championships. Each State is represented by eight players who contest singles match play in a round robin format, concluding with a Final.
The first Australian Men’s Team Championship was played in 1894 between NSW and Victoria. The second Championship was played between Victoria and South Australia, while the 1906 Championship was played between Victoria, NSW and Tasmania. It was not until 1946 that all states contested the event.
From 2007, the Women’s and Men’s Interstate Teams Matches were played concurrently in the same city.
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New South Wales prevailed over Tasmania to win the Australian Men’s Interstate Teams Matches at Royal Adelaide Golf Club for the first time since 2007.
The New South Wales side defeated the Tasmanians 5.5-2.5, ending their hopes of a first men’s title since 1977.
NSW captain Dimi Papadatos said he was pleased with the win in his first year as captain.
“We’ve had a good week. All of the guys get along and this has been a great course to play on, so we’re really happy,” Papadatos said.
Victoria defeated South Australia 6-2 in the first Consolation Final.
In the second Consolation Final, Queensland narrowly defeated Western Australia.
The 2013 Australian Men’s Interstate Teams Matches will also be held at Tasmania Golf Club.
Daily Pairings and Results
> Daily Pairings - Round 1
> Daily Pairings - Round 2
> Daily Pairings - Round 3
> Daily Pairings - Round 4
> Daily Pairings - Round 5
> Daily Pairings - Final
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Conditions of Play:
> Download the Conditions of Play for the Australian Men's Interstate Teams Matches
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