25 Feb 2021 | Amateur golf |

Meaburn leads Tassie Open

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Meaburn leads Tassie Open
Royal Hobart Golf Club's Hallile Meaburn leads the Tasmanian Open

Royal Hobart Golf Club’s Hallie Meaburn leads the field following the first day’s play in 2021 Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championship. Meaburn carded an opening round of one-under 70 at the Kingston Beach Golf Club to finish one stroke ahead of her nearest rivals Yerin Kim and Shyla Singh. Kim from the Strathfield Golf Club in New South Wales and Singh from the Southport Golf Club in Queensland are tied for second on even-par 71. While New South Wales’ Kelsey Bennett from the St Michael’s Golf Club and June Song from Avondale are tied for fourth place on two-over-par. Women’s Tasmanian Open – Top Five POS VS PAR TOTAL NAME STATE A/I CLUB RND 1 1 -1 70 Hallie Meaburn TAS A Royal Hobart Golf Club 70 T2 EV 71 Yerin Kim NSW A Strathfield Golf Club 71 EV 71 Shyla Singh QLD A Southport Golf Club 71 T4 +2 73 Kelsey Bennett NSW A St Michael's Golf Club 73 +2 73 June Song NSW I Avondale Golf Club 73 Meanwhile, South Australia’s Jack Buchanan shot to the lead of the corresponding Men’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championship today with a six-under-par round of 65. The Glenelg Golf Club member holds a two-stroke lead over Launceston Golf Club’s Mitch Van Noord on four-under 67. New South Wales’ Joshua Fuller is in third place with a three-under 68 and is followed by Victoria’s Brody Harbinson in fourth on two under 69. Victoria’s Antony Maistorovic, Queensland’s Mitchell Revie and Ulverstone Golf Club’s Craig Walker round out the top five on one-under-par. Men’s Tasmanian Open – Top Five POS VS PAR TOTAL NAME STATE P/A/I CLUB RND 1 1 -6 65 Jack Buchanan SA I Glenelg Golf Club 65 2 -4 67 Mitch Van Noord TAS A Launceston Golf Club 67 3 -3 68 Joshua Fuller NSW A The Vintage Golf Club 68 4 -2 69 Brody Harbinson VIC A Peninsula-Kingswood Country Golf Club 69 T5 -1 70 Antony Majstorovic VIC A Victoria Golf Club 70 -1 70 Mitchell Revie QLD A Southport Golf Club 70 -1 70 Craig Walker TAS A Ulverstone Golf Club 70 Full Results from the Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships can be downloaded from the dedicated Golf Australia website HERE Prospect Vale Golf Club’s Tammy Hall leads the 2021 Women’s Tasmanian Senior Open following the first day’s play. Hall shot an opening round of 82 and leads Ulverstone Golf Club’s Rosemary Paton by four strokes in second place on 86. Hall’s sister, Deidre Panton, also from Prospect Vale Golf Club, is in placed third on 90. Women’s Tasmanian Senior Open – Top Five POS VS PAR TOTAL NAME STATE CLUB RND 1 1 +11 82 Tammy Hall TAS Prospect Vale Golf Club 82 2 +15 86 Rosemary Paton TAS Ulverstone Golf Club 86 3 +19 90 Deidre Panton TAS Prospect Vale Golf Club 90 4 +21 92 Laurence Bargibant QLD Arundel Hills Country Club 92 T5 +24 95 Katrina Archer TAS Prospect Vale Golf Club 95 T5 +24 95 Raelene Hayes SA Warooka Golf Club 95 While Launceston Golf Club’s Shayne Walker leads the 2021 Men’s Tasmanian Senior Open with a two-over-par round of 73. The newly crowned men’s senior amateur champion holds a one stroke lead over Prospect Vale’s Robbie Berne in second place on three-over 74. Queensland’s Brad Dowling from the Southport Golf Club is third with a four-over-par round of 75. Men’s Tasmanian Senior Open – Top Five POS VS PAR TOTAL NAME STATE CLUB RND 1 1 +2 73 Shayne Walker TAS Launceston Golf Club 73 2 +3 74 Robbie Berne TAS Prospect Vale Golf Club 74 3 +4 75 Brad Dowling QLD Southport Golf Club 75 4 +5 76 Stephen Valentine VIC Kew Golf Club 76 T5 +7 78 Richard Denholm TAS Royal Hobart Golf Club 78 +7 78 Ian Frost QLD Arundel Hills Country Club 78 Full Results from the Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Senior Open can be downloaded from the dedicated Golf Australia website HERE

The Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are the flagship tournaments for Tasmanian golf. The 2021 Men’s & Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are being played at the Kingston Beach Golf Club from February 25-28.

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