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Thorpe and Campbell-Nyman Lead Tasmanian Open

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The Australian Capital Territory’s Adam Thorp leads the field following the first day’s play in the 2019 Men’s Tasmanian Open at Ulverstone Golf Club.

 

Thorpe, a member of the Federal Golf Club, shot a course record seven-under-par opening round of 65.

 

The 18-year-old leads his nearest rival, Mitch Van Noord from the Launceston Golf Club, by four strokes.

 

Van Noord is the leading Tasmanian and is placed second after returning a two-under-par round of 69 today.

 

Victoria’s Aiden Didone and Western Australia’s Hayden Hopewell are tied for third on one-under-par.

 

Men’s Tasmanian Open – Top Five

POS

VS PAR

TOTAL

NAME

STATE

P/A/I

CLUB

RND 1

1

-7

65

Adam Thorp

ACT

A

Federal

65

2

-3

69

Mitch Van Noord

TAS

I

Launceston

69

T3

-1

71

Aiden Didone

VIC

I

Metropolitan

71

 

-1

71

Hayden Hopewell

WA

I

Royal Fremantle

71

T5

EV

72

Cameron Allen

TAS

A

Ulverstone

72

 

EV

72

Greg Longmore

TAS

A

Launceston

72

 

EV

72

Steven Vail

NSW

A

Ryde Parramatta

72

 

Queensland’s Caitlyn Campbell-Nyman leads the Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championship following the first day’s play at Ulverstone Golf Club.

 

The 17-year-old Pacific Golf Club member shot an opening round of two-under-par 71 to lead the field by one stroke.

 

A trio of competitors including Western Australia’s Kathryn Norris, Victoria’s Linley Ooi and Isabelle Taylor from Queensland are tied on one-under-par 72.

 

Local member, Sarah Johnstone, is the leading Tasmanian in twelfth place on seven-over.

 

Women’s Tasmanian Open – Top Five

POS

VS PAR

TOTAL

NAME

STATE

A/I

CLUB

RND 1

1

-2

71

Caitlyn Campbell-Nyman

QLD

A

Pacific

71

T2

-1

72

Kathryn Norris

WA

I

Mandurah

72

 

-1

72

Linley Ooi

VIC

A

Qantas

72

 

-1

72

Isabelle Taylor

QLD

A

Sanctuary Cove

72

T5

EV

73

Rhianna Lewis

QLD

A

Pelican Waters

73

 

EV

73

Amelia Whinney

SA

I

Grange

73

 

Full Results from the Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are attached and can be downloaded from the dedicated Golf Tasmania website https://www.golf.org.au/eventdisplay/mens--womens-tasmanian-open/13426

 

 

New South Wales’ David Gleeson holds a commanding lead in Men’s Tasmanian Senior Masters at Ulverstone.

 

The Dubbo Golf Club member shot a four-over 76 and boasts a four stroke lead over fellow New South Welshmen David McClelland and Peter Zotti on eight-over.

 

Royal Hobart Golf Club’s Richard Denholm is the leading Tasmanian in fourth place on nine-over-par 81.

 

Men’s Tasmanian Senior Masters – Top Five

POS

VS PAR

TOTAL

NAME

STATE

CLUB

RND 1

1

+4

76

David Gleeson

NSW

Dubbo

76

T2

+8

80

David McClelland

NSW

Wyong

80

 

+8

80

Peter Zotti

NSW

Wagga Wagga

80

4

+9

81

Richard Denholm

TAS

Royal Hobart

81

5

+12

84

Peter Smedley

TAS

Penguin

84

 

Tasmania’s own Tammy Hall leads the Women’s Tasmanian Senior Masters after an eight-over-par round of 81 today at the Ulverstone Golf Club.

 

The Prospect Vale golfer holds a four stroke lead over fellow club member and sister, Deidre Panton, on 85.

 

Women’s Tasmanian Senior Masters – Top Five

POS

VS PAR

TOTAL

NAME

STATE

CLUB

RND 1

1

+8

81

Tammy Hall

TAS

Prospect Vale

81

2

+12

85

Deidre Panton

TAS

Prospect Vale

85

3

+13

86

Sharon Crowden

TAS

Port Sorell

86

4

+24

97

Marie Myrander

TAS

Prospect Vale

97

5

+28

101

Lindsay French

TAS

Prospect Vale

101

 

Full Results from the Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Senior Masters are attached and can be downloaded from the dedicated Golf Tasmania website https://www.golf.org.au/eventdisplay/mens--womens-tasmanian-senior-masters/13427

 

 

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The Men’s and Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are the flagship tournaments for Tasmania.

 

The 2019 Men’s & Women’s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are being played at the Ulverstone Golf Club from February 28-March 3.


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