Strong regional flavour on sand greens for 2020 Aglime State Sand Green Championships at Riverview Golf Club
Cranbrook resident Mark Adams took out the 36 hole nett competition at the 2020 Aglime State Sand Green Championships at the Riverview Golf Club, near Albany last week.
Adams shared the spoils with Mt Barker Golf Club member Peter Steicke after they couldn’t be separated at the end of two rounds.
Both players finished round one with a score of 70 before hitting 71 on the second round to finish with a total of 141.
Michael Hilder finished in fourth place with 145, hitting 75 and then finishing with an impressive 70 on the second round.
Wagin Golf Club member Reece Taylor and Brookton Golf Club member Christopher Rawes finished equal 11th on a total of 146 after hitting 73 on both rounds.
Katanning Country Club member Michael Kowald and Brookton’s David Cliff finished on 151.
Kowald hit 77 in his first round before improving on the second round with 74, while Cliff started with 74 and finished with 77.
Wagin golfer Kenneth Adams was one shot behind on 152 hitting 74 and 78 respectively, while Vance Blechynden from Brookton and Ryan Flugge from Katanning CC finished inside the top 50 for nett also with a total of 153.
Defending 36-hole stroke champion Ryan Peake from Lakelands Golf Club in Perth won the 2020 Championships with a 4-under par score.
Adam Davey from Busselton was runner-up one stroke further back, while Rawes was another shot behind on 142 after hitting 71 in both rounds.
A strong second round of 73 from Hilder helped him finished in 11th place on a total of 151 after hitting 78 in round one.
Kenneth Adams hit 74 and 78 in the gross competition to finish on 152 in 13th place one shot ahead of Flugge on 153 after hitting 73 and 80 respectively in his two rounds.
Katanning’s Douglas Smith (158) finished one ahead of David Cliff from Brookton (159), Taylor (160) , Blechynden and Mark Adams (161), Wayne Bryne and Jack Sergeant from Katanning on 164 and Brett Coxon (Narrogin Golf Club) and Lenne Garstone (Katanning CC) on 165.
A total of 164 players competed on Thursday and 192 contested each of the following three days.
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