Australian Open 2022

Simon Sheedy prevails in play-off

The 2022 Australian Open was played at a new course, Neangar Park in Bendigo, Victoria, from November 26/27. Read the APPA post tournament report here

Overnight leader Simon Sheedy (Maldon) birdied the first hole of a sudden death play-off with Tim Daykin (Neangar Park). Both players had scored 10 under par 152 for the regulation 54 holes, Daykin shooting 51 on Sunday to Sheedy's 53. Anthony Masters (Neangar Park) fired a fine 49 final round to take third on 7 under par 155, just ahead (on the final eighteen tiebreaker) of Phil DeAraugo (Neangar Park) and Simon King (Axedale). Sue Sutton clinched the ladies title ahead of runner-up Anne Weekley and Jenny Whitaker. Complete results in  second image document below.

It was pretty tight at the top of the leaderboard overnight with Simon Sheedy leading the way on -9. Simon took advantage of the benign morning conditions to set a course record 48 (-6) with his first round, and backed it up with a solid second round of -3 (51). Two shots back were Ash McKnight (50, 51) and local favourite Tim Daykin (also 50, 51).

Read the pre-tournament Media Release here

Saturday tee times are in the 2nd image document below.

See poster attached.



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