Geoff Nicholas on his way to a final round of 75 at Redcliffe Golf Club
Geoff Nicholas has won the Queensland Inclusive Championship 2019 at Redcliffe Golf Club.
Guiding the Queensland title is perhaps another honor to add to Nicholas' decorated career;
The number 1 position in the Australian ranking and highly ranked amputee on the world ranking for golfers with disabilities (WR4GD).
Currently holds this title, none other than New South Welshman Shane Luke.
Nicholas claimed the early lead over Luke, who fought to stay with Nicholas during the turn, but it would be Cameron Pollard who would pass Luke to be Nicholas' runner up.
In the Nett event, it was Tarun Kanji of the Gold Coast who was released two strokes from Andrew Woo from New Zealand.
Woo returns tonight as the first New Zealand player on the world ranking for golfers with disabilities, this week supported on the bag by LPGA and LET Tour member Cathryn Bristow.
The winner of Stableford was Redcliffe G.C and Matthew Curley, member of the Special Olympics Queensland, with an impressive 38 & 40pts over the two days. Curley won the Gold Coast Mark Green and won the 36-hole event with 2 points.
Brendan Monaghan, Adam Leak, Graham Macduff, Damon Dionysius and Ryan O & # 39; Malley
The QLD Inclusive Championship included an 8-hole challenge for golfers as a route to the 36-hole championship won by Sunshine Coast players Brendan Monaghan, Adam Leak, Graham Macduff, Damon Dionysius and Ryan O & # 39; Malley.
For many of the participants, the championship offered the opportunity to become a member of the R4GD.
Under the management of the R & A and USGA, the R4GD has been developed to create paths for people with a limitation to national and international representation through events such as the Australian All Abilities Championship and the European Individual Championship.
Michael Dobbie with Brendan Borger has become a member of the WR4GD
For the final scores click here
For more information about Inclusive Golf, go to www.golf.org.au/inclusionreide19459003]