Thorpe and Campbell-Nyman lead Tasmanian Open

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Adam Thorp of the Australian Capital Territory leads the field after the first day in 2019 Men & # 39; s Tasmanian Open at Ulverstone Golf Club.

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

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

Van Noord is the leading Tasmanian and is in second place after having returned a two-fold course of 69 today.

Victoria & # 39; s Aiden Didone and Hayden Hopewell from Western Australia are in for a shared third place on one-under-par.

Tasmanian Men's 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 & # 39; s Caitlyn Campbell-Nyman leads the Women's Tasmanian Open Golf Championship after the first day at the Ulverstone Golf Club.

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

A trio of competitors, including Kathryn Norris from Western Australia, Linley Ooi from Victoria and Isabelle Taylor from Queensland, is equal to one-under-par 72.

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

Tasmanian Women 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 Ewe

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 of the Tasmanian Open Golf Championships for men and women are attached and can be downloaded from the special Golf Tasmania website https://www.golf.org.au/eventdisplay/mens–womens-tasmanian-open/13426

David Gleeson from New South Wales has a leading position in Men & # 39; s Tasmanian Senior Masters at Ulverstone.

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

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

Tasmanian senior masters men – 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

Pinguin

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 his fellow club member and sister Deidre Panton at 85.

Tasmanian Senior Masters for Women – 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 Frans

TAS

Prospect Vale

101

Full results from the Tasmanian Senior Masters for men and women are attached and can be downloaded from the special Golf Tasmania website https://www.golf.org.au/eventdisplay/mens–womens-tasmanian-senior-masters/13427

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The Tasmanian Open Golf Championships for men and women are the flagship tournaments for Tasmania.

The 2019 Men & # 39; s & Women & # 39; s Tasmanian Open Golf Championships are played at the Ulverstone Golf Club from February 28-March 3.

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