Brenda Phillips Sarah Antcliff, Tori Edmistone, Hannah Edmondstone and Kate Bell.
Brenda Phillips Sarah Antcliff, Tori Edmistone, Hannah Edmondstone and Kate Bell.

Fourth championship win for CQ

EMERALD junior golfer Tori Edmistone and her Central Queensland team has tied equal-first at the Golf Queensland Junior Jug Championships in Brisbane last week.

The win marked the CQ team’s fourth win from the past attempts and Edmistone’s maiden run at the prestigious event which has been running for the past 20 years.

Golf Central Queensland secretary Gurney Clamp said is was a great finish to Tori’s first run in the tournament, with plenty of skill within the team to back her up. “Both the captain and the team manager had a fair bit of experience in this tournament, so they definitely had the expertise and talent there to get the job done,” Clamp said.

The all-girl team certainly had their work cut out competing against golfers from all over the state, including the skilled south-east Queensland players but the CQ representatives handled the pressure with ease Clamp said.

“All the girls get on well as team, which is important and I think would have helped them a lot on the course,” he said.


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