Sarah Antcliff and Tory Edmistone (centre) battled for supremacy at the Capricorn Resort Summer Junior Classic earlier this week.
Sarah Antcliff and Tory Edmistone (centre) battled for supremacy at the Capricorn Resort Summer Junior Classic earlier this week.

Golf rivals clash

SHE is not even out of her teens, but Tory Edmistone has been around enough golf courses to know they don't get much tougher than Yeppoon's Capricorn Resort.

The Emerald youngster however played it with ease, defeating good friend and golfing rival Sarah Antcliff on Wednesday in the final round of the Capricorn Resort Summer Junior Classic.

The 18-hole girls winner led from start to finish over the two-round tournament, scoring 78 and 81 respectively, to close out eight strokes ahead of second-placed Antcliff.

Emerald Golf Club's junior co-ordinator Tim Mullins said it was just rewards for the training and dedication shown over the past 12 months.

"It's a big thing for the club, we're all very proud of her," Mullins said.

"She fought through some swing problems earlier on, and came out the other side better for it.

"Her handicap is down to seven - which for a junior, is just colossal.

"It's certainly one of the lowest handicaps for any girls' junior in the Central Queensland region."


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