Magenta Shores CC, March 29-31, 2024

WEATHER: Saturday Play Abandoned

2.30pm Update

After a course inspection at 2.00pm, and in consultation with course staff, it has been determined that the course at Tuncurry will not be playable for the remainder of today, Saturday 25 March.

Round 2 will recommence at 7.40am tomorrow, Sunday 26 March. For players that have commenced Round 2, you will need to be back in position on course to recommence your round at 7.40am.

Players who are recommencing their round on course will have priority on the range from 6.45am – 7.10am. The players who are yet to commence Round 2, are encouraged to not access the range until after 7am due to limited access. 

For those who are yet to commence Round 2, an updated draw is available at https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/9159252937875150758.

After the completion of Round 2 for all players, a cut will be done to the top 50 players plus ties. Round 3 will likely occur in the format of a shotgun start after the cut is performed.

Further information will be sent to players this afternoon about how to recommence their round according to the Rules of Golf.

Rainy Weather
Groups return to the clubhouse as the tempest arrives at Tuncurry in force

12.10pm: Weather DELAY

Play has been suspended at the Women’s NSW Open after a torrential downpour.

With the Tuncurry course copping over 67mm of rain in just under an hour, and the weather cell which brought it not moving at any great speed, Offcials will make a decision on continuation of play at 2.30pm.

Players have been advised they are allowed to leave the course, and will be given on hour’s notice of a resumption at that time.



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