Magenta Shores CC, March 29-31, 2024

NSW Open Golf RQ: Final Rd Underway at Mollymook

The final round of the 2023 Women’s NSW Open Golf Regional Qualifier held at Mollymook is underway and being broadcast LIVE on the Fox Sports & Kayo Networks.

Overnight leader Claire Shin has a two shot lead from the chasing pack, headed by two-time NSW Women’s Open Champ, Sarah Oh. Also in the mix are NSW State Rep Rachel Lee and the Cook Islands Elmay Viking.

Sydneysider Chiziru Ueda has made a move with an early birdie to join the chasing pack.

The wonderful Molllymook’s hilltop course is the first of six fantastic venues across the state that will host a 36 hole regional qualifier, and the leading two placegetters here will securing their place in the the 2024 Open Championship to be held at the magnificent Magenta Shores Golf and Country Club Resort on the NSW Central Coast next March.

The Women’s New South Wales Open Golf Championship boasts some of the sport’s most famous female athletes on its honour roll, including the World Golf Hall of Famer, Dame Laura Davies and current world number one, Lydia Ko.



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