Tony finds A Grade form

Posted: 5pm 04 May 2021

Redcliffe Golf Club members were in fine form for the final round of the 72-hole gross Autumn Trophy Stroke Play Championship last month.

The Gross A Grade winner was Tony Rendell, B Grade Don Heirdsfield, C Grade to be decided following a tie.

Grant Fennell won the nett A Grade competition, Roy Kuys the B Grade and Kieren Kronenberg the C Grade.

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Redcliffe Golf Club - home of the 2021 Queensland Golf Industry Tournament of the Year 2021.


Winner 72 Hole A Grade Gross: Tony Rendell 290
Winner 72 Hole A Grade Nett: Grant Fennell 283

Winner 72 Hole B Grade Gross: Don Heirdsfield 334
Winner 72 Hole B Grade Nett: Ray Kuys 281

Winner 72 Hole C Grade Gross: Playoff between John Cramond and Les Poulsen 372
Winner 72 Hole C Grade Nett: Kieren Kronenberg 278

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