Tyler takes Redcliffe title in battle to final hole

Posted: 3pm 25 Jun 2021

Tyler Duncan won a thrilling battle with Richard Cook to lift the Redcliffe Golf Club A Grade Championship final.

The match went down to the final 36th hole with Duncan holding on to win 1 up, under the match play format.

In the B Grade final, 12-year-old Zac Learoyd staged a remarkable comeback from six holes down at the 18-hole halfway point to beat Liam Little 2 and 1 on the 35th hole.

Amy Hodgkins and Christine Wright won their respective finals over 36 holes. Eric Railton and Aileen Jurczynski took the C Grade finals over 18 holes.

The Redcliffe Golf Club Championship Finals were sponsored by Marlene Newcombe, of Village Motors.

Picture Gallery special - click through

Amy Hodgkins, who won the A Grade Women's final, lining up a putt.
Zac Learoyd, winner of the B Grade Men, on the green..
Supporters were out in force following the championship finals.
Tyler Duncan, the A Grade Men's winner, on the tee.
Zac Learoyd concentrating on a chip
Many supporters walked the Redcliffe fairways.
Another iron shot on its way from Tyler Duncan
Spectators watching and waiting around a green.
Richard Cook, right, who pushed Tyler Duncan all the way in the men's final.
Richard Cook during the men's A Grade final
Glorious setting as spectators follow the championship finals.
Liam Little, who lost the B Grade Men's Final, about to putt.
Golf buggies out in force.
Debbie Williamson who lost the B Grade Women's final.
Supporting role for these members.


A Grade Men - Tyler Duncan won 1 up against Richard Cook

A Grade Women - Amy Hodgkins won 8/7 against Rhondelle Ollett

B Grade Men - Zac Learoyd won 2/1 against Liam Little

B Grade Women - Christine Wright won 3/1 against Deb Williamson

C Grade Men - Eric Railton won 3/2 against Kevin Emmert

C Grade Women - Aileen Jurczynski won 9/8 against Shirley Millar

Pictures: Stephen Archer

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Tyler Duncan during a break in play.
Richard Cook marches on to the next tee.
Amy Hodgkins considering her next shot
Tyler Duncan waiting for his next shot.
Liam Little blasts off the tee.
Deb Williamson tapping in from close range.
Amy Hodgkins on her way to an 8/7 victory



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