Monday, January 05, 2015

Karis drops to T6 at Lake Macquarie

Scots-born Karis Davidson dropped to a share of sixth place after scoring a three-over-par 76 in the second round of the Ladies Lake Macquarie Championship at Belmont Golf Club, New South Wales in Australia, writes Colin Farquharson.
The 16-year-old from Innerleithen in the Tweed Valley, who has lived in Queensland with her parents for the past eight years, is on one-over-par 147, five strokes behind the leader by three, +4 Australian handicapper Shelly Shin (Concord) who has had a pair of 71s for four-under 142.
Three members of the New Zealand team for next week's Astor Trophy international team tournament at Adelaide, have moved into the top 10: Hannah Green is lying second on 145 (71-74), Chantelle Cassidy is sharing third place on 146 (71-71) and Munchin Keh i sharing sixth place on 147 (74-73).
Ann Greatorex, who plays off 10 at Royal Blackheath Golf Club in England, has had a pair of 90s for 180.

Par 146 (2x73)
Players from Australia unless stated
142 Shelly Shin 71 71
145 Hannah Green (NZ) 71 74
146 Chantelle Cassidy (NZ)75 71, Joanna Charlton 75 71, Jaimee Dougan 71 75
147 Munchin Keh (NZ) 74 73, Robyn Choi 74 73, Karis Davidson (Scotland) 71 76, Rebecca Kay 69 78

180 Ann Greatorex (England) 90 90

To view all the second round scores


Belmont Golf Club, a two-hour drive north of Sydney. Picture from the club website.