The pool of talent will stretch far and wide this week when the Amateur Championships of WA begin on Wednesday, with 18 metropolitan and 9 rural West Aussie clubs being represented over the five days at the Western Australian Golf Club.
Royal Fremantle will be the club with the most competitors, with over 20 golfers playing in the prestigious WA tournament.
More than 60 clubs will be represented Australian-wide, making the tournament one of the most diverse in recent memory.
Western Australian Junior State captain Connor Fewkes and Grant Lewis will represent the Goldfields, while Sarah Taylor will travel from Kojonup to tee up at Yokine.
Alistair McEvoy will be the sole player from Gingin, detailing the coverage the competition boasts across the West.
After winning the division two title, the now division one Mount Lawley Men’s Pennant Team will feature with John Ryan, Pennant Captain Steve Plummer, Rick McKenna and Jayson Watson all playing in the event.
Journeyman Marty Van Eldik (Mandurah CC) will look for another solid performance, while Drew Dubberlin (Joondalup) will be another to watch out for during the week.
Joondalup Boys’ winning pennant captain Tom Botica and Cottesloe youngster Lucas Ferri will be searching to make an impact and challenge for the top 32.
Fritz Arnold will fly the flag for GolfWA as the newly appointed High Performance Coordinator, with the Royal Fremantle Club Champion a dark horse after a strong performance at the Gosnells Open.
The home club will have 16 players in the draw, with the fairy-tale winner a realistic chance given Haydn Barron is in the field.
The competition begins Wednesday with the morning field teeing off from 7.00am AWST.
Entry is free.