"Kirsten Rudgeley" (Tagged articles)

The 2021 Bowra and O’Dea Classic commenced today in wild gusty conditions at Lake Karrinyup Country Club. Read More »

WA’s own Kirsten Rudgeley continued her dominant run of form in South Australia closing out the Rene Erichsen Salver. Read More »

Fiercely contested semi-final rounds in the 2021 WA Open have narrowed the field to four.  Mount Lawley’s Kirsten Rudgeley will challenge Joondalup’s Amie Phobubpa for the Women’s title tomorrow, closely followed by WA Golf Club’s Haydn Barron, who will contest … Read More

Gold Coaster Becky Kay still holds a commanding three-shot lead going into the final round of the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic, with the defending champion on track to record her third victory in a month. Read More »

Becky Kay has continued her phenomenal start to 2018, taking a four-shot lead after two rounds of the Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic at Cottesloe Golf Club on Monday afternoon.

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The Bowra &O’Dea Women’s Classic will boast one of the strongest fields in recent history next week, with five of the top 10 Australian Amateurs gearing up for the event at Cottesloe Golf Club. Read More »

A number of Western Australian’s have take centre stage on Friday after plenty of top seeds were bundled out in a dramatic day at the WA Amateur. Read More »

Two of Western Australia’s brightest young stars shone during round two of the WA Amateur Championships, with Kirsten Rudgeley and Abbie Teasdale both breaking the WAGC course record on Thursday afternoon. Read More »

Queensland’s Will Florimo has well and truly put his name on the map after an opening round eight-under-par 62 at the Amateur Championships of Western Australia at the Western Australian Golf Club on Wednesday morning. Read More »

The Western Australian Golf Club will play host to the much-anticipated Amateur Championships of WA next week, with some of the best male and female talent from around the country featuring in the stroke and match play event. Read More »

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