Abbie Teasdale and Josh Greer have won the respective Ivie Temperley and Roy Paxton Trophies for the lowest scoring averages across the 2022-23 season.
Royal Fremantle’s Teasdale, aged 21, added a second WA Women’s Amateur Championship title to her resume in March, and also won a string of events both at home and abroad over the past 12 months.
She topped the Ivie Temperley standings with an average of 69.13 from 25 recorded rounds ahead of Celine Chen (Joondalup CC, 71.18) and Erina Tan (Mount Lawley, 72.17).
Joondalup Country Club’s Greer, meanwhile, topped the Roy Paxton scoring charts with an average of 68.40 from 26 rounds. This left him narrowly ahead of WA state captain Connor Fewkes (Goldfields GC, 69.28) and Lake Karrinyup’s Joe Owen (69.63).
The accolade marked a fitting send-off from the amateur game for WA and Australian representative Greer, who announced his switch to the pro ranks last week. You can view the season’s final Roy Paxton and Ivie Temperley average scoring standings here.
The scoring average awards were announced at the Integro Private Wealth GolfWA Annual Golf Day and Dinner at Royal Perth Golf Club. The event is a staple on the GolfWA calendar, taking place each August and bringing together board members and representatives from metropolitan and regional clubs to celebrate the year of WA golf.
The Golf Day & Dinner also features an 18-hole Stableford competition, with teams competing for the Hastings Reid Cup. This was won by Hartfield GC’s Brian Close, Alan Lindsey, Annie Kok and Nick Kinsley.