WEG TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
|2004||Liam Main||Kingston Links|
|2006||Greg Overdyk||Waterford Valley|
|2007||Darren de Jong||The Dunes|
|2008||David Overdyk||Growling Frog|
|2009||Jared Goldsack||Eagle Ridge|
|2010||Pete Hausseger||St Andrews Beach|
|2011||Nathan Brown*||Rich River|
|2012||Liam Main||13th Beach|
|2014||Ryan McQualter||Moonah Links|
|2016||Sean Sierakowski||Torquay Sands|
|2017||Alister Murrell||Cape Schanck|
|2018||Greg Overdyk||Curlewis Golf Course|
|2021||Ryan McQualter||St Andrews Beach|
* Question marks have been raised over the accuracy of said final score, in particular when taking fresh air shots into account. This may have changed the final result. Please refer to Rule – # 3 – Subsection 2.
2021 Tour – St Andrews Beach & Rosebud Country Club
Courses: St Andrew’s Beach & Rosebud Country Club
St Andrews Beach is nestled along the south-western coast of Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula, near the thundering surf of Gunnamatta Beach and Bass Strait. Designed by world-renowned course architect, Tom Doak (Barnbougle Dunes, Cape Kidnappers, Tara Iti, et al.), the St Andrews Beach Gunnamatta Course weaves across a spectacular stretch of land evoking the famous links courses of the UK and Ireland, with a quality on par with the courses of the nearby Melbourne Sandbelt.
This classic 18-hole links-style members’ course debuted as the 9th best nationwide in 2006. Since opening for public access play in 2009, we’ve maintained our position as the number one public access course on the Australian mainland.
Day 1: Stroke Championship Round.
Day 2: Ball Best Exhibition Event