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Tasmanian Open

The Tasmanian Open is an annual golf tournament held in Tasmania, Australia.

Tasmanian Open
Tournament information
LocationHobart, Tasmania, Australia
Established1913
Course(s)Kingston Beach Golf Club
Par71
Tour(s)PGA Tour of Australasia
FormatStroke play
Month playedFebruary
Tournament record score
Aggregate269 Ted Ball (1964)
To par−17 Ian Roberts (1985)
Current champion
Samuel Slater
Location Map
Kingston Beach GC
Location in Australia
Kingston Beach GC
Location in Tasmania

History

The Tasmanian amateur championship was first played in 1902 as a 36 hole stroke-play event. From 1910 the stroke-play acted as qualifying for a match-play stage, with the leading four players qualifying.[1] In 1913 the 36 hole stroke-play event was opened up to professionals as well as amateurs and the winner became the Tasmanian Open champion. The first winner was an amateur, Eustace Headlam.[2] This was the only event before World War I, the championship being revived in 1919 and was again won by Headlam.[3] There was no Open championship between 1923 and 1929, the event again being restricted to amateurs. The 1922 Open was won by Robert Nettlefold and when it restarted in 1930 it was won by his son, Len Nettlefold, with Jock Robertson, the Kingston Beach professional, the runner-up.[4][5] Len Nettlefold won the event 7 times in 8 years and won for an eighth time in 1947.[6] In 1938 Alf Toogood, Jock Robertson's successor at Kingston Beach, became the first professional winner and he was followed by Denis Denehey in 1939.[7][8]

After World War II, amateurs continued to be successful, including 19-year-old Peter Toogood, the son of Alf Toogood, in 1949.[9] Alf himself won the following year, 1950, pushing Peter into second place.[10] Peter Toogood won again in 1951 and would win every year from 1954 to 1959, matching Len Nettlefold's record of 8 championships.[11] The Open was expanded to 72 holes in 1953. Ron Smith, an amateur from Victoria, won with 60-year-old Alf Toogood one of the runners-up.[12]

In 1961, a small group of New South Wales professionals went on a promotional tour of Tasmania, and played in the Open. One of them, Alan Murray won, with two others, second and third.[13][14] The following year the Tasmanian government gave a grant towards the Open, and the £1,000 prize money attracted a number of professionals.[15] Frank Phillips and Peter Thomson tied on 279, but there was something of anti-climax since Thomson had assumed that Phillips would win and had left for the mainland, forfeiting the championship to Phillips.[16] The £1,000 prize money continued for a few years, rising to A$10,000 by 1975 and reaching A$100,000 in 1988 and 1989.[17][18][19] There had only been three professional wins up to 1960 but from 1961 to 1992 the situation reversed, with only one amateur winner in that period, Max Robison in 1978.

The 1991 event had prize money of A$85,000, failing to meet the minimum requirement for a tour event.[20] After 1992, the event failed to attract leading professionals and there has only been one professional winner since 1992, Simon Hawkes in 2016.

Winners

Year Winner Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up Venue Ref.
Tasmanian Open
1992   Darren Cole 281 −3 2 strokes   Taylor Murphy Mowbray [21]
Tattersall's Tasmanian Open
1991   Chris Gray 280 −8 2 strokes   Jon Evans
  Bradley Hughes
  Robert Stephens
Royal Hobart [22]
1990: No tournament
1989   Ian Stanley 279 −1 Playoff[a]   Peter O'Malley Devonport [19]
1988   Brett Ogle 284 −4 1 stroke   Brett Johns (a) Tasmania [18]
Foster's Tattersall Tasmanian Open
1987   Brian Jones 283 −5 1 stroke   Mike Colandro Tasmania [23]
Foster's Tasmanian Open
1986   Stewart Ginn (4) 281 −7 Playoff[b]   Magnus Persson Royal Hobart [24]
1985   Ian Roberts 271 −17 2 strokes   Ian Baker-Finch Riverside [25]
Tasmanian Open
1984   Mike Clayton 275 −13 2 strokes   John Clifford
  Wayne Grady
Kingston Beach [26]
1983   Bob Shaw 271 −9 1 stroke   Ian Stanley Devonport [27]
Tattersall's Tasmanian Open
1982   Colin Bishop 286 −2 1 stroke   Mike Cahill
  Rodger Davis
  Stewart Ginn
  Jack Newton
Tasmania [28]
1981   Roger Stephens 276 −12 2 strokes   Colin Bishop Launceston [29]
1980   Stewart Ginn (3) 280 −8 3 strokes   Brian Jones Royal Hobart [30]
1979   Marty Bohen 271 −9 4 strokes   Terry Kendall Devonport [31]
1978   Max Robison (a) 287 −1 4 strokes   Ian Stanley Tasmania [32]
1977   Bill Dunk (2) 272 −12 4 strokes   Mike Cahill Mowbray [33]
Tasmanian Open
1976   David Good 283 −5 Playoff[c]   Stewart Ginn
  Brian Jones
  Ian Stanley
Royal Hobart [34]
1975   Stewart Ginn (2) 272 −8 Playoff[d]   Ross Metherell Devonport [17]
1974   Bob Shearer 281 −7 Playoff   Ted Ball Tasmania [35]
1973   Stewart Ginn 280 −4 2 strokes   David Good
  Ian Paul
  Randall Vines
Claremont [36]
1972   Bill Dunk 272 −8 5 strokes Devonport [37]
1971   Frank Phillips (2) 285 −3 3 strokes   Tim Woolbank Tasmania [38]
1970   David Graham 282 1 stroke   Terry Kendall Kingston Beach [39]
1969   Alan Murray (3) 280 −8 1 stroke   Randall Vines Riverside [40]
1968   Randall Vines 274 −14 17 stroke   Walter Godfrey Royal Hobart [41]
1967   Bob Stanton Devonport [42]
1966   Tim Woolbank Claremont [43]
1965   Alan Murray (2) 287 1 stroke   Ted Ball Launceston [44]
1964   Ted Ball 269 9 strokes   Peter Thomson Kingston Beach [45]
1963   Peter Mills 278 7 strokes   Darrell Welch Riverside [46]
1962   Frank Phillips 279 Playoff[e]   Peter Thomson Royal Hobart [16]
1961   Alan Murray 281 4 strokes   Darrell Welch Launceston [13]
1960   Des Turner (a)
1959   Peter Toogood (a) (8)
1958   Peter Toogood (a) (7)
1957   Peter Toogood (a) (6)
1956   Peter Toogood (a) (5)
1955   Peter Toogood (a) (4)
1954   Peter Toogood (a) (3) 283 −1 7 strokes   Len Bowditch (a) Royal Hobart [47]
1953   Ron Smith (a) 298 +6 1 stroke   Peter Brown (a)
  Alf Toogood
Launceston [12]
1952   Lance Baynton (a) 149 Playoff[f]   Len Bowditch (a)
  John Toogood (a)
Kingston Beach [48]
1951   Peter Toogood (a) (2) 143 9 strokes   G. S. Bailey Launceston [11]
1950   Alf Toogood (2) 142 3 strokes   Peter Toogood (a) Royal Hobart [10]
1949   Peter Toogood (a) 143 Playoff[g]   Ron Smith (a) Launceston [9]
1948   E. J. Willing (a) 148 2 strokes   Peter Brown (a) Kingston Beach [49]
1947   Len Nettlefold (a) (8) 152 Playoff[h]   Alf Toogood Launceston [6]
1946   Len Bowditch (a) 147 1 stroke   Alf Toogood Royal Hobart [50]
1940–1945: No tournament due to World War II
1939   Denis Denehey 148 2 strokes   Len Nettlefold (a) Launceston [8]
1938   Alf Toogood 148 3 strokes   Denis Denehey Kingston Beach [7]
1937   Len Nettlefold (a) (7) 144 1 stroke   Alf Toogood Launceston [51]
1936   Len Nettlefold (a) (6) 132 9 strokes   C. G. Thynne (a) Royal Hobart [52]
1935   Len Nettlefold (a) (5) 147 4 strokes   Bill Robertson Launceston [53]
1934   Len Nettlefold (a) (4) 145 2 strokes   Jock Robertson Kingston Beach [54]
1933   Terence Brown (a) 152 1 stroke   Ellis Davies (a)
  J. Melrose (a)
Launceston [55]
1932   Len Nettlefold (a) (3) 142 3 strokes   Eustace Headlam Royal Hobart [56]
1931   Len Nettlefold (a) (2) 143 5 strokes   Jock Robertson Launceston [57]
1930   Len Nettlefold (a) 148 1 stroke   Jock Robertson Kingston Beach [5]
1923–1929: No tournament
1922   Robert Nettlefold (a) 154 1 stroke   Eustace Headlam (a)
  Len Nettlefold (a)
Hobart [4]
1921   Thomas Archer Jr. (a) 157 1 stroke   R O'Connor (a) Launceston [58]
1920   Hugh Smith (a) 157 3 strokes   Felix Headlam (a) Hobart [59]
1919   Eustace Headlam (a) (2) 152 3 strokes   Henry Allport (a) Launceston [3]
1914–1918: No tournament due to World War I
1913   Eustace Headlam (a) 152 7 strokes   George Fawcett (a) Launceston [2]
  1. ^ Stanley won at the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  2. ^ Ginn won at the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  3. ^ Good won at the fifth hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  4. ^ Ginn won at the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  5. ^ Phillips won by forfeit.
  6. ^ Baynton won a 6 hole playoff by 2 strokes.
  7. ^ Toogood won a 6 hole playoff by 2 strokes.
  8. ^ Nettlefold won a 6 hole playoff by 1 stroke.

Source:[60]

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Tasmanian Open
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The Tasmanian Open is an annual golf tournament held in Tasmania Australia Tasmanian OpenTournament informationLocationHobart Tasmania AustraliaEstablished1913Course s Kingston Beach Golf ClubPar71Tour s PGA Tour of AustralasiaFormatStroke playMonth playedFebruaryTournament record scoreAggregate269 Ted Ball 1964 To par 17 Ian Roberts 1985 Current championSamuel SlaterLocation MapKingston Beach GCLocation in AustraliaShow map of AustraliaKingston Beach GCLocation in TasmaniaShow map of TasmaniaHistory EditThe Tasmanian amateur championship was first played in 1902 as a 36 hole stroke play event From 1910 the stroke play acted as qualifying for a match play stage with the leading four players qualifying 1 In 1913 the 36 hole stroke play event was opened up to professionals as well as amateurs and the winner became the Tasmanian Open champion The first winner was an amateur Eustace Headlam 2 This was the only event before World War I the championship being revived in 1919 and was again won by Headlam 3 There was no Open championship between 1923 and 1929 the event again being restricted to amateurs The 1922 Open was won by Robert Nettlefold and when it restarted in 1930 it was won by his son Len Nettlefold with Jock Robertson the Kingston Beach professional the runner up 4 5 Len Nettlefold won the event 7 times in 8 years and won for an eighth time in 1947 6 In 1938 Alf Toogood Jock Robertson s successor at Kingston Beach became the first professional winner and he was followed by Denis Denehey in 1939 7 8 After World War II amateurs continued to be successful including 19 year old Peter Toogood the son of Alf Toogood in 1949 9 Alf himself won the following year 1950 pushing Peter into second place 10 Peter Toogood won again in 1951 and would win every year from 1954 to 1959 matching Len Nettlefold s record of 8 championships 11 The Open was expanded to 72 holes in 1953 Ron Smith an amateur from Victoria won with 60 year old Alf Toogood one of the runners up 12 In 1961 a small group of New South Wales professionals went on a promotional tour of Tasmania and played in the Open One of them Alan Murray won with two others second and third 13 14 The following year the Tasmanian government gave a grant towards the Open and the 1 000 prize money attracted a number of professionals 15 Frank Phillips and Peter Thomson tied on 279 but there was something of anti climax since Thomson had assumed that Phillips would win and had left for the mainland forfeiting the championship to Phillips 16 The 1 000 prize money continued for a few years rising to A 10 000 by 1975 and reaching A 100 000 in 1988 and 1989 17 18 19 There had only been three professional wins up to 1960 but from 1961 to 1992 the situation reversed with only one amateur winner in that period Max Robison in 1978 The 1991 event had prize money of A 85 000 failing to meet the minimum requirement for a tour event 20 After 1992 the event failed to attract leading professionals and there has only been one professional winner since 1992 Simon Hawkes in 2016 Winners Edit2022 Samuel Slater a 2021 Joshua Fuller a 2020 Hayden Hopewell a 2019 Aiden Didone a 2018 No tournament 2017 Lee Chang gi a 2016 Simon Hawkes 2015 Anthony Quayle a 2014 Jarryd Felton a 2013 Jordan Zunic a 2012 Ricky Kato a 2011 Matt Stieger a 2010 Jin Jeong a 2009 Ryan McCarthy a 2008 Tim Stewart a 2007 Rohan Blizard a 2006 Ben Parker a 2005 Ashley Hall a 2004 Kevin Chun a 2003 Nick Flanagan a 2002 Adam Groom a 2001 Richard Swift a 2000 Andrew Webster a 1999 Brendan Jones a 1998 Geoff Ogilvy a 1997 Cameron Percy a 2 1996 Cameron Percy a 1995 Lee Eagleton a 1994 Mathew Goggin a 1993 David Bransdon a Year Winner Score To par Margin ofvictory Runner s up Venue Ref Tasmanian Open1992 Darren Cole 281 3 2 strokes Taylor Murphy Mowbray 21 Tattersall s Tasmanian Open1991 Chris Gray 280 8 2 strokes Jon Evans Bradley Hughes Robert Stephens Royal Hobart 22 1990 No tournament1989 Ian Stanley 279 1 Playoff a Peter O Malley Devonport 19 1988 Brett Ogle 284 4 1 stroke Brett Johns a Tasmania 18 Foster s Tattersall Tasmanian Open1987 Brian Jones 283 5 1 stroke Mike Colandro Tasmania 23 Foster s Tasmanian Open1986 Stewart Ginn 4 281 7 Playoff b Magnus Persson Royal Hobart 24 1985 Ian Roberts 271 17 2 strokes Ian Baker Finch Riverside 25 Tasmanian Open1984 Mike Clayton 275 13 2 strokes John Clifford Wayne Grady Kingston Beach 26 1983 Bob Shaw 271 9 1 stroke Ian Stanley Devonport 27 Tattersall s Tasmanian Open1982 Colin Bishop 286 2 1 stroke Mike Cahill Rodger Davis Stewart Ginn Jack Newton Tasmania 28 1981 Roger Stephens 276 12 2 strokes Colin Bishop Launceston 29 1980 Stewart Ginn 3 280 8 3 strokes Brian Jones Royal Hobart 30 1979 Marty Bohen 271 9 4 strokes Terry Kendall Devonport 31 1978 Max Robison a 287 1 4 strokes Ian Stanley Tasmania 32 1977 Bill Dunk 2 272 12 4 strokes Mike Cahill Mowbray 33 Tasmanian Open1976 David Good 283 5 Playoff c Stewart Ginn Brian Jones Ian Stanley Royal Hobart 34 1975 Stewart Ginn 2 272 8 Playoff d Ross Metherell Devonport 17 1974 Bob Shearer 281 7 Playoff Ted Ball Tasmania 35 1973 Stewart Ginn 280 4 2 strokes David Good Ian Paul Randall Vines Claremont 36 1972 Bill Dunk 272 8 5 strokes Devonport 37 1971 Frank Phillips 2 285 3 3 strokes Tim Woolbank Tasmania 38 1970 David Graham 282 1 stroke Terry Kendall Kingston Beach 39 1969 Alan Murray 3 280 8 1 stroke Randall Vines Riverside 40 1968 Randall Vines 274 14 17 stroke Walter Godfrey Royal Hobart 41 1967 Bob Stanton Devonport 42 1966 Tim Woolbank Claremont 43 1965 Alan Murray 2 287 1 stroke Ted Ball Launceston 44 1964 Ted Ball 269 9 strokes Peter Thomson Kingston Beach 45 1963 Peter Mills 278 7 strokes Darrell Welch Riverside 46 1962 Frank Phillips 279 Playoff e Peter Thomson Royal Hobart 16 1961 Alan Murray 281 4 strokes Darrell Welch Launceston 13 1960 Des Turner a 1959 Peter Toogood a 8 1958 Peter Toogood a 7 1957 Peter Toogood a 6 1956 Peter Toogood a 5 1955 Peter Toogood a 4 1954 Peter Toogood a 3 283 1 7 strokes Len Bowditch a Royal Hobart 47 1953 Ron Smith a 298 6 1 stroke Peter Brown a Alf Toogood Launceston 12 1952 Lance Baynton a 149 Playoff f Len Bowditch a John Toogood a Kingston Beach 48 1951 Peter Toogood a 2 143 9 strokes G S Bailey Launceston 11 1950 Alf Toogood 2 142 3 strokes Peter Toogood a Royal Hobart 10 1949 Peter Toogood a 143 Playoff g Ron Smith a Launceston 9 1948 E J Willing a 148 2 strokes Peter Brown a Kingston Beach 49 1947 Len Nettlefold a 8 152 Playoff h Alf Toogood Launceston 6 1946 Len Bowditch a 147 1 stroke Alf Toogood Royal Hobart 50 1940 1945 No tournament due to World War II1939 Denis Denehey 148 2 strokes Len Nettlefold a Launceston 8 1938 Alf Toogood 148 3 strokes Denis Denehey Kingston Beach 7 1937 Len Nettlefold a 7 144 1 stroke Alf Toogood Launceston 51 1936 Len Nettlefold a 6 132 9 strokes C G Thynne a Royal Hobart 52 1935 Len Nettlefold a 5 147 4 strokes Bill Robertson Launceston 53 1934 Len Nettlefold a 4 145 2 strokes Jock Robertson Kingston Beach 54 1933 Terence Brown a 152 1 stroke Ellis Davies a J Melrose a Launceston 55 1932 Len Nettlefold a 3 142 3 strokes Eustace Headlam Royal Hobart 56 1931 Len Nettlefold a 2 143 5 strokes Jock Robertson Launceston 57 1930 Len Nettlefold a 148 1 stroke Jock Robertson Kingston Beach 5 1923 1929 No tournament1922 Robert Nettlefold a 154 1 stroke Eustace Headlam a Len Nettlefold a Hobart 4 1921 Thomas Archer Jr a 157 1 stroke R O Connor a Launceston 58 1920 Hugh Smith a 157 3 strokes Felix Headlam a Hobart 59 1919 Eustace Headlam a 2 152 3 strokes Henry Allport a Launceston 3 1914 1918 No tournament due to World War I1913 Eustace Headlam a 152 7 strokes George Fawcett a Launceston 2 Stanley won at the first hole of a sudden death playoff Ginn won at the second hole of a sudden death playoff Good won at the fifth hole of a sudden death playoff Ginn won at the first hole of a sudden death playoff Phillips won by forfeit Baynton won a 6 hole playoff by 2 strokes Toogood won a 6 hole 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