Revai wins 2nd NSW Mid Amateur title

Sydney golfer Adam RevaiSYDNEY golfer Adam Revai has won the 2009 NSW Mid Amateur Championship with a consistent performance over 54 holes at the Killara Golf Club.

Revai, a member of the Australian Golf Club, finished with rounds of 71, 75 and 72 for a total of 218.

It was his second Mid Amateur Championship, having won the inaugural event in 2006.

Revai jumped to a one stroke lead after the first round but came into the final day tied with a group of three, including Paul Blake (The Australian), Ian Bradley (The Australian), and John Small (Killara).

In the end it was a trifecta for the Australian club, with Bradley finishing three strokes behind in second place and Blake a further stroke behind in third.

The NSW Mid-Amateur Championship is open to male amateurs who are between 30-55 years, with a handicap of 9.4 and under.

“The Mid Amateur events create a great atmosphere for competitors and this event is going from strength to strength,” NSW Golf Association General Manager, Golf Programs and Services, Graeme Phillipson, said.

(Photo courtesy NSW Golf Association)

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