Kade McBride, Neven Basic, and Jordan Mullaney have secured their spot in next month’s Golf Challenge NSW Open at a very soggy Coffs Harbour Golf Club today.
McBride, who qualified for the 2021 NSW Open via this exact same event when his good mate anthony Quayle won was ecstatic with his victory.
“Quayley won this event when I got through last time, so its kind of cool to see my name alongside his now,” Mc Bride said.
For Basic, qualifying for his home state open always comes with a sense of pride.
“They were trying conditions today, but It’s I’m happy my game held up. I haven’t played in the NSW Open for a few years,and I’m looking forward to getting out to Concord.” Basic said.
For Mullaney, locking away qualification came at a vital time. Sitting 41st on the current order of Merit, her needs a couple of good results to lock away his playing rights for the 2022/23 PGA tour season.
“Definitely keen to play it. It was big for me. One more good finish this year and it should give me my card for next year.”Mullaney added.