The Australian Lachlan Wood won his first title on the G4D Tour by winning the Australian All Abilities Championship with 213 (71 72 70, par) strokes, the first race of the G4D Tour, now in its third season, this year a circuit of eight races , after seven in 2021 and nine in 2022, reserved for players with disabilities and promoted by the DP World Tour with the aim of increasingly highlighting the inclusiveness of golf, a sport truly open to all.
Lachlan Wood, results
In the tournament played at The Australian Golf Club (par 71) in Sydney, Australia, in conjunction with the ISPS HANDA Australian Open, Tommaso Perrino ranked fifth with 221 (69 76 76, +5), author of a good performance after also being leader in the opening round.
Wood, with a 70 (-1) in the final round, was three strokes behind the Irishman Brendan Lawlor, number two in the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD), second with 216 (+3), and the other Australian Cameron Pollard, third with 217 (+4), with which he was on top after 36 holes.
Only fourth with 220 (+7) was the Englishman Kipp Popert, world number one and big favourite, while Perrino, number seven in the ranking, shared the position with the American Chris Biggins, number three. The next race on the circuit is the G4D Tour @ Ras Al Khaimah Championship which will take place from 22 to 23 January in the United Arab Emirates.
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