Karis Davidson finishes off Women's Dunes Medal victory
25 Nov 2016
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

see also: Karis Davidson Rankings

Karis Davidson <br>(Golf Queensland Photo)
Karis Davidson
(Golf Queensland Photo)

VICTORIA, Australia (November 25, 2016) -- Karis Davidson, the 29th ranked Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com player in the world took the lead in the second round of the Women's Dunes Medal and never looked back.

Davidson shot a final round 2-under 73 to finish 3-under and one-stroke in front of runner-up Elizabeth Elmassian (-2) at The Dunes Golf Club. The victory was the second ranking event of the season after she previously won the Western Australia Women's Stroke Play.

Stephanie Bunque (+5) was third, Konomi Matsumoto (+7) was fourth and Alizza Hetherington (+9) was fifth.


Karis Davidson was able to maintain her Women's Dunes Medal lead with one round remaining at The Dunes Golf Club.

On a day where scores proved to be higher Davidson fell to 1-under but was still able to maintain her lead. Davidson has put together tallies of 73-72-79 so far.

Elizabeth Elmassian (E) is in second place, Stephanie Bunque (+2) is in third, in fourth place it is Kathryn Norris (+4) while Konomi Matsumoto (+6) and Linley Ooi (+6) are sharing fifth.


Karis Davidson moved to the top of the Women's Dunes Medal leaderboard with a 3-under 72 in the second round. Davidson is now 5-under and ahead by two at The Dunes Golf Club.

With two days of play remaining Davidson is hoping she can pick up her second ranking event victory of the season. Davidson claimed the Western Australia Women's Stroke Play earlier in the season.

Elizabeth Elmassian (-3) is in second, Stephanie Bunque (-2) is third, Kathryn Norris (+1) is in fourth while first round leader Georgia Clarke (+3) and Chizuru Ueda (+3) are sharing fifth.


Georgia Clarke was 3-under on day one of the Women's Dunes Medal hosted by the par-75 Dunes Golf Club. Heading into the second round Clarke leads by one over the 2-under Karis Davidson.

Chizuru Ueda and Elmassian are sharing third at 1-under while Montana Strauss turned in an even-par 75 to sit in fifth place.

With still three days of play remaining 12 players are within five-strokes of the lead.

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