James Nitties described it as “atomic matchplay”.
Nineteen players teed off in one supergroup at Sanctuary Cove’s Pines Course and as darkness descended almost eight hours later Queenslander Adam Blyth was the last man standing.
The Mercedes Benz Gold Coast Sanctuary Cove Shootout was drama-infused from beginning to end.
Rookie Robbie Hogan called a penalty on himself yet survived the sudden-death chip-off to advance past the first hole and as the field thinned so too did the available light, Blyth and Travis Smyth facing off on th…
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