Warwick puts the pressure on in national golf scramble
UPDATE 3pm: The Warwick team has moved back to the top of the leader board in the VW Scramble National Final at the Twin Waters club on the Sunshine Coast.
After being the clubhouse leader for the first two days, Warwick dropped back to fourth after six holes this morning before moving back to the lead on the last afternoon of play on Monday.
Warwick is 52.7 under par after the 12th hole and in front of South Lakes from Goolwa in South Australia which is 52.6.
Whatever happens for the rest of the day, Warwick players Neil Moore, Chris Hynes, Rhys Farrell, Caleb King and club professional Sam Eaves have done the club proud.
One team was on the 17th hole when Warwick was on the 12th so there will be staggered finishes this afternoon
EARLIER 1.30pm: The Warwick team has dropped back to fourth place after the first six rounds of the final day of the VW Scramble National Finals at Twin Waters on the Sunshine Coast.
The Warwick team was the clubhouse leader at the end of the first two rounds but has dropped back early on round 3 but are still within striking distance of the leader.
Currently, Everglades Country Club from Woy Woy on the central coast of New South Wales are in front on 47.7 under par.
Warwick is fourth on 43.8 under par.
After Neil Moore, Caleb King, Rhys Farrell and Chris Hynes won the scramble competition at the Warwick Golf Club, they were joined by professional Sam Eaves for the regional and national finals.
EARLIER (Before start of round 3): GOLF: The Warwick team is 18 holes away from winning the VW Scramble national final at Twin Waters on the Sunshine Coast.
In the second round, the first-round lead by Warwick was cut but professional Sam Eaves and Warwick teammates Neil Moore, Caleb King, Rhys Farrell and Chris Hynes held on to the lead after 36 holes.
The Warwick team led with 37.8. Their nett score after 36 holes was 106.2.
They lead by .8 from Esperence club in Western Australia. After the first day, Bargara from the Bundaberg area was runners up but the Western Australians had the better of the play on the second day.
"TheWarwick team is still playing well, some days the putts drop and other days they don't,” Eaves said.
He admitted the team was feeling the pressure a bit.
There is a different order in the team for driving and putting.
The top 12 teams will play the final 18 holes on Monday at Twin Waters.