Congratulations to Mimi Thomsen (The Australian) who won The AGC Medal for 2024 on April 18 & 19.

Mimi recorded rounds of 72 & 75 to win by seven strokes from Jane Wall (Kiama) & Lucie Quillam (Moore Park).

Despite the final margin, it was no easy feat for Mimi, who had a two-shot lead after round 1.

Gemma Dooley (New South Wales) birdied the first three holes to get within one shot early in round 2, but faded away in the middle part of her round.

Lucie Quillam recorded four birdies in the second round but had too many bogey’s and lost touch with the leader.

After starting with a double-bogey Jane Wall showed some brilliance with three birdies and a hole-out eagle on the tough Par 4 ninth. She finished the day with an even par round, which was the best score of round 2, climbing into second place overall by count-back.

Mimi was too strong however, with very few mistakes and making a nice birdie on hole 16 to shut the door and run-away with the victory.

Mimi, at 14 years of age, is believed to be the youngest ever winner in the events 70-year history. She will have her name etched onto the trophy and receives a $300.00 voucher.

Congratulations also to Peta Bird (Manly, Handicap 13) who won the handicap event with 144 strokes net.

Click here to view the prize presentation sheet.
Click here to view the final gross results.
Click here to view the final net results.

Below are some images from the event:

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