All to play for ahead of final round in the Presidents Cup

The trophy the teams will be playing for, the President's Cup.

By Shane Jones

This year’s President’s Cup between Bundaberg and Bargara could go down to the final few holes as both clubs look to claim the crown.

The final round of the competition will be held on Sunday in the traditional contest between two of the biggest golf clubs in the region.

Teams from both clubs battle each other in a 4BBB contest, in pairs, and competing with the same handicap that is used in the Burnett Cup to give every player, regardless of their ability, the same chance to win.

Bargara currently lead after the first round 17.5 points to 13.5 points but lose the home ground advantage over Bundaberg in the second round.

This week’s round, barring weather, will be held at Bundaberg and was still scheduled at time of print.

Bundaberg is chasing its third title in a row after winning last year by four shots and in 2019 by 11 shots after storming home in the second round.

The team will be looking to do similar things this weekend.

Bargara will be looking to win for the first time since 2018 after winning back-to-back titles in 2017 and 2018.

It followed a 17-year-drought where Bundaberg dominated the competition.

The final round starts at noon.