The Wintersun Legend.

For more than 20 years, The Wintersun Carnival has been offering veteran golfers holidaying in North Queensland the opportunity to experience the Mackay-Whitsunday region and join with local golfers to play the local courses of which we are justifiably proud.

This year, more than 200 veteran golfers have played on one or more of the four courses that form part of the Carnival, culminating in two rounds at Mackay Golf Club to finalise the 72 Hole Wintersun Championships.

Click on the buttons here to look at the list of trophy winners for Proserpine and Mackay.

Note that Grades may vary from event to event and handicaps may vary from round to round in accordance with adjustments in a players GA Handicap over the Carnival.

Click here for Trophy Winners for 72 hole and Mackay 36 hole Wintersun Events 2022

Click here for Trophy Winners for Proserpine Wintersun Events 2022



 Story on the 2022 Wintersun Carnival

The 2022 Wintersun Veterans Golf Carnival has concluded with 135 veterans playing the final two days in Mackay.

The Carnival concluded with a presentation dinner at the Mackay Golf Club on the Tuesday evening with around 165 players and partners in attendance.

Ashley Hicks from the Mackay Golf Club, playing off a handicap of 3, won the prestigious 72 hole Gross Championship, comprising two rounds at Proserpine and 2 rounds at Mackay, with a score of 312 for the four rounds.

Jeffrey Walters also from the Mackay Golf Club, playing off a handicap of 24, was the winner of the 72 hole Nett Event, with a score of 288.

Sue Allsopp from the Mackay Golf Club, playing off a handicap of 20, was the Ladies Overall 72 hole Champion with a score of 135 points.

In the Mackay 36 hole Championship Event, Dennis Cridland from Mackay, playing off a handicap of 5, was the 36 hole Gross Champion, with a score of 154.

Greg Ellis, from the Foster Tuncurry  Club, playing off a handicap of 3, was the runner-up with a score of 155.

Jeffrey Walters from Mackay, playing off 24, won the 36 hole nett event with a score of 136 and John Morgan, from Mackay, playing off 21, was the runner-up, with a score of 139.

Cheryl Scown from Mackay, playing off 22 took out the Mackay 36 hole Ladies Championship with a score of 75 points for the two rounds.