Seven European Players, including reigning European Men's Disabled Champion, Juan Postigo, travelled to Sydney to take part in the inaugural Australian All Abilities Championship last week.
The event, a collaboration between Golf Australia and the European Disabled Golf Association, took place alongside the Emirates Australian Open at the Lakes Golf Club, Sydney, and saw the players tackle the same course and conditions as the professionals vying for the Stonehaven Cup.
The 12-man field, made up of the top-ranked players in the Ranking for Golfers with a Disability (R4GD), featured six participants of this year's European Championship for Golfers with Disability including the Men's Champion, Juan Postigo of Spain.
Johan Kammerstad became the first player to engrave his name on the trophy. The Swedish player, who finished runner-up in this year's European Championship for Golfers with Disability, made five birdies to card a final round 73 (+1), which bettered the scores of 25 professionals playing from the same tees that day, and finish with a total of 17-over-par.
European players also claimed the silver and bronze medals. Ireland's Brendan Lawlor finished second on 27-over-par, while Belgium's Adem Wahbi filled the last podium spot on 29-over-par.