Golfers get into swing of things

GOLFERS at the 36th annual Brown and Hurley Charity Golf Tournament got into the swing of things to raise $18,000 for local charities.

The event, held on November 11 and 12, attracted 289 competitors who raised money for Kyogle Youth Ventures, Kyogle SES, Kyogle Brass Citizen’s Band, Kyogle Football Club, Kyogle Lions Club, Westpac Rescue Helicopter and for Nicholas Mills to help with the purchase of a wheelchair.

The overall cup winner was Yvonne O’Reilly from Kyogle with 45 points.

Bruce Wilson, of Wiangaree, took home the overall cup winners cup with a score of 41 points.

Members Wednesday winner was Nick Anderson from Kyogle with 41 points, while the Thursday members winner was Joe James from Iluka with 42 points.

Maralyn Innes from Casino took out top spot in the ladies’ Wednesday division with 44 points, while Helen Olive of Casino scored 41 points to win the ladies’ Thursday event.

Marie Mole of Brisbane achieved a hole-in-one on the fifth fairway on the Wednesday, while Dylan Hurley of Coffs Harbour got a hole-in-one on the 13th hole the following day.



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