Young golfers from across region play at Kyogle open day

KYOGLE hosted junior golfers from across the region in the club's annual Northern Rivers District Golf Association junior open day.

CHAMPION EFFORT: Junior Girls champion Maddie Trew, of Murwillumbah, with Kyogle ladies president Cheryl Olive and junior golf co-ordinator Malcolm Wallis.
CHAMPION EFFORT: Junior Girls champion Maddie Trew, of Murwillumbah, with Kyogle ladies president Cheryl Olive and junior golf co-ordinator Malcolm Wallis. Contributed

Overcast, wet conditions didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the juniors, with impressive scores recorded across the board.

Major winners of the Kyogle Junior Open Day green jackets were Maddie Trew and Alex Hunt, both representing Murwillumbah.

The Kyogle club thanked all the junior golfers and parents from across the region who braved the conditions.

Thanks were also given to the supporters and helpers on the day, including Scarborough's for donating the green jackets again this year, Kyogle Quality Meats and Dave's Bakehouse.

Grahams Concrete and Brown and Hurley donated prizes, so everyone left happy.

The cadets are now coordinated by Malcolm Wallis and Melissa Howlett, who are looking for people to assist on Sundays from 9am to 11am during school terms.

The club is developing a fun and interesting program for juniors and would love to see new recruits.

Contact Malcolm on 0427 005 249 for more information on joining the program.



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