A charity golf day on Sunday has netted an extraordinary $10,483.60 for G.S. Kidd Memorial School for Specific Purposes, with players turning out in droves to support the children living with a disability.
The school’s P&C president Lisa Warren thanked the sponsors for their support and the players who started out in bitterly cold conditions, which improved when the wind dropped.
“The money will go towards the shade cover for our new six-bay swing set, the costs have gone up significantly during COVID so it will
contribute about one sixth of the cost,” she said.
“The golf club contribution was $1762.80.”
Seventy-six players hit the fairway for the four-person ambrose event with first place going to the team of Ian Joran, Wayne Somerville, Mick Ludlow and Mully Goolagong on 55 points, just ahead of Ed and Josh Howarth, Andrew Ceeney and Kyle Newcombe (55.5), Barry and Beau Turner, Shaun O’Dell and Brock Beasley on 56.75 points, with Josh Leys, Sam Doubleday, Josh Ryan and Lachie King not far behind on 57 points.

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