Sport

Junior golfers set to play for great prizes in Classic

WARWICK Watchmakers and Jewellers will again sponsor the 18-hole Best Gross Winner for the Darling Downs Junior Classic on November 4.

In addition to this great prize, the winners in the boys 18 hole best gross, girls 18 hole best gross, boys 18 hole runner up best gross and boys best net division 1 will also be invited to compete in the Trainee Pro-am being held at Warwick Golf Course the following day.

They will also have a chance to out drive the trainees in the long drive competition being held on the Monday, with the winner of the longest drive taking home prizes to the value of $200 courtesy of Warwick Junior Golf.

Harvey Norman has also donated a great prize for any junior that gets a hole in one on the day of the Junior Classic.

Nominations close October 31 and the competition is open to junior and sub juniors with AGU or club handicap. Competition is to be played under the rules and conditions applied by the Warwick Golf Club and all decisions made by the Warwick Golf Club match committee will be final.

To nominate and for more information phone Rob McConnell's Pro Shop on 4661 3664 or Sue Hynes on 4661 5863 or email: warwickjuniorgolf@hotmail.com.au

Entry fee- $15 - 18 holes $10 - 9 & 6 holes $5 - 4 holes Late nominations may be accepted at discretion of committee.
 

Events

18 hole single stroke (AGU HANDICAP)

9, 6 & 4 hole event for sub juniors

Trophies

Gross winner and runner up, overall net winner and runner up, best net and runner up (boys and girls)



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