The Condamine Sports Club team Wayne Foster, Chris Hodgson, Ian Skillen and Bernie Trapp were in fine form yesterday supporting the Cancer Council.
The Condamine Sports Club team Wayne Foster, Chris Hodgson, Ian Skillen and Bernie Trapp were in fine form yesterday supporting the Cancer Council.

Golfers tee off for Cancer Council

THE Warwick Golf Course was full of players on Sunday, indulging in a game they love for people who need their support the most.

Cancer Council volunteer Andy Wilson was overwhelmed by the 80 players who supported the Cancer Council Golf Day and wasn't worried about the weather.

“I was confident the forecast was correct and all the rain would be blown away,” Mr Wilson said.

He was right. The sun shone brightly across the course, much to the delight of golfers like Wayne Foster.

“It's for a good cause,” Mr Foster said. “We (Condamine Sports Club) try to support most of the charity days and of course it's always good to play golf.”

The event, in its 14th year, is one of the major fundraisers for the Warwick Cancer Council, which raised over $1000 yesterday.

Mr Wilson thanked all the players and sponsors for supporting the event.

“It's been a great day out,” he said.



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