Holden Scramble winners (from left) Adrian Naumann, Tim Knauth, Michael Taylor and Leon Hohn at the Warwick course.
Holden Scramble winners (from left) Adrian Naumann, Tim Knauth, Michael Taylor and Leon Hohn at the Warwick course.

City team will represent us

WARWICK golf professional Rob McConnell will join a team from City club in Toowoomba as the Warwick representatives in the Holden Scramble regional final next month at the Pacific Harbour Golf Club, at Bribie Island.

Sixteen teams played in the annual event on Sunday at the Warwick club, including four teams from out of town who were keen to make the regional final.

Adrian Naumann, Tim Knauth, Michael Taylor and Leon Hohn, of the City club from Toowoomba, scored 51.125 to win.

Runners-up were Warwick Golf Club members Phil Covill, Dale Mullins, Jay Roberts and Chris Hynes with a score of 53.625.

Warwick foursome Scott McLennan, Mick O’Dea, Ian Wallace and Adrian Murphy finished third with a score of 54.25.

All winners are joined by the local golf professional at the regional final.

Last year, McConnell joined Holden Scramble Warwick district winners Luke Munro, Lauren Drewery, Trevor Rock and Wayne Watt at the regional final and the team narrowly missed qualifying for the nationals.

McConnell, who has played in Legends tour events in the past three weeks, had a best of 10th at Chinchilla in a pro-am with a score of 71.

He was in the top 20 at pro-am events at Jandowae, Dalby and Surfers Paradise.

On Wednesday, he will play in a pro-am at Wilston Park, Brisbane.



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