ON COURSE: Bob Lester, Cheri O'Neill and Don Stewart at the Warwick Golf Club on Crime Stoppers Day last year. Organisers are hoping to attract more than 100 players on Wednesday.
ON COURSE: Bob Lester, Cheri O'Neill and Don Stewart at the Warwick Golf Club on Crime Stoppers Day last year. Organisers are hoping to attract more than 100 players on Wednesday. Gerard Walsh

Crime Stoppers back drive for more teams for annual golf day

GOLF: There will be two shotgun starts at the Ranbuild-We Are Signs Crime Stoppers Golf Day at the Warwick Golf Club on Wednesday.

The day will be held in the time slot of the regular Warwick Sporters Golf Club round.

The Sporters have been involved with all 12 Crime Stoppers golf days.

Warwick Crime Stoppers president Leesa Zagata said her organisation had received good support from the community and business.

"Crime Stoppers has had massive success in this area,” she said.

"In the previous financial year, Crime Stoppers stopped $600,000 in drugs hitting the streets with large numbers of arrests.

"It is one of the most helpful tools to keep an area safe.

"I want people to swing into action on Wednesday to help drive out crime.”

The event will be a two-ball medley ambrose with shot gun starts at 7am and 11.30am.

In a two-ball ambrose, the two players in each team select the best position of the previous shot for their next shot. In a medley, two men, two ladies and a man and lady can form teams.

Bookings with the pro shop on 46613664.

There will be snacks on the 19th after the afternoon round and before the presentations.

"There are great prizes to be won,” Zagata said.

Warwick Golf Club president Don Stewart said Crime Stoppers was always a good day at the club.

"Most of the midweek Sporters golfers play as they know it is for a good cause,” Stewart said.

Stewart said the club was lucky to have the recycled water for the fairways, greens and tees.

"We are a lot better off than a lot of other golf clubs. Because of the heat, even more water is needed.”

Program

Crime Stoppers Golf

Wednesday.

7am and 11.30am hit off.

Snacks on 19th.



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