TEE TIME: Rob Collman from Southern Downs Ag at the Warwick Golf Club with course superintendent Craig Cox and course technician Jake Bronger.
TEE TIME: Rob Collman from Southern Downs Ag at the Warwick Golf Club with course superintendent Craig Cox and course technician Jake Bronger. Gerard Walsh

Dress up golf buggies for J and J Day on Saturday

GOLF: The Warwick Golf Club is hoping 100 players will join in the Southern Downs Ag Jumpers and Jazz Day on Saturday.

The event will be a single stableford, open to both men and women.

Golf club vice-president Bob Lester said the club was welcoming Southern Downs Ag as a sponsor for the first time.

"We recently bought a tractor and front end loader and rough terrain vehicle from Southern Downs Ag," Lester said.

"The event will be part of the Downs Points Competition.

"We are hoping some visitors to town for Jumpers and Jazz will join in our golf day."

Certain golf days are part of the Downs Points Competition which will be played all year.

Some players from out of town clubs may head to Warwick to aim for points in the competition which is held across the region.

The event will hit off at 8am with a timesheet applying.

There will be prizes for the best decorated buggy for Jumpers and Jazz.

The women from the club have already decorated a tree and wall at the club for Jumpers and Jazz.

After this weekend, many golfers will focus on the Police Legacy Day on July 31 as part of a weekly Warwick Sporters Golf Club competition.

The event is a medley single stableford competition with shotgun start at 11.30am.

Bookings from both Jumpers and Jazz and legacy day at the pro shop on 46613664.



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