Warwick Golf Club member Eddie Kemp and Astrid Turner, of the Warwick Golf Shop, are hoping Sunday’s fundraiser for a new floor is a success.
Warwick Golf Club member Eddie Kemp and Astrid Turner, of the Warwick Golf Shop, are hoping Sunday’s fundraiser for a new floor is a success. Gerard Walsh

Eddie keen on golf club upgrades

EDDIE Kemp reckons any improvements in facilities at the Warwick Golf Club will help bring more people through the door.

Kemp plays each Wednesday and Saturday and backs up at many of the charity days on a Sunday. He is also one of up to 10 members who turn up on a Thursday to do odd jobs on the course.

He is a likely starter in Sunday’s fundraiser towards a new dance floor at the club.

“Any improvements which help to generate revenue will be good for the club,” Kemp said.

The Thursday volunteers are currently planting 328 grass in a nursery to be later replanted.

“Eleven greens have the new 328 grass and we want to do two more this season,” he said.

A two-ball ambrose to help fund a new dance floor is being played on Sunday and is being sponsored by some club members and Zarraffa’s Coffee.

There is a shotgun start at 11am Sunday with bookings to the Warwick Golf Shop 4661 3664.



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