ABOVE, GOLF DAY: Graham Olsen, Chris Hall, Al Thornton and Craig Locke were part of a field of 99 in the Akooramak Golf Day.
ABOVE, GOLF DAY: Graham Olsen, Chris Hall, Al Thornton and Craig Locke were part of a field of 99 in the Akooramak Golf Day. Gerard Walsh

Golfers tee off, raise $3000 for aged care

MORE than $3000 was raised at the annual Akooramak Golf Day at the Warwick Golf Club.

The day attracted 99 players for a four-ball ambrose.

Warwick Golf Club member Don Stewart said it was impressive the way Akooramak management committee president Doug Cutmore, CEO Darryl Chapman, Thea Francis, other staff members and supporters helped out.

"The Akooramak day is always well supported, Thea does a great job organising suitable prizes and sponsorship," Stewart said.

"There were a few spots of rain around lunchtime but overall it was a perfect day for a game of golf."

The best gross was won by the Pulley family team led by Clive Pulley, sons Matt and Simon, and son-in-law Scott Stevens. The Wade family team of Stuart, Troy and Carl Wade and Matt Gleeson were runners up.

Other winners:

Best nett B Rose, J Harris, D Cox, R Cox.

Runners up B Hicks, G Hinze, S Hinze, W Faulkner

Best non golfer D Reilly, K Reilly, S Reilly, N Lockley

Runners up B Manwaring, J Manwaring, C Hunt, M Lerory.



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