Players tee off for RM Williams
A PAIR of RM Williams Craftsman boots are up for grabs at the Wade First National Real Estate Rotary Open Golf Day on February 28 at the Warwick Golf Club.
Golf club captain Stuart Wade said a golden circle, one metre in diameter, would be drawn around the 5th hole.
Any player who drives their ball into the circle stands the chance to win the boots, which have a recommended retail value of $380, courtesy of Skehans Mensland.
If more than one ball is driven inside the golden circle, the player closest to the hole will win the boots.
The distance from tee to hole on the 5th is 176 metres which gives many players the chance to walk off with a new pair of boots.
Wade is hoping for a field of 100 players and already 10 ladies in a group being taught the game by golf professional Rob McConnell have nominated.
The event is a 4-ball ambrose which is an attractive event for players new to the game. Each group of four hit their next shot from the best position of the previous shots of their team members.
While the February 28 Rotary Charity Day is a new event for the Warwick golf calendar, Wade hopes it will become yet another charity day on the golf club calendar.
The money raised will go to charities of the Rotary Club of Warwick.
Registration is at 11am and there is a shot gun start at 11.30am. Bookings at the Warwick Golf Club pro shop on 4661 3664.