Golf

Last Sunday the annual Inter-district encounter between Northern Rivers, south-east Queensland and Gold Coast Associations was hosted by the Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club, with teams of five in seniors, open, colts and juniors taking part. Unfortunately Northern Rivers did not register any victories, but the seniors finished in second spot, with Murwillumbahs legend Keith Dean and the Tweeds Greg Gazal both recording 77s. South-east Queensland took out the colts, winning with 302 on a countback from the Gold Coast. Gold Coast won the juniors section with 312, although Lismores Josh Ryan recorded the best score of 80. The open was taken out by Gold Coast with the Northern Rivers second thanks to 77s from Twin Towns Andrew Pilon and Byron Bays Matt Crandell.

Next Sunday the Tweed course will host another big event, the 54th Annual Twin Towns Open, over 36 holes with all golfers under a handicap of four.


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