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Late starter Di loving the game

  • The Tournament Director
  • 06/10/2017 8:45am

Like many who take up golf late in life Genesis Golf Link Cup Week 10 C Grade third placegetter Diane Ratcliffe has almost boundless enthusiasm for the game.

At least three times a week you can find the 66-year-old strolling the fairways of her home club at Coffs Harbour where she is also involved off the course as Lady President.

Hats off to Adam for getting back in the game

  • The Tournament Director
  • 28/09/2017 9:09am

Adam Williams might just frame the Callaway hat he has won for finishing third in A Grade in Week Nine of the Genesis Golf Link Cup.

Late starter Eric cleans up in Week Eight

  • The Tournament Director
  • 22/09/2017 9:46am

Week Eight A Grade winner Eric Hepburn grew up in Scotland but, ironically, didn’t take up golf seriously until he moved to Australia.

Cameron's big day out pays big dividends

  • The Tournament Director
  • 07/09/2017 4:26am

Two Monthly Medals and a runner-up finish in Week Six of the Genesis Golf Link Cup all in the same day? Welcome to Cameron Innes’ world.

Survivor Dave shows heart in Week Five

  • The Tournament Director
  • 01/09/2017 10:47am

When you’ve had three open heart surgeries and a melanoma on the brain it tends to put three-foot putts in perspective says Genesis Golf Link Cup Week Five C Grade runner-up David Turner.

Dion turns back time in Week 4

  • The Tournament Director
  • 25/08/2017 11:15am

Just for a day, Week 4 A Grade third place getter Dion Tamatea was like his old self.

The Sanctuary Lakes 8-marker played like the scratch marker he was in his youth on his way to a 2-over 74 at the tough Melbourne track last week, enough to earn him a podium finish in Australia’s most popular golf competition.

Tassie trip inspires Week 3 comeback for David

  • The Tournament Director
  • 18/08/2017 10:37am

Barnbougle Dunes and Lost Farm have been terrific additions to the golf landscape in Australia and can now also lay claim to the resurgence of our Week Three A Grade winner, David Tuhoa.

Blair oh so close in Week Two

  • The Tournament Director
  • 11/08/2017 10:27am

It was Week Two A Grade runner-up Blair St Anne’s best ever round at his home club but it could have been oh so much better.

Simple wisdom pays big dividends for George

  • The Tournament Director
  • 03/08/2017 11:44am

“The easiest way to make a bogey,” says Series Two, Week One Genesis Golf Link Cup C Grade winner George Sutton, “is to putt for a par."

“And the easiest way to make a par,” he continues, “is to putt for a birdie.”

 

Quiet achiever Leishman not done yet

  • The Tournament Director
  • 27/07/2017 7:54am

Others may have a higher profile but it is Callaway staffer Marc Leishman who is undeniably Australia’s most successful golfer of the 2017 season.

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