PRISTINE: The Port Augusta Golf Course will be in pristine condition once again next week for the club’s annual golf classic. THE PORT Augusta Golf Classic tees off at the picturesque Port Augusta Golf Course on Monday.
The seven-day event offers a fantastic range of trophies set to be distributed among the host of hopeful participants during the prestigious tournament.
Nick May from Highercombe and Aaron Roberts from Whyalla are among the plethora of gun golfers to have been attracted the event from around the state.
One particular highlight will be the men’s 54-hole event, which carries Men’s World Amateur ranking points.
They will be up against a couple of strong local contenders in Mick Warren (defending champion) and Scott Benbow, both playing off a handicap of one.
The A grade ladies’ 54-hole champions title event is looking to be a showdown between local 20-time winner Ceri Nicholson and Eysia Yap from the Glenelg Club, fresh from her first Glenelg Club Championship title.
Tournament organisers are extremely pleased at the number of nominations received, particularly the number of visitors, demonstrating the event is maintaining interest, and continues to provide a fantastic boost to both Port Augusta and the golf club.
The Classic has individual daily events on each of the seven days, in various grades, with the 54-hole championship and handicap events being the most prestigious titles of the competition.
The Golf Classic Quiz Night (Wednesday, August 5) is another popular feature of the week, and is open to the public as always.
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