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Trio bound for Pro-Am

Wednesday, 8th February, 2012

STEPPING UP: Golfers Linda Nadge, Jacqueline Walter and Gaynor Holliday will take part in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Pro-Am. STEPPING UP: Golfers Linda Nadge, Jacqueline Walter and Gaynor Holliday will take part in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Pro-Am.

Golfing trio Linda Nadge, Jacqueline Walter and Gaynor Holliday will be in esteemed company this week when they tee off in the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Pro-Am.

The event that starts at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club today lets three amateur players team up with a professional.

The local players were originally slated to team up with America’s Brittany Lang but have since been partnered with Japan’s Haru Nomura.

Nomura is one Japan’s most promising young golfers, having won her country’s Junior Championship in 2007 and competed in the 2011 Women’s US Open.

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Walker turns to golf

Tuesday, 24th January, 2012

ACE PATRON: Taylor Walker taking in a round of golf at the BH Golf and Country Club ahead of the Ron Serich Memorial Golf Day. ACE PATRON: Taylor Walker taking in a round of golf at the BH Golf and Country Club ahead of the Ron Serich Memorial Golf Day.

Golfers will tee off for the popular Ron Serich Memorial Golf Day in Adelaide this year after organisers announced the event would be an annual one.

Originally slated to be held biennially in conjunction with the Great Broken Hill Reunion, organisers have now decided to hold the golf event every year at a different location.

While a date is yet to be announced, organiser Tony Vance said the host club this year would be the West Lakes Golf Club.

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Young champs score golf title double

Monday, 31st October, 2011

THE BEST: (Clockwise from left) Evan Scott (8), Phoebe Lane (9), Kyle Jelbert (16) and Luke Hall (9). THE BEST: (Clockwise from left) Evan Scott (8), Phoebe Lane (9), Kyle Jelbert (16) and Luke Hall (9).

 By Captain

 Two young golfers have claimed back-to-back wins in the Junior Golf Championships.

Phoebe Lane showed her prowess with the putter and played some very classy strokes to card just 19 over the three holes and in the process won herself promotion next year.

Luke Hall also claimed the double but had to produce his best at the end of the year to keep the field at bay.

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