Learning curve for new event
SATURDAY’S Ag Traders open golf day at the Biggenden Golf Club saw 45 men and women hitting the links.
Ag Traders’ Debbie Frampton said everyone had a good time and it was a great success.
“Being a new business in the town, the day was our way of getting our name out there and giving back to the community,” she said.
“It was a learning curve but we will make this day an annual event.
“Biggenden State School will benefit from the day but next year we will donate to another district school.”
Forty-five golfers lined up for the day, including many of the businesses’ reps.
“Five of those reps joined in and handed out giveaways during the afternoon,” Ms Frampton said.
The winning team was Werner Bern, Bill Mackley and Gordon Dowling.
Runners-up were Ian Rouxell, Graham Proctor and Ron Roberts and third, Gordon Downing, Jon Vicary and Mike Frampton.
FUTURE GOLFER: Connor Schailer hits the ball down the hole.
Guy Phingst, Bill Mackley, Gordon Dowling and Meeki Crotty. Bill and Gordon were part of the day's winning team.
Robert Horton, of Kingaroy, came to Biggenden for the day to play in Ag Traders’ open day.
Beau Kennedy and Brian Stehbens.
Derrick Cunningham in action.
Jayde Brouwers, Andrew Nelson, Andy Robins and Brian Cuthbertson on their way to the hole where Nelson sunk an eagle.