COVIC sea­son be­gins

Franklin County News - - SPORT -

Coun­ties-Man­u­akau Vet­er­ans In­ter Club (COVIC) golf pen­nants will tee off on March 10 at the Mara­marua Golf Club.

The com­pe­ti­tion has been run­ning for 20 years and this week the first of six qual­i­fy­ing rounds will be played at Mara­marua.

The field will then be split into two groups of six teams play­ing for the COVIC Shield and Plate.

Club con­ven­ers are at present busy se­lect­ing teams, so if any keen golfers want to rep­re­sent a COVIC club, please let them know.

The goal for COVIC is to pro­vide af­ford­able and fun in­ter club team com­pe­ti­tion golf, for the vet­eran or se­nior golfer.

Golfers want­ing to join the com­pe­ti­tion need to be a mem­ber of a COVIC club, 50 years or older and have a love for fun and friendly com­pet­i­tive team golf.

COVIC is a mixed com­pe­ti­tion with clubs en­cour­aged to se­lect at least one woman per team.

Fur­ther en­quiry about COVIC golf can be made on 0273110256.


Vet­eran golfers Peter Darby and Baz Fel­ton pre­pare to tee it up at Mara­marua Golf Club.

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