Stu­dents’ win­ning golf projects

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Two lo­cal stu­dents have won a trip to the 2018 Vic­to­rian PGA Cham­pi­onship in Mel­bourne next year.

Jai Nolan from Ba­rooga Pri­mary School and An­nie McLeod from Sa­cred Heart Pri­mary School in Tocumwal were each judged as a prize win­ner for sub­mit­ting a project on their favourite Aus­tralian golfer.

They were each pre­sented with win­ning cer­tifi­cates from PGA Aus­tralia’s Nick Dasety last week.

An­nie’s project in­volved a slideshow on Kar­rie Webb.

‘‘I asked Kar­rie some ques­tions and she per­son­ally re­sponded, which was great.’’

An­nie said she chose Webb be­cause she is one of Aus­tralia’s best fe­male golfers.

Jai de­cided to be a bit artis­tic with his project and lined up facts about Ja­son Day on a set of golf clubs. He said he chose Day ‘‘be­cause he’s cool and I like him.’’

Ber­ri­gan Shire coun­cil­lor De­nis Glanville, Tocumwal Golf & Bowls Club di­rec­tor of golf Rod­ney Booth and Sa­cred Heart Pri­mary School prin­ci­pal Pat Boake also at­tended the pre­sen­ta­tion.

(Back, from left) Rod Booth, Nick Dasety and De­nis Glanville present An­nie McLeod and Jai Nolan with their win­ning cer­tifi­cates.

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