Brown & Hurley’s Final Charity Golf Tournament Raises $30,720 for Local Charities!
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Brown and Hurley Kyogle hosted their 44th and final charity golf event over two days on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th of November at Kyogle Golf Club.
The Charity event attracted almost 300 players from as far away as Melbourne, Perth & Mackay. Players competed for a prize pool in excess of $21000 with Kyogle player Barry Lane claiming the overall honours in the 44th year of this annual Brown & Hurley Charity event. Barry scored 43 points to be the overall winner.

Wednesday Men’s winner: Jake Walters 41 points
Wednesday Ladies winner: Cheryl Bordin 40 points
Thursday Men’s winner: Paul Ritchie 41 points
Thursday Ladies winner: Denise Coster 37 points
Numerous other prizes were handed out for down to 40th Men’s and Ladies runner up, nearest the pin, longest drive and non golfers.
Players also competed for the $1000 hole in one sponsored by Eaton Australia.

The tournament raised $30,720 for local charities which was distributed as follows (recipients pictured below):
Kyogle Lions Club – $6,000
Kyogle SES – $6,720
Westpac Rescue Helicopter – $4,000
Kyogle Golf Club – $3,500
Kyogle Youth Ventures – $3,000
Northern Rivers Suicide Prevention Group – $2,500
Jumbunna Early Intervention Centre – $2,500
Northern Rivers Oncology Unit – $1,500
Rodney & Mandy Starr – $1,000

Winners of the raffle of the Engel Portable Fridge and HID Driving Lights sponsored by Engel Fridges and X Ray Vision were Greta Lindsay and Denise Coster.
The event would not be possible without the enormous sponsorship and support we receive each year for our many generous suppliers, customers and the greater North Coast community.

We would like to thank all the sponsors, players, golf club staff, volunteers and everyone involved that continue to support the event which enables us all to make the lives of those in the community less fortunate than ourselves a little better.

Since the inception of the golf day 44 years ago we have raised in excess of $400,000 which has all been returned into the north coast community.

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