A good selection of golfers from visiting Clubs took part in the most recent Open Day held at the Awhitu Golf course in April.
The best score of the day was from local player Glenn Harper with a 76 as well as taking the longest drive prize, nearest the pin on the 10th hole and the only two.
Karl Pye had the best nett score of 66, with visiting Onewhero players, Steve Butler and Brenda Tulp, winning the best stableford and ladies best nett divisions respectively.
Former Awhitu golfer Richard Paora, now playing out of the Maramarua Golf Club, also took away a major prize with a 37 stableford score.
Winners from left: Karl Pye, Steve Butler, Brenda Tulp and Glenn Harper
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