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February 5, 2023

Big field compete for Mullum’s Rural Classic golf tournament

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Plenty of winners on the day despite inclement conditions. Photo Supplied

Despite rainy conditions the organisers considered it a very successful day with 160 players contesting the event.

Players vied for overall honours as well as prizes available on individual holes.

Runners up were Barnard Browning and Jason Abbott.


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