Date: April 16, 2013
Author: Courtesy Special Olympics Australia

ACT’s Darren Tait Heading To Macau

We are delighted to announce that on 22 April 2013, Darren Tait from ACT will be among six Australian golfers with an intellectual disability who will tee off at the Special Olympics Asia Pacific Golf Masters in Macau, one of the most prestigious golf tournaments on the Special Olympics sporting calendar. The tournament, in its second year, will be held at Caesars Golf Macau, a par-71 course that emulates the very best in traditional links-style golf courses, and participating athletes will be able to take part in level 1, 2 and 5 competitions being: individual skills, alternate team shot play and 18-hole individual stroke play. The Australia team are: Amanda Patterson (QLD), Darren Tait (ACT), Jayden Wright (VIC), Kathryn Wilson (QLD), Philip Mahoney (VIC) and Song Ng (WA). They will be be supported by three volunteer officials: Kevin O Byrne (VIC), Lindsay Murphy (WA) and Lenore Wilson (QLD). Click here to meet the team and find out more.