Date: May 06, 2013
Author: WA Blind Golf Association

White wins WA Blind Golf Open

The 2013 Western Australian Blind Golf Open Championship took place at Collier Park on the 17th and 18th April. In a spirit of tremendous camaraderie the competition was hotly contested. John White was the overall winner on 69 points ably assisted by Ross Thompson. Doug Burrows was runner up with caddying by Terry Woodward on the first day and David Broadhurst on the second day. Jenny McCallum won the B2 category on 67 points. Mark Chamberlain was caddy on day one with Ian McCallum on day two. Doug Golding did the honours for the B3 category on 53 points with Dilys Hughes as caddie. The WABGA was pleased to welcome two new caddies who ably assisted their players Mark Chamberlain and Terry Woodward. This is part of a continuing drive for new members and caddies that is being conducted by the WABGA. Jim Hunter, Tournament Director said that the Championship had shown the true spirit of Blind Golf with some excellent golf played in a spirit of friendly rivalry. Two guests were very welcome at the prize ceremony. John White, Dr Handa s representative on the IBGA board and David Blyth President of Blind Sports Australia who presented the prizes. Overall Winner John White 69 points Runner Up Doug Burrows Winner B2 Jenny McCallum Winner B3 Doug Golding Runner Up B3 Darryl Evans For more information on the WA Blind Golf Association click here