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Mad ducks and golfers brave the midday sun

01 Apr 2010

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The Mad Duck Cafe’s Golf day was held on Sunday, March 21 at St Andrew’s beach course on the Mornington Peninsula.

Some 37 Docklands residents were supplied with golf balls and tees from The House of Golf on Flinders St along with a packed lunch and one of the Mad Duck’s famous egg and bacon rolls before boarding the coach for a day of golf.

Judy Tonini, of golfingholidays.com.au, who organised the day said: “It was a marvelous day for golf. The weather was a little windy. But it was near perfect.”

“On the coach ride down we all had a laugh and it really set the scene for a fun day ahead,” she said.

Participants teed off around 11am in the Ambrose competition and after several long drives and lost balls, Kyle King and Debbie Pincombe took out the nearest to the pin competitions.

Maureen Schuyt and Trent Denham took out the longest drives. The winners of the overall competition were Michael Button, Daniel Richards, Trent Denham and Darrin Button.

Sam and Vee Rowe from the Mad Duck Cafe would like to thank all who participated in the event.

“We couldn’t be happier with the way the day has cemented the Docklands community spirit, everybody involved had lots of fun and we already have people booked in the day next year,” Sam Rowe said.

The Mad Duck has several community events and activities throughout the year. Stay in touch via http://www.madduckcafe.com.

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