Teeing off for the future

THE future golfing talent of Central Queensland will be on show at Rydges Capricorn Resort next month during the Pat O'Driscoll Real Estate/Tropical Auto Group Junior Classic.

Played on both the resort and championship courses on June 20 and 21, the tournament is a 36-hole event open to all junior golfers with an official AGU or WGA handicap.

The major prize for both male and female juniors is free entry to the upcoming four-day Pro Am Tournament being held at the resort from August 4 to 7.

"Events such as this pave the way for up and coming local talent and ensure that we continue to nurture and encourage the ability of future sporting champions,'' Rydges Capricorn Resort's golf professional David Roche said.

Meanwhile, Emu Park's Wyley Ince has been crowned 2005 Biloela Open A grade boy's gross champion at the weekend.

Yeppoon's Katie Buttery won the A grade girl's title.



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