Eighteen teams teed up on a fine, coolish morning to take on “The Old Course” lay-out at Romsey Golf Course. The day was a four-player Ambrose event and saw players from Geelong, Rosebud, Bendigo and Fawkner as well as from Romsey and surrounding districts; some with excellent handicaps others just out to have a round and to help raise some money for a very worthwhile cause.  With a par of 45 for both men and women the old course is more than  challenging.  The morning warmed up and the round was played in generally excellent conditions.  This was the 16th RFL Golf Day and many players had been coming for years.  There were very positive comments on the state of the course especially the fairways and greens.    Of the eighteen teams five were well under the card and their team handicaps really came into play.  It was a very tight result with two teams finishing  on 35.63.  A count back over the back six holes was required to separate them

1st CDMA; Mal Mottram/Davey Kenney/Craig Sandy/Andrew Laing – 41/5.38/35.63 C/B

2nd The Wanderers; Mitch Atlas/Paul Ellis/Ben Owen/Andrew Caldwell – 42/6.38/35.63

NTPs; 1st – Darren Alpinton, 8th – Dean Kohler, 10th – Davey Kenney/Darlene Baker

Just under 80 people sat down for lunch; a great meal provided by the members of “Puddles Team”.

Special mention to Romsey Mitre-10 who again sponsored the day.  They have generously supported this charity event since 2017.  The day saw just over $2,000  raised for cancer research

The 2024 RFL Champions CDMA

Craig Sandy, Andrew Laing & Mal Mottram (Davey Kenney absent)