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GOLFERS TO HIT THE GREEN FOR CHARITY

Tamworth’s golfing community will take out their clubs this Friday, raising money for cancer research.

The event is being held in memory of a friend who lost his life to the disease, David Clemson.

More than 80 people have signed up to play, and organisers are looking to score a hole-in-one on the fundraising front – setting a target of more than $10,000.

“Thanks to Dave’s legacy, this day will become one of the biggest charities in Tamworth I’m hoping, and a lot of people are behind us, and the generosity is totally overwhelming, so we’re going to make it an annual event.”

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About Olivia Portell

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Olivia began working as a journalist with NBN Tamworth in May 2018. She was born and bred in Armidale, before moving to Newcastle to study a Bachelor of Communication.

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