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TUNCURRY GOLF CLUB NEEDING NEW AMENITIES TO HOST TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS

Two state championships are in need of a golf course and Tuncurry is hoping they can provide it.

The Golf Club is asking for $3 million for new amenities to ensure the course is up to par.

 

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About Lara Coffey

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Originally from the Central Coast, Lara joined the NBN News team as a journalist in 2018. She completed a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Journalism at the University of Newcastle, before making the move north to join NBN News' Taree bureau. Got a story idea? lcoffey@nbntv.com.au

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