Talented Nelson Bay golfer Amy Squires gets cheque presentation

Amy Squires is presented with a cheque by president Max Pride and golf pro Warren Moses.
Amy Squires is presented with a cheque by president Max Pride and golf pro Warren Moses.

 

A BUDDING Nelson Bay golfer has won selection in the prestigious Hunter District PSSA Golf team.

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Amy Squires, aged 10 and a member of the promising junior Nelson Bay Golf Club team, recently took part in the PSSA Hunter selection trials at Newcastle Golf Club where she outshone many of her competitors.

As a result Squires was successful in making the district championships and, in fact, she was the only girl selected in the team of eight golfers.

She will be playing at Camden Lakeside Golf Club on 6 and 7 September in the PSSA NSW titles where she will attempt to win selection in the prestigious State team.

Last week she was presented with a cheque from Nelson Bay Golf Club president Max Pride to help with her costs for the championships.

“Amy has been practicing very hard at the Nelson Bay course this year and has improved her game considerably, even winning some of the Sunday comps along the way,” Mr Pride said.

“She wants to thank the Nelson Bay lady members who have been very helpful and extremely encouraging. We wish Amy all the best in this upcoming event.”

 

By Charlie ELIAS

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