21 Mar 2020 | All Abilities |

Coulton takes national blind open

by Contributor

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Graham Coulton (centre) celebrates with caddie Sue Carpenter and Rosebud president Ross Heinrich.

Graham Coulton has won the Blind Golf Australia national championship.

Coulton, 61, had net scores of 71 and 72 off a 43 handicap at Rosebud Country Club on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula to secure the win alongside his caddie of 15 years standing, Sue Carpenter.

The New South Welshman is a veteran of blind golf having competed in multiple world championships and won the British Blind Open in 2010.

He is a director of the International Blind Golf Association and has represented Australian in blind golf and cricket.

This year’s Australian Open welcomed a number of promising new players, including Paul McKenzie from Australian Capital Territory, a B3 category player off 19 who won the overall gross and was the net runner-up.

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