21 Mar 2020 | All Abilities |
Coulton takes national blind open
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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