04 May 2021 | All Abilities |

Pollard wins inaugural NSW title

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Cameron Pollard, centre, shows off his trophy at Pacific Dunes.
Cameron Pollard, centre, shows off his trophy at Pacific Dunes.

By Tahnia Ravnjak, GOLF NSW

Outstanding Sawtell golfer Cameron Pollard has won the inaugural NSW Inclusive Championship.

Pollard, a prominent player at the first two Australian All Abilties Championships, saluted by three shots from Andrew Zantiotis with a two-round total of 158 at the testing Pacific Dunes Golf Club, north of Newcastle.

Tamworth’s Nat Young took out the stableford division with 69 points for the two rounds, with Healesville's Rod Paykel three points back in second place.

The championship, a first for the sport in NSW, was made possible with the support of Port Stephens Council and Golf Australia’s Christian Hamilton.

On behalf of the players, Golf NSW would also like to thank the Pacific Dunes staff and officials who presented their course in immaculate condition and the hardy members who donated their time to act as caddies and spotters throughout the tournament.

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