EP.66 Aussie Golf History - Kameruka Golf Course
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Now here is a story that is worth listening to! The Aussie Golf History segment is about the golf courses and personalities that have played are do play an important part in the golf history of Australia. I always try my best to give you stories that you may not have heard of before. I am joined by Paul Carter for this podcast segment. Paul is the Chairman of The Society of Kameruka Golfers and I want to talk with him to tell you all about the rediscovery of the Kameruka Golf Course by Paul and his Wife and just what he has in mind in the future. There is a lot of work ahead for Paul to one day hopefully rebuild the golf course to it's former glory and open it for all to enjoy.  I won't say anymore, you'll just have to come along for the ride and listen. I'm sure, like me, you will be not only be moved by the history of the golf course and the region but also excited by what has been lost for so long and has now been rediscovered. Please click here to support this project by providing a submission to Heritage Council of NSW before 10th August 2022. Or go to www.kamerukagolf.com where details are in the July Newsletter on the Information page.
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