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Green Fees Sliced Into The Rough

After six years of drought, there are no water hazards at the Cunnamulla golf course in western Queensland, and no grass to get in the way either. Local Robert “Sparrow” Crick (pictured) said playing a round in Cunnamulla offered its own challenges – dirt and dust being top of the list. “There hasn’t been a blade of grass on it for quite some time,” Mr Crick said. But there’s no drought when it comes to the clubhouse hospitality. “It’s a good outlet for people,” Mr Crick said. State MPs will put aside their political differences at a Drought Appeal Reception at Parliament House on September 20. The Queensland Drought Appeal has so far raised more than $2.5 million.

Drought Ravaged Golf Course
AUGUST 29, 2018: CUNNAMULLA, QLD. Aerial view...
By Nigel Hallett
29 August, 2018
Drought Ravaged Golf Course
AUGUST 29, 2018: CUNNAMULLA, QLD. Aerial view...
By Nigel Hallett
29 August, 2018
Drought Ravaged Golf Course
AUGUST 29, 2018: CUNNAMULLA, QLD. Local Robert...
By Nigel Hallett
29 August, 2018
Drought Ravaged Golf Course
AUGUST 29, 2018: CUNNAMULLA, QLD. Aerial view...
By Nigel Hallett
29 August, 2018
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