Teeing off: Wayne Riley (front), Hurstville mayor Con Hindi (far right) and representatives from the six Hurstville City clubs sponsoring the Wayne Riley Pro Am Legends tournament. Picture: Chris LaneTHE 2015 Hurstville City Council Legends Pro-Am will be held on Friday, November 27, at Hurstville Golf Course.
The important fundraiser for St George Cancer Care Centre is sponsored by registered clubs. It was launched yesterday at the Hurstville Council-run course at Peakhurst.
The event is named in honour of Wayne “Radar” Riley, 52, of Peakhurst who cultivated his skills on the 18-hole layout as a junior.
He said he was honoured to have the pro-am named after him.
“I have played at many golf courses all around the world and ‘Royal’ Hurstville is my favourite,” Riley said.
“Hurstville Golf Course is where I learned and honed my golf skills as a youngster.”
Six Hurstville City-based clubs and this year is offering a $15,000 prize purse. Australia’s top senior golf professionals are expected to play.
The clubs supporting the event are Club Central, Club Rivers, Club Grandviews, Mortdale RSL, Penshurst RSL and St George Maso’s, Mortdale.
Enter team of three: 9553 4288.
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