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Nathan Waters, Dylan Perry set to tee off at NSW Open Championships

Written By: admin - Aug• 14•19

GREAT OPPORTUNITY: Three-time Muswellbrook Golf Club champion Nathan Waters will tee off in the NSW Open Championships on Thursday.
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TWO promising Upper Hunter golfers are hoping to make their respective marks at the NSW Open Championship this week.

Muswellbrook’s Nathan Waters and Aberdeen’s Dylan Perry will face the likes of Peter Lonard, Peter Senior, Craig Parry, Robert Allenby, European Tour player Jason Scrivener, Rhein Gibson (PGA Tour) and two-time world long drive champion Jamie Sadlowski at the Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club from Thursday.

Waters qualified for the four-day tournament on Monday, after winning the qualifying round at the Long Reef Golf Club with a score of -3.

Ironically, the three-time Muswellbrook Golf Club champion and Perry were members of the NSW State Junior team, along with Jake Higginbottom.

Now, after a short stint away from the area, the 23-year-old is back “home”, much to the delight of club president Robert Sprague.

“We are extremely proud of Nathan as he continues to develop his game and pursue his dreams of playing golf for a living,” he said.

“As our current club champion, I have witnessed his power game first hand and have no doubt he will fulfil his dreams.

“The NSW Open is the first step on a long journey ahead of him.

“On behalf of all the members of the Muswellbrook Golf Club, we wish him the best of luck.”

Sprague’s sentiments were echoed by head professional Jason Taylor.

“Nathan has the ability to go a long way in golf,” he said.

“Many young players don’t get this opportunity and it is a great stepping stone to a future in amateur or professional golf.

“I wish Nathan all the best in this tournament – and in the coming years.

“It is possible for him to qualify for the n Open in the following week at Royal Sydney.”

Waters also has his sights set on the n Amateur in Melbourne, NSW Amateur in Sydney and the Avondale Medal during January and February 2017.

TALENTED: Dylan Perry.

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