Indonesia-Australia Challenge: Joondalup Resort golf gets a Bali twist


Ratna Hartoyo, Nadia Pebraini, Adella Raung, Rulita Cahaya Komala, M Firman and Cecep
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Ratna Hartoyo, Nadia Pebraini, Adella Raung, Rulita Cahaya Komala, M Firman and Cecep Rukendi.        d466039

A CAR yard managed to beat a golf business at their own game in a fundraising tournament at Joondalup Resort recently.

A four-man team from City Motors, made up of Paul Dryka, David Filmann, Michael Monteferante and John Baxter, won the Indonesia-Australia Challenge on February 28.

Their effort of 49.375 bettered the 50.375 by the Easy Golf Bali squad of Brian Bowley, Ian McDonald, Renze Brandsma and David Massey.

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The Fleet Network foursome was third.

The tournament raised more than $30,000 for Wheels for Hope, which offers transport to help people with disabilities get to medical check-ups and other important appointments.