Warwick Crime Stoppers committee members Jo McNally, Trevor Schrader, Cameron Schoenfisch and Cliff Farrell are preparing for their charity golf day next week.
Warwick Crime Stoppers committee members Jo McNally, Trevor Schrader, Cameron Schoenfisch and Cliff Farrell are preparing for their charity golf day next week. Kerri Burns-Taylor

Fighting crime over 18 holes

BATMAN had his batmobile, superman had his superhuman strength and Warwickites will next week be fighting crime - with golf clubs.

The fifth annual Warwick RSL Memorial Club Charity Golf Day is set to tee off next Wednesday, with proceeds going to Crime Stoppers.

Chairman Cameron Schoenfisch said last year's event raised about $6000 for the organisation, with this year's takings to be used toward rewards and signage.

"It is our major fundraiser of the year and we are expecting over 100 players," he said.

Mr Schoenfisch said Crime Stoppers was an increasingly important commodity of the community, assisting in solving crimes everyday.

Spots are filling up quickly and anybody wanting to play should nominate now.

Nominations cost $20 a player, with tee off from 11.30am.

Nominate by phoning Warwick Golf Club professional Rob McConnell on 4661 3664 or by dropping in to the pro shop.


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