The Scots College Old Boys' Union



2021 Old Boys' Community Golf Day

On Friday 28 May, over 100 enthusiastic golfers converged on Moore Park Golf for the 2021 Old Boys’ Union Community Golf Day. This was the first time the Old Boys’ Union had opened their traditional Golf Day to the wider Scots community of past and present parents, family and staff. The invitation was extremely well received with a record number of players registered for the event.

As the convoy of golf carts set off from the first hole to their respective tee boxes for a shotgun start, players were greeted with blue skies, the morning dew on freshly cut greens and the sounds of two Scots pipers.

Amongst the endless sporting repartee there was some quality golf played, with longest drive and nearest to pin competitions throughout the course. However, for many the day was as much about the social atmosphere and opportunity to catch up with fellow Old Boys as it was the golf, or that is the excuse given for some of the scores.

At the end of the round, players gathered in the 19th hole (clubhouse) for a sit down lunch, trophy and prize presentations, and more stories about that one remarkable shot or that one missed putt.

Congratulations to the winning teams:

Net winners – Kye Ibbotson (’16), Harrison Kiteley, Connor McMullen,

Gross winners – Gary Miller (’03), Robert Miller, Brian Miller, Glenn Brown

Ladies winners – Ali Jarvis, Helen Berckelman, Camilla Cropper, Karen Staines

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2021 OBU Community Golf Day

The Old Boys’ Union would like to thank our sponsors and prize donors whose generosity helped make this event possible.

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Sponsors

  • Wilsons Advisory – Daniel Pitt ('93)
  • Solar D Sunscreen – Mat Collett (’86)
  • Rugby Australia – Peter Sciberras
  • Integria Healthcare – Wayne Mcintosh 
  • The Royal Oak Hotel Double Bay – James Malouf
  • Joseph Dahdah & Co – Joseph Dahdah (’94)
  • Sydney Slice – Steve Smith (’84)

Prize Donors

  • The Oaks Hotel Neutral Bay – Taffy Thomas (’52) and Andrew Thomas (’86)
  • Trippas White Group
  • Moore Park Golf
  • The Wine and Spirit Agency – Iain McAusland (’93)
  • Sydney Roosters – Angus Crichton (’14) and Billy Smith (‘17)
  • The Daily Telegraph – Ben English (‘86)
  • The Scots College Rugby


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