For the first time in its 40+-year history, the AGFR tournament flag is, this week, standing sentinel and gently flying over the Alice Springs golf course.
Around 90 golfing Rotarians and 30 non-golfing partners  from around Australia have come to the Red Centre for a week of golf, fellowship and service above self, generously supporting Rotary, the John Hood Memorial Scholarship, Palliative Care NT, Central Australia and the Western Desert Dialysis service.
As the old saying goes "If you don't like the weather, move to Central Australia". The forecast for this week is perfect for golf and just being outdoors.
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In 2020, the 42nd AGFR tournament will be hosted by the Highton Rotary Club and held on the 13th Beach Golf Course, Barwon Heads, Victoria between April 19th to the 24th.
Click on the link to the website for more information and registration details:

The 41st AGFR tournament delegates and partners on the Alice Springs golf course on the first day of competition, Monday May 13th, 2019

The generous sponsors, once again, working with Rotary to help make the tournament possible and fostering the ethic of Service Above Self

Sunrise as seen from the 19th hole. The gathering of the battle chariots!

Three Presidents at the Rotary make-up meeting: Rotary Club of Alice Springs President Mike Potts, AGFR President Leigh Iles and Rotary Club of Mbantua Alice Springs President Bill Palmer and MC Ron Saint.

Rotarians having fun at the make-up meeting at the Alice Springs Turf Club house. ​

Sargeant Dominic Miller at the microphone - coaxed over $1,100 in fines which were donated to the Purple House, Western Desert Dialysis Service

Two of the house elves behind the scenes 

41st Tournament Director Roger Ahwah handing the AGFR flag over to Barry Stokes, the 42nd Tournament Director 

Sunset behind Mt. Gillen