Orara Valley Dingoes coach Adam Wood proved to be be a master of the golf course with an impressive albatross on the par 5 fourth hole at Bonville last week.
Orara Valley Dingoes coach Adam Wood proved to be be a master of the golf course with an impressive albatross on the par 5 fourth hole at Bonville last week. Trevor Veale

Football coach finds form on the green

A WEEK away from the sideline has seen Orara Valley Dingoes coach Adam Wood a chance to show off his ability on the golf course.

The NCF Premier League coach scored an incredible albatross on the fourth hole at Bonville International Golf Resort playing for Bonville in district pennants competition.

The two shot on the par five fourth hole kick started an incredible run for Wood who went on to finish seven under par from the final eleven holes.

"It was a good drive to the tee," wood said.

"The fourth is a reasonably easy driving hole at Bonville however it was still a sweet shot."

The impressive round from Wood could've very easily never have happened as he was originally not slated to play.

"Bonville captain Tony Gray called me up and asked if I could fill in," wood said.

"Luckily my wife was good enough to let me take to the green."

Wood will return to the sideline this weekend with his Orara side travelling to Grafton for a clash with Westlawn.



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