South Sydney Rabbitohs superstar Greg Inglis invites everybody to come and talk footy with him at Coffs Harbour Golf Club on Friday afternoon.
South Sydney Rabbitohs superstar Greg Inglis invites everybody to come and talk footy with him at Coffs Harbour Golf Club on Friday afternoon. AAP/Colin Whelan

Greg Inglis playing in Coffs Golf Club charity day on Friday

RUGBY League superstar Greg Inglis will attend the fifth Paul Davis-Welsh memorial golf day at Coffs Harbour Golf Club on Friday.

The South Sydney fullback was a cousin of the late Paul Jr and has participated in every event held so far.

Greg will be available to meet fans and sign autographs at 3pm and the public is invited to roll up.

The event is the key fundraiser for the foundation set up in memory of one of Group 2's brightest prospects who passed away as the result of a traffic incident in Kempsey in 2009.

Better known as 'Bud', the rising star of rugby league was the son of legendary player and coach, Paul, and wife Vivian.

At the time of his death, NRL clubs were circling and it's poignant to see the names of so many of Paul Jr's contemporaries now playing first grade or continuing to climb the career ladder.

Family spokesperson Brett Davis said the golf day continued to be an important community event.

"It's been played in Kempsey and Nambucca Heads in previous years and we felt it was time to bring it north to Coffs," he said.

"While the golf is a bit of an adventure, we all look forward to getting back to the clubhouse for lunch and a few drinks, to talk about footy and old times.

"Around 2pm we'll present a memorabilia auction which is always plenty of fun and golfers are welcome to stay on with us."



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