Thieves filch Kapiti Golf Club flags

Last updated 11:23 30/11/2012

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Eight of Kapiti Golf Club's nine new flags and pins were stolen from the course on Saturday night, along with a concrete ball washer.

Club manager Graeme Stevens said the flags and pins were bought only about a month ago for the club's open tournament.

"I said to [Senior Sergeant] Alasdair Macmillan that maybe someone is trying to set up a mini-golf course or something. It's bloody frustrating for us."

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