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TOPICS: Supa Putt tournamentsupportsAlex McKinnon

GOOD SHOT: Joe Lannutti, manager of Supa Putt at Broadmeadow, is keen to raise funds for Alex McKinnon’s rehab.
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WHEN Alex McKinnon went down in a tackle and stayed down, everyone knew things weren’t OK. And you expected rugby league to look after him.

What’s less known is that the Newcastle mini golf community has been there for the injured Knight. Yep. Putt putt golf.

The back-rower was a regular at Newcastle Supa Putt before he suffered a neck injury last month against the Melbourne Storm.

It’s early days, but the centre plans to hold its first Mini Golf Masters in July. The tournament will help raise funds for McKinnon’s recovery.

They’re hoping to attract a field of 200, with a first prize of about $4000. Topics doesn’t know if broomstick putters are allowed, but we’re having visions of the final putt in Happy Gilmore.

‘‘Alex would come in quite often with his fiancee [Teigan Power],’’ Supa Putt manager Joe Lannutti told Topics.

‘‘We’ve been having a barbecue at every Knights home game in the car park to raise money for him.’’

Lannutti is quick to point out that the fund to support McKinnon hasn’t been set up yet. As we said, it’s early days. They are, however, seeking sponsors for the Masters.

In an interview the Knights posted yesterday on their website, McKinnon thanked Teigan, his teammates and fans and said he was ‘‘overwhelmed’’ by the support he’d received. He has regained some feeling in both arms.

You can find out more about the tournament by finding Newcastle Supa Putt on Facebook.

WE didn’t know Hannibal had a dog. This menacing mutt was spotted by a Morisset reader, who’d never seen a muzzle like that. Neither had we.

‘‘This dog was sitting in a ute right outside my office,’’ says our reader.

‘‘And I thought of your column. And I felt sad for that dog. But I’m sure he would bite my arm off if he could. The dog seemed pretty relaxed about it all.’’

Just like a certain doctor, who never seemed to lose his cool. Wonder if dogs like fava beans?

SOMETIMES readers don’t agree with us, and that’s cool. We can take it. If we have to.

George Davias, on Twitter, read our rant about the virtues of paying by cash (quick, reliable) and got straight to the point.

‘‘Don’t agree with you,’’ said George.

‘‘We should be encouraged to use card payments for everything! More places accepting PayPass!’’

Which is fine in theory, like communism. But what if the system breaks down, as is bound to happen now and then? Bet you’ll be glad you kept a wad of notes. A tweeter named Peasant SawHole chimed in.

‘‘I live in Bali and always use cash to prevent fraud.’’

We’ll leave the last word to reader Barney, who’s firmly in the pro-cash camp.

‘‘I was behind one person recently and she was so engrossed in chatting that when it came time to pay the bill she had to go on a treasure hunt through her handbag to find her card,’’ reports Barney.

‘‘She then had three goes at getting her PIN right! Then came the time to go looking for the store discount card … doh! Cash is a long way from being history.’’

He’s right. Put money on it.

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