Woman ends up on golf course in 4.30am 'drink driving' escapade

·Associate News Editor
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The wrong sort of driver ended up on the course at a South Australian golf club after a woman allegedly under the influence took a wrong turn overnight, police say.

Officers were called to Strangways Terrace in North Adelaide at 4.30am on Monday morning after a crashed vehicle was located at North Adelaide Golf Club.

A photo of the vehicle from South Australia Police shows the red sedan crashed into a bollard, with its front wheel appearing to be off its axle.

The red sedan was found crashed at the golf club. Source: SAPOL
The red sedan was found crashed at the golf club. Source: SAPOL

Police allege a 23-year-old woman, identified as the driver, was intoxicated and failed to comply with breath analysis at the crash site.

She and a male passenger were uninjured in the crash.

The driver was reported for failing to comply with a breath analysis, drink driving, driving without due care and breaching the conditions of her probationary licence, South Australia Police said.

She was issued with a 12-month instant loss of licence and her car was impounded for 28 days.

She will be summonsed to appear in court at a later date.

It comes days after an unlicensed man test riding a motorbike in NSW was caught speeding by police just 400 metres from the seller's home.

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