Genetic factors no doubt contributed to his sporting prowess because talent runs through both sides of his family lineage. Terry (Campo) Campese, has talent running through his veins.
He is the nephew of David Campese, AM, also known as Campo – an Australian rugby union legend, capped by the Wallabies 101 times. Campo senior played 85 tests at wing and 16 at fullback.
Terry is also cousin to former AFL player and current Ardmona Cats senior coach Shane Crawford. Crawford played 305 senior games for the Hawthorn Football Club and won the league’s highest individual honour, the Brownlow Medal.
Terry’s young brother, Trent Britton, picked up a golf club for the first time in 2012 and in 2017 became Queanbeyan Club Champion and ACT Monaro District Champion and also won the Matchplay Championships twice and was a member of the 2018 victorious Queanbeyan A-Grade Pennant team.