Swing into St Patrick’s Day
TO BE sure, to be sure. When you’re on a good thing, stick to it.
For the third year running, Caloundra Rotary Club will host its ever-popular St Patrick’s Day Charity Golf Day on Friday, March 16 at Pelican Waters Golf Course.
This is a community day where golfers are welcome to dress up in Irish/green/ leprechaun attire for a chance to win the prize for best-dressed team.
Rotary club golf committee chairman Gordon Hamilton said last year’s event had attracted more than 150 players and raised $16,000 for Rotary to continue its good work.
“We presented SunnyKids with a cheque for $10,000 that night,” Mr Hamilton said.
“They will be the recipients again this year. We have sold 12 holes (in sponsorships) so far this year and hope to increase that.
“We are hopeful of getting at least another 100 players in teams of four.”
Registration costs $340 per team, $85 per person for visitors and $40 per person for members. The price includes: green fees and two golf carts per team, on-course competition prizes, the presentation, pre-golf burger bar and post-golf light finger food.
Players can register from 10am, before attending the 11.45am briefing for the noon shotgun start. Presentations will follow at 5pm. register via email recep[email protected] pelicangolf.com.au or phone 5437 5000.
TEE TIME: Caloundra Rotary Club is holding a charity golf day on St. Patrick’s Day at Pelican Waters Golf Club to raise money for SunnyKids. From left: Rachael Witton, Darryl Lang, Anne Boland, Pauline Hanley, Gordon Hamilton and Michelle Hurd.