Sup­port lo­cal schools, or­gan­i­sa­tions with a hit of golf

Southern Riverina news - - Sport -

The Tocumwal Golf Club Fisher & Paykel/co­bram Betta Elec­tri­cal An­nual Char­ity Golf Day and ma­jor auc­tion is on again on Sun­day, Jan­uary 8.

Now in its tenth year, this mas­sive event con­tin­ues to grow in pop­u­lar­ity - and prizes.

Thanks to gen­er­ous lo­cal and in­ter­state spon­sor­ship nearly $200,000 has been raised for the Tocumwal Pub­lic School, Sa­cred Heart and a dif­fer­ent com­mu­nity or­gan­i­sa­tion each year

Keen golfers of all ages and abil­i­ties will flock to the club mid-morn­ing on Sun­day, Jan­uary 8 to have a swing on the pris­tine Tocumwal fair­ways.

Reg­is­tra­tion is at 10.30am fol­lowed by Brunch from 11am to noon be­fore tee off on Tocumwal’s su­perbly pre­sented 36-hole Cham­pi­onship Course.

Golfers will vie for a trea­sure trove of prizes in both hand­i­capped and non­hand­i­capped sec­tions.

There are also a host of fun com­pe­ti­tions along the way in­clud­ing near­est the pin, long­est drive plus a chip­ping con­test all for the chance to win fab­u­lous prizes.

There are both hand­i­capped and non hand­i­capped sec­tions so so­cial or oc­ca­sional golfers are more than wel­come to par­tic­i­pate.

Fol­low­ing play, golfers and guests will head to the club for a de­li­cious two course din­ner and com­pli- men­tary qual­ity red and white wines from De­bor­toli Wines.

Ev­ery­one will be a win­ner on the night with end­less player prizes, raf­fles, silent auc­tion items, mem­o­ra­bilia and white goods up for grabs.

Rais­ing money has never been so much fun with spe- cial guests in AFL leg­ends Peter and Paul Hud­son.

En­try Fee is $100 per golfer, which in­cludes the golf, gift, brunch and din­ner.

The cost to at­tend the din­ner only is $40 per per­son.

For all en­quiries please con­tact Jac­qui Brown at the Tocumwal Golf Club on 03 5874 9102.

The char­ity golf day is for se­ri­ous and so­cial golfers.

This golfer knows how to nav­i­gate the course in style.

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