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Come have a ‘Day on the Greens’ with Play for a Cure Foundation

Friday, May 18th, 2018

PLAY for a Cure’s ‘Day on the Green’ is back. 

Our 2nd annual golf day exceeded expectations – can we go even better this year?

All funds raised will (as usual) go to support critical cancer research programs.

Get in quick as the positions fill up extremely quickly and we don’t want you to miss out.  Click here to secure your tickets.

There will be many great prizes on offer for both men and women participants on the day.

The format will be a 2 ball Ambrose.  The 2 person teams can be organised in any form either with both men or by both women or mixed, it doesn’t matter.

Anyone can register to play and any singles will be paired off on the day.

Further Information

  • Carts need to be pre-booked
  • If you have an AGU Handicap and a golf link number please provide at Registration
  • If you do not have a handicap, one will be allocated on the day
  • A food and drinks Cart will be available during the day
  • RSVP is by 4th July
  • Registration is from 8am at the Course and after the game we will enjoy a BBQ lunch with the awards ceremony.
  • Sponsorship of holes is available (if interested, contact Leigh at leigh@playforacure.com.au)

At lunch, we will be hosting a raffle where some great prizes will be available.

INFORMATION FOR THE DAY

Nudgee Golf Club
1207 Nudgee Road Brisbane

Car Parking:  There is plenty of Car Parking available on site

Paying Registration:  if paying on the day, cash is preferred to pay for your registration and/or Lunch. Credit card facility is available however there is a 2% surcharge

(costs reminder is noted at the end of this sheet)

TimeNotes
8am Players must arrive on time for sign-in and briefing
8.45 - 9.00am                   

 

                

              

                  
Players  tee off  (shotgun start) 
12.45 - 1.00pmLunch ONLY guests may arrive anytime however suggest around this time

(children are not permitted in the pokies or bar area)

1.30 - 1.45 approxLunch, raffles and after match presentations   
2.30 - 3.00pm Day Concludes

 

What to bring and other FAQ’s:

Bring your Sunscreen, hat and Water

Strictly NO THONGS allowed in clubhouse

Bring cash for raffles if you wish to purchase tickets

Food and drinks cart will be available they are CASH ONLY

Reminder Costs

(non Nudgee GC member):

$70 Golf + Lunch

$90 Golf + Lunch (plus shared cart)

$25.00 Lunch Only (Adults)

Nudge GC Members

$45 Golf + Lunch

$60 Golf + Lunch (plus shared cart)

High Tea anyone?

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Today, during Breast Cancer Awareness month, we held our first high tea, and we were well attended at P4AC headquarters.

A few familiar faces, but more importantly, we met and enjoyed the company of a few new supporters and lovely ladies they are.  You won’t be surprised to hear they are sporting folks of a similar ilk to us!  Diamond sport fans but this time, baseball is their number 1 love!  Thank you for coming ladies, thoroughly enjoyed your company!

We started with the presentation of Fifth Avenue Jewellery Collection by former Director of Play for a Cure, Kelli Oates.  By having the party we were presented with a gift that you will all see soon enough, when we do our next raffle :). Part of the profits of the sales will also come to P4AC so thank you Kelli and Fifth Avenue Collection!

Yum, variety for all….

Final figures to come, however along with the small entry fee that the folks paid and because of the very kind donations from Cheryl-Lea Godfrey, Leigh, Woolworths Wynnum West, Fudge Queen, Elizabeth Woods & Carol McKellar and  it looks like we will make over $400.

Lots of delicious food, and tea without teabags was served, along with some pink champagne.  Each guest was provided with a bag of goodies, containing a ribbon pin, a pen and  breast cancer information thanks to our favourite cancer research charity – Australian Cancer Research Foundation AND a pink P4AC wristband.  Each guest also received a raffle ticket and the lucky winner Barb was given some jewellery.

Discussing the Jewellery catalogue – what do you like?

All in all a lovely way to spend a Sunday morning, not only enjoying the good company but knowing that we raised a small amount to help with Breast cancer research.  Already looking forward to next October!

Thank you ladies for your support today – it means the world!

 

The ladies of our High Tea portratised… thank you ladies 🙂