New Emerald masquerade ball

Dress up to the nines and have a ball while helping the Emerald Golf Club.
Dress up to the nines and have a ball while helping the Emerald Golf Club.

INDULGE in a night of mystery and magic behind an enchanting mask at the inaugural Emerald Golf Club Masquerade Ball.

Behind a veil of mystique and intrigue, dance the night away before the grand unveiling at midnight.

Is there someone you fancy?

Get them to the Emerald Golf Club behind a shroud of secrecy and show them your heart's desire. 

Masquerade Ball

  • When: Saturday, July 28
  • Time: 6pm
  • Where: Emerald Golf Club
  • Dress: Formal with a mask
  •  Cost: $70 per person

For the women who have delved into the pages of Fifty Shades of Grey, this is their chance to re-enact the charity ball. You know what we mean.

The Emerald Golf Club will hold the Masquerade Ball on Saturday, July 28, at 6pm and the club's Alishia Sutherland encourages everyone to head along to the event.

Tickets are $70 per person and on sale now at the bar at the Emerald Golf Club.

The ticket includes entry, a free glass of wine on arrival and a delicious array of canapés to enjoy throughout the night.

Your ticket will also be included in the lucky door prize draw with an iPad to be won.

Pumping beats will keep the dance floor hot all night and Alishia ensured it would be a fun night out meeting new people and there would be cheap drinks.

"It's an all-round great night," she said.

"It's nice to dress up and have a great time meeting new people and dancing the night away."

The dress code is formal so don a suit or a sexy dress along with a mask to win the cash prize of best-dressed.

The money raised on the night will go towards upgrading the golf club's beer garden, a project put on hold after the extensive damage of the greens earlier in the year.

Tickets must be pre-purchased. For more information, contact the golf club on 4982 1274.



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