Organisers are hoping for teams to have a bit of fun and dress like this udderly boobiful team in 2010.
Organisers are hoping for teams to have a bit of fun and dress like this udderly boobiful team in 2010.

Charity golf day set to be a smash

WHILE golfing talent is optional at the Duaringa Charity Golf Day, you can be sure having a good time is guaranteed.

The charity golf day is Saturday, May 26, at the Duaringa Golf Club on the Capricorn Hwy and organiser Rachelle Stemm said there were places still available with nominations open from 9am on the day.

"Everyone is welcome to attend," Rachelle said.

"We have prizes for golfers, non-golfers, ladies, gents and juniors. Golfing talent is purely optional."

Rachelle encouraged participants to get teams together and take part in the four-ball Ambrose event with tee-off at 10am.

"This event is the first social event on the Duaringa Golf Club's 2012 calendar," she said.

"(It's) a great social event where an enjoyable nine holes of golf can be enjoyed with friends and family all whilst raising funds for local organisations."

While you have a good time you can also ensure the emergency services in Duaringa receive a helping hand with proceeds from the day donated to the Duaringa Local Ambulance Committee and Duaringa Town Rural Fire Brigade.

"The event is an annual event, held to raise funds for the Duaringa Local Ambulance Committee and Duaringa Town Rural Fire Brigade to enable the groups to purchase equipment, which benefits the community and surrounding rural districts," Rachelle said.

And what's a charity golf day without outrageous costumes? Teams will be awarded for their creativity as Rachelle said there were prizes for the best dressed team and best decorated golf cart.

"People can come dressed however they please," Rachelle said. "It is always great to see what creative costumes people put together. In the past we have had fairies, cowboys, hula girls - the list is endless."

Cost is $15 per person and to nominate early contact Rachelle on 4925 6403.


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