TEED UP: Paul Sheehan will lend a hand at the upcoming Rotary Charity Golf Day.
TEED UP: Paul Sheehan will lend a hand at the upcoming Rotary Charity Golf Day.

Golf day could be easier with an expert team mate beside you

IT WON'T guarantee victory at the upcoming Rotary Charity Golf Day but it will go a long way towards it.

When players tee off at Bonville Golf Resort on Sunday, November16, one group will have paid for the services of professional golfer Paul Sheehan.

The group of three players will have to pay $1000 for the honour of having the Coffs Harbour product and one-time Japan Open winner in their Ambrose team but the money goes to charity so it will be worth it.

Now into its fifth year, Coffs City Rotary has announced funds from this year's golf day will go towards the local Salvation Army, Waratah Respite Centre and this year's selected Rotary charity, ShelterBox (Australia); an international disaster relief charity which delivers emergency shelter, warmth and dignity to those affected by disaster.

The first team to phone Bonville on 66534002 with a bid of $1000 will secure Sheehan's services.

Entry for a team of four on the day is $400, so paying for Sheehan's services is a little bit above par but it will be worth it, having a two-time PGA Tour of Australasia winner on your team as if it is your own Pro-Am day.

Coffs City Rotary anticipates a capacity field of 144 for the event but there are still some spots available.

There will also be the opportunity for any player lucky enough to score a hole-in-one to donate $10,000 to the charity of their choice.

For a little extra, local businesses will also be able to sponsor the event and fly their company banner on a hole for the weekend, as well as enjoy a great afternoon on the picturesque course.

Click here for an entry form. 



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