preview to rescue helicopter golf day at Bonville golf resort.Lto R: Geoff King , Mayor Denise Knight ,Louise Jordan and Zeke Huish from westpac rescue helicopter ..  16 March  2016. Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate
preview to rescue helicopter golf day at Bonville golf resort.Lto R: Geoff King , Mayor Denise Knight ,Louise Jordan and Zeke Huish from westpac rescue helicopter .. 16 March 2016. Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate Trevor Veale

Beauties tee off for good cause

GOLF'S most talented ladies will be teeing off at Bonville Golf Resort for the inaugural Beauty in the Green event on Thursday April 7.

The nine hole, four person Ambrose competition is all in the name of a good cause supporting the vital operations of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.

Ladies will indulge on a glass of complementary bubbles on arrival to kick off their day on the green followed by a delicious selection of food and beverages waited to them on the course throughout the day.

Westpac Rescue Helicopter Northern Region events coordinator, Louise Jordan encourages all women of all golfing abilities to get along for an 'enjoyable ladies afternoon' to raise funds for the important service.

"We had so much success and fun with it last year, we're hoping to capture that again this year," Ms Jordan said.

"It's very much a social day, we're treating it like a ladies Melbourne Cup dau except on the golf course."

Tee off will be at 1pm with registration from 12pm with presentations concluding the event at 6pm.

Registration is $70 per person with a courtesy bus available to and from the Hoey Moey.

For more details, visit the Westpac Rescue Helicopter website.

The Westpac Rescue Helicopter is a free service that operates 24 hours a day and undertakes more than 1000 missions annually.



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