Camp Quality’s Mike Symonds studies the golf swings of Coffs Harbour’s Rob Loader, Rob Holt and Josh Fox.
Camp Quality’s Mike Symonds studies the golf swings of Coffs Harbour’s Rob Loader, Rob Holt and Josh Fox. BRUCE THOMAS

Old Boys' fundraiser done to a tee

THE Coffs Harbour Comets Old Boys are busily preparing to raise some always needed funds for Camp Quality and have a good time along the way.

This Friday marks the Comets’ fourth Camp Quality Golf Day held at the Coffs Harbour Golf Club.

Over the course of the first three years the Old Boys have raised more than $15,000 for Camp Quality and the organising committee is hoping for a similar result this Friday.

“Hopefully it will be another $5000 this year and make it $20,000 all up,” committee member Rob Loader said.

Friday’s golf day is a four-person ambrose event with a shot-gun start at midday.

Players are asked to start arriving an hour beforehand as Loader explained that all players will get a pre-round feed as part of their $40 green fees for the day.

After the round there will be the usual presentations to the winners but there will also be an auction for items of sporting memorabilia. If anyone has items they would like to donate the Old Boys are still on the lookout.

There are still some spots available for teams of four so anyone who has the afternoon free to play golf should get in touch with Clive Herring at the Coffs Harbour Golf Club on 6652 3244.



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