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Teeing off for a good cause

Thursday, 12th September, 2019

Stacey Ferguson (left) is playing on Sunday in a team with local Ride for Sick Kids cyclists Trystan Summers, Mark Craven and Tim Ferguson. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson Stacey Ferguson (left) is playing on Sunday in a team with local Ride for Sick Kids cyclists Trystan Summers, Mark Craven and Tim Ferguson. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson

By Emily Ferguson

The annual Ronald McDonald House Charities golf day is on Sunday to help the team of Broken Hill cyclists with their fundraising for the Ronald McDonald House Ride for Sick Kids. 

The day tees off at 10am at the Broken Hill Golf and Country Club and the forecast temperature is 31 degrees, perfect for a day on the green. 

Entry to the competition costs $30 for golf club members and $40 for non-members. Teams of four people will compete in the Ambrose event, male and female, for $1000 in prizes and any skill level is welcome. 

All money raised goes towards the fundraising efforts of the five local riders participating in the Ride for Sick Kids - Mark Craven, Tim Ferguson, Trystan Summers, Megan Algate and Wayne Demery. 

There are plenty of spots still open for the day. To book your team phone the Broken Hill Golf Club on 8087 9099 or email Mark Craven on mcraven6@bigpond.com 

WHAT: Charity Golf Day 

WHEN: Sunday, 10am. 

WHERE: Broken Hill Golf and Country Club.

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