Good numbers roll out for Legacy
Tuesday, 29th April, 2014
By Ethan James
The annual Legacy Charity Golf Day attracted a record number of participants at the Golf and Country Club on Sunday.
A total of 112 golfers hit the fairways to help raise money for a good cause.
“It’s our best year and the most we’ve ever had which is fantastic,” Legacy Secretary Mark Winen said.
“We’d like to the thank all the local businesses, clubs and individuals who have gotten behind this and it’s great to see so many people from different parts of the community out on the course.”
While weather was perfect, the action on the greens wasn’t quite as pleasing on the eye.
But regardless of the golf, there were still plenty of smiles.
“It’s a great day for the club and the chance for a social outing to catch up with people,” Winen said.
Legacy is hoping to raise over $2,500 from the day which will go directly to assisting war widows in Broken Hill.
The organisation is currently undertaking a home safety program.