NAWIC’s Golf Day is back for another year! Play a round of golf with your industry peers, then enjoy a BBQ and find out the winners of the Nearest the Pin and Longest Drive competitions. Registration opens at 2:15pm, with players teeing off at 3pm. Places are limited, so register your interest on the NAWIC […]
April 4th, 2011
NAWIC’s Golf Day is back for another year!
Play a round of golf with your industry peers, then enjoy a BBQ and find out the winners of the Nearest the Pin and Longest Drive competitions.
Registration opens at 2:15pm, with players teeing off at 3pm.
Places are limited, so register your interest on the NAWIC website.
Cost is $90 members/$95 non members; $20 club hire/$25 cart hire.
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