NAWIC’s annual Golf Day is tomorrow, Tuesday 22 February at Cammeray Golf Club! Don’t miss your chance to enjoy 9 holes of golf with industry peers, followed by a BBQ dinner and awards for nearest the pin and longest drive competitions. Registration is at 2:15pm, with tee off at 3pm. The BBQ and Awards kick […]
February 21st, 2011
NAWIC’s annual Golf Day is tomorrow, Tuesday 22 February at Cammeray Golf Club!
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy 9 holes of golf with industry peers, followed by a BBQ dinner and awards for nearest the pin and longest drive competitions.
Registration is at 2:15pm, with tee off at 3pm.
The BBQ and Awards kick off at 5:30pm.
Cost is $90 members and $95 for non-members; club hire $20 and cart hire $25.
If you still haven’t RSVPd, vist the NAWIC website to reserve your place or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries.
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