Qld Golf Foundation Out and About

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The Qld Golf Foundation continues to get out and about in the golfing community with partnerships with two of Queensland’s golf industry’s more high profile events.

The Qld Golf Foundation was recently named charity partner to the 2017 RACV Gold Coast Challenge at Royal Pines Resort. The money raised from the tournament will go directly to new programs and initiatives in Queensland for children, women and clubs.

Louise Corrigan of the Qld Golf Foundation said she was delighted with the announcement of the RACV Gold Coast Challenge partnership with the Foundation.

“The Qld Golf Foundation is privileged to be the official charity partner of the RACV Gold Coast Challenge,” Mrs Corrigan said.

“We rely heavily on the support of the golfing community to continue our work increasing participation that will help grow and secure the future of golf in Queensland. This is the perfect partnership to help us raise awareness of the Foundation within our key market.”

The Foundation is also pleased to be charity partner at the 2017 Queensland Golf Industry Awards Night and PGA Trainee Graduation to be held at Jupiters Gold Coast on Tuesday, 21 March.

Money raised from the raffle at the event will be donated to the Foundation so if you are going along to the Awards night, please dig deep and support the Qld Golf Foundation.

Charity partnerships are important to the Qld Golf Foundation and we thank both the Gold Coast Challenge and the PGA (Qld) for their support.

 

The Qld Golf Foundation continues to get out and about in the golfing community with partnerships with two of Queensland’s golf industry’s more high profile events.

The Qld Golf Foundation was recently named charity partner to the 2017 RACV Gold Coast Challenge at Royal Pines Resort.  The money raised from the tournament will go directly to new programs and initiatives in Queensland for children, women and clubs.

Louise Corrigan of the Qld Golf Foundation said she was delighted with the announcement of the RACV Gold Coast Challenge partnership with the Foundation.

“The Qld Golf Foundation is privileged to be the official charity partner of the RACV Gold Coast Challenge,” Mrs Corrigan said.

“We rely heavily on the support of the golfing community to continue our work increasing participation that will help grow and secure the future of golf in Queensland. This is the perfect partnership to help us raise awareness of the Foundation within our key market.”

The Foundation is also pleased to be charity partner at the 2017 Queensland Golf Industry Awards Night and PGA Trainee Graduation to be held at Jupiters Gold Coast on Tuesday, 21 March.

Money raised from the raffle at the event will be donated to the Foundation so if you are going along to the Awards night, please dig deep and support the Qld Golf Foundation.

Charity partnerships are important to the Qld Golf Foundation and we thank both the Gold Coast Challenge and the PGA (Qld) for their support.

Golf Queensland