THINK PINK: Fred Lowe and Neil Shaw go all out in pink at the Bundaberg Golf Club for last year's event. Photo Contributed
THINK PINK: Fred Lowe and Neil Shaw go all out in pink at the Bundaberg Golf Club for last year's event. Photo Contributed Contributed

Play golf in pink this week at local club

THE Bundaberg Golf Club has turned pink, all in the name of supporting a great cause.

This week, the Pro Shop and greens staff will be donning pink uniforms while pink flags will fly high for the McGrath Foundation.

"Throughout the week players on the course have been asked to wear pink make a gold coin donation," committee member Sandra McLeod said.

On Saturday, the club will be hosting a Walk by Morning Tea at 10am under the outdoor area in front of the Pro Shop.

"The idea is for members to walk up, choose something yummy to eat, before they tee off or after they finish their round, and of course make a golf coin donation to a very worthy cause," Mrs McLeod said.

"So many families have been affected by Breast Cancer and other types of cancer, finding a cure would save lives and heartache."

"Together, no matter how big or small, we can make a difference."

To find out more information, phone the Bundaberg golf Club on 4151 6706



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