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Tee off to help secure future of the region's BUSHkids

Emily Hetherington (BUSHkids), Astrid Turner (Pro Shop) and Rebecca Wright (BUSHkids) with some of the items up for auction at this year’s charity golf event.
Emily Hetherington (BUSHkids), Astrid Turner (Pro Shop) and Rebecca Wright (BUSHkids) with some of the items up for auction at this year’s charity golf event. Erin Smith

THE annual BUSHkids Warwick Golf Day is fast approaching and with all proceeds being used to support the BUSHkids in the local community, there is no better reason to pull out the golf clubs.

There is still time to enter the fourball Ambrose event. You'll just need four players per team.

The event will tee off this Sunday at the Warwick Golf Club.

Prizes will be awarded for best net and runner-up, best gross and runner up and the wooden spoon.

There will also be prizes for the best-dressed.

Rebecca Wright of BUSHkids said there was plenty of great memorabilia up for grabs in the auction as well.

"We have a signed Donald Bradman bat, signed Peter Brock shirt, tennis items, horse racing memorabilia and much more," she said.

"The auction will start about 4pm after the golf action is finished."

To register a team phone the Warwick Golf Club Pro Shop on 46613664 and they will allocate your tee-off time.

Tickets are $15 per person for members and $25 for non-members.

For further details visit the website at bushkids.org.au.

Topics:  charity, community, warwick golf club




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