2017 SASA Western Cape Charity Golf Day

February 2017 News, Associations

The annual Security Association of South Africa (Western Cape) Charity Golf Day remains a prestigious event. The tenth golf day will be held at the Durbanville Golf Course on the 13th of March 2017. All proceeds will be donated to SASA charities – last year the organisation was able to donate R20 000 to the Bel Porto School.

The competition will be a 4 Ball Better Ball Alliance with two scores to count on all the holes. To ensure you book your place, responses are requested by 3rd March 2017. The field will be limited to 120 players and entries will be on a first come first served basis.

Each 4 ball will cost R3000 per team, and companies entering more than one 4 ball will be eligible for a discount.

Moreover, there are additional sponsorship opportunities. Companies can sponsor a green and tee at R1100, or one of the special holes at R1100 (nearest to the pin, longest drive, short hole) or one of the medium holes at R550. Additionally, other sponsorships are available, such as sponsoring prizes, donations, wet holes, the halfway house and more.

For more information or for entry forms, please contact Dave Waywell on +27 (0)21 448 6390 or [email protected], or John Hitchcock on +27 (0)82 801 9157.



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