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Guide Dogs Charity Golf Day

Date | Time
Fri 19 March, 2021
Location
RACV Royal Pines Resort Gold Coast, Ross Street, Benowa QLD, Australia

About the event

Guide Dogs Charity Golf Day banner featuring yellow labrador puppy laying on the grass wearing it's training coat. Banner features Kooralbyn Valley logo, Yong logo and white Guide Dogs logo. Text on image: Charity Golf Da supporting Guide Dogs, 19 Marcch 2021. 0755445903 or admin@thekooralbynvalley.vom.au

The Yong Foundation and Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley invite you to participate in our Charity Golf day fundraising event to support the benevolent work of Guide Dogs Queensland.

The Charity Golf day will be held at the spectacular Kooralbyn Valley National — QLD’s No.1 Resort Golf Course.

Join our MC, former Australian Cricketer Jeff “Thommo” Thomson for 18 holes of golf and a spectacular lunch including “Entrée in the Dark”, an opportunity to give guests a glimpse into what its like to live with vision loss.

You will get the chance to meet some adorable Guide Dogs in training, and the exciting opportunity to bid on and win some amazing prizes on the day including a $20,000 prize if you can score a hole in one! Plus for every participant, YONG Foundation will donate $50 to Guide Dogs Queensland.

Registration information:
Teams of four golfers: $320
Gold (2 teams): $600
Individual golfer: $80
Twin Share Accommodation: $170PP inc. GST

Become a sponsor:
To be a sponsor of The Kooralbyn Valley Charity Golf Day, register your interest with us today.
There are 4 levels of sponsorship (all signage at the sponsor’s cost):
$5, 000 Naming Right Sponsor
2 teams + Event naming right,
Hole in One sponsor signage at
Hole 5 & all media promotions

$1, 600 Gold Sponsor
2 teams + signage at 1 hole
& all media promotions

$500 Silver Sponsor
1 golfer + signage at 1 hole
& all media promotions

$300 Copper Sponsor
1 golfer + all media promotions



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