The ARHT Golf Day

Wainui Golf Golf & Function Center | 01 Jan - 01 Apr 2020

A great day out on course in support of the chopper. Golfers of all levels welcome!

 

On Friday the 1st November, our ever-popular annual ARHT Golf Day is making a much-anticipated return.

Join us for our 2019 event, as we head north of the Harbour Bridge to our welcoming new hosts at the Wainui Golf and Function Centre.

As always, our Event Sponsors - The Pallet Company will be ensuring each and every one of our supporters has a fantastic golfing experience.

On the event day, teams will be greeted at registration with a tasty BBQ breakfast, a roaming golf cart will then seek you out throughout the day to supply you with chilled beverages, followed by an on-course lunch and prepared dinner at the clubhouse.

Post tournament entertainment will include a prize giving hosted by Miles Davies. With a huge array of prizes, (sponsored by The Clubroom) and a number of featured auction items up for grabs, we will be looking to top our fundraising efforts last year and raise even more for Westpac Rescue - Auckland.

The annual ARHT Golf Day has the reputation of being a fantastic day out generating a fun and relaxed environment, the perfect event for hosting clients, getting together with colleagues or hanging with friends.

This event has limited spaces available and a number of teams have already been booked.

To register your team and help us raise funds for the Westpac Rescue - Auckland please email: arhtevents@arht.org.nz or call on 09 950 7261 as soon as possible - this event sells out quickly!

Interested in sponsorship of this event? A limited number of hole sponsorships are also available. Contact our events team for more information.

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