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ARPP Golf Day 2021: Friday 23rd April
April 23, 2021
The ARPP Golf Day for 2021 will be held on Friday 23rd April at Massey Park Golf Course, Ian Parade, Concord. The event is open to ARPP members and friends, to club and social golfers and to men and women golfers.
To give the best value for anyone wishing to play we have arranged for a social game option rather than the corporate rate. It’s $30.50 with a senior’s card, $25.50 with a pension card and $22 with a Massey Park member’s card. Payment should be made on the day at the pro-shop and should be made by card (no cash payments). Players are asked to bring $5 to be given to Maurie Bird to cover cost of golf ball prizes. (Exact money please to minimize cash handling). Lunch can be purchased from the club’s Family Brasserie. If any players require a golf cart they can contact the proshop on 97433737. Cost for carts is $40 ($30 for Massey Park members). Carts need to be booked at least a week prior to the day.
There will be a Single Stableford competition and a 2BBB competition.There will also be a nearest the pin hole. The ARPP Trophy will be awarded to the ARPP member with the best score. ARPP member players and non-ARPP players are all eligible to win the singles and 2BBB competitions.
Hit off times will be from 8.30am. All players should be at the course by 8.15am. We should all be finished by 1pm and we will then have lunch and presentations. The brasserie and bar are open from 11am.
Those who are intending to play please advise Maurie Bird on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0434148141 by Thursday 15th April. Confirmation of tee times required and lunch numbers need to be advised to the club at that time. Players with Golflink Handicaps should advise their golflink number when indicating their intention to play.
If you have a partner or group of four who’d like to play together, please list all names with their golf details. For non golf club members the maximum handicap is 24 for men and 36 for women.
Come along and enjoy the day.
Maurie Bird Organiser
Tom Croker President