Our second annual Seachange Golf Day Challenge has been heralded a ‘hole in one’ with more than 100 residents attending the popular sporting and social event. Residents from both communities had the opportunity to socialise and play with their neighbours, Seachange staff and local business supporters.
The Ambrose competition began at 12.30pm with a shotgun start. Teams enjoyed bottle water, juice and fresh fruit throughout the day from Woolworths Carrara. The event concluded with drinks, dinner and presentation of prizes at the Clubhouse.
Seachange Arundel was declared the overall winner with 924.5 points and Emerald Lakes Golf Club was the runner up with 1011 points.
The winning team achieved 55 points and was comprised of Kevin Seers, John Davies, Rick Ninness and Peter Bayada.
The second place team on 66.5 points was Phil Goodman, Dean Wiltshire, John McCann and Matt Langmack.
Last place on 88 points was Bob and Jenny Parmenter and John and Helen Dean.
Seachange Arundel Project Director Phil Goodman said the event helped bring together residents and invigorate their minds, bodies and souls.
“We look forward to holding the third annual event next year,” he said.
All proceeds from the day went to the Fred Hollows Foundation.