RESIDENTS from the five star over-50s resort Seachange Village Arundel took part in the annual Seachange Golf Day held for the first time at the Emerald Lakes golf course.
Seachange project director Phil Goodman said the golf day was just one of the many activities and events Seachange Village Arundel offered over 50s seeking a vibrant, active healthy lifestyle.
“The event was a huge success with more than 100 people attending including Seachange residents, purchasers from the new Seachange Emerald Lakes and staff and suppliers,” he said.
“We were delighted to host the Seachange Golf Day this year, an event that helped bring together our residents and promoted our philosophy to nourish their minds, bodies and souls.”
The Ambrose competition began with a shotgun start and concluded with drinks, dinner and presentation of prizes at the Emerald Lakes clubhouse.
The event was also supported by local retailers and the ninth hole was sponsored by local Woolworths Carrara; with the store’s manager handing out bottled water and juice and fresh fruit.
St George Bank sponsored the 17th hole with the happy dragon mascot handing out gift bags.
Nearly $1,000 in gold coin donations were raised for Camp Quality, who were raising awareness for their Dash for Cash event happening on December 7.
Mr Goodman said the centrepiece of Seachange Arundel was the five-star country club that had something to suit everyone’s preferences.
It features a function room and bar, gymnasium, cinema, library, billiard room, computer room, workshop, art room, indoor heated lap pool, spa, sauna, large outdoor pool, lawn bowls and floodlit tennis courts.
Seachange is at 299 Napper Road, opposite the Arundel Plaza Shopping Centre, Arundel Plaza Medical Centre and Arundel Tavern.