Sunflower Golf Day coming up

2017-07-04 06:01
Photo: suppliedDavid Hensey, Sam Daykin, Andrew Church, Stephanie Berry, Chris Tyson, Annelien Meintjes and Vince Pienaar.

Photo: suppliedDavid Hensey, Sam Daykin, Andrew Church, Stephanie Berry, Chris Tyson, Annelien Meintjes and Vince Pienaar.

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THE 12th annual Sunflower Fund Golf Day, which has enjoyed ongoing sponsorship from Rodel Financial Services and Tyson Properties and sees new support this year from Sanlam Private Wealth and Pienaar Pretorius, is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 25 at Durban Country Club.

The cost per 4 ball is R2 500 with the format of 4 ball alliance, two scores to count and the top 20 teams receive a prize.

A wheel barrow of golfers “favourites” will be the main raffle prize and would gratefully welcome the sponsorship of beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and snacks (biltong, crisps, chocolates, nuts).

To book a 4 ball or sponsor a teebox, a 4ball prize and goodie bag items, contact Stephanie Berry on 078 207 9041 or email steph@sunflowerfund.org.za

The event aims to raise funds and awareness for The Sunflower Fund whose role is to educate and register more blood stem cell donors to give hope of life to patients suffering from life-threatening chronic blood disorders like leukaemia.

Thank you to Rodel Financial Services, Tyson Properties, Sanlam Private Wealth and Pienaar Pretorius for their sponsorship. For more information on becoming a blood stem cell donor, phone 0800 12 1082 or visit www.sunflowerfund.org.za - Supplied

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