‘Sunflowers’, green grass and golf

2015-06-24 06:00
PHOTO: Howard Cleland

Ready for the Sunflower Golf Day (from left) Stefan Terblanche, Peter Caley, Kenwyn Geyser and Brendon Meintjes.

PHOTO: Howard Cleland Ready for the Sunflower Golf Day (from left) Stefan Terblanche, Peter Caley, Kenwyn Geyser and Brendon Meintjes.

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THE Sunflower Fund and Land Rover are hosting the second annual Sunflower Fund Golf Day at The Victoria Country Club on Friday, 17 July.

Stefan Terblanche, former Springbok rugby player, will be donning his golf shirt and flying The Sunflower Fund’s flag at this prestigious celebrity event and challenges all golfers, rugby and 4x4 fans to play a round of golf to help raise funds for a worthy cause.

The format is a scramble drive, max five drives per player, two scores to count on every hole. To be part of this event companies, colleagues and associates can get together and enter a four ball at a cost of R1 800. Companies can also sponsor four ball prizes, goodie bag items and spots on the greens and tees.

The event aims to raise money for The Sunflower Fund whose sole purpose is to educate and recruit potential bone marrow stem cell donors for inclusion on the South African Bone Marrow Registry.

The more donors on the registry the more hope leukaemia patients and others with life-threatening blood disorders have of finding their 1:100 000 life-saving donor match.

For more information or to book, e-mail Kenwyn Geyser on kenwyn@sunflowerfund.org.za

For more information on The Sunflower Fund visit www.sunflowerfund.org.za or call toll-free 0800 12 1082.

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