It's time again for the ABF's much anticipated annual 'Crazy Golf Day'! This year, the golf day is themed 'Alice in Wonderland' and takes place on the 3 November 2009 at Kyalami Country Club. Bookings are open now.
With the majority of us being all 'soccered' out, it's time to dust of the golf clubs and play a round for a worthy cause. The ABF's 2010 Alice in Wonderland Golf Day theme brings with it fabulous creative opportunities for players to invent weird and wonderful hats to wear on the day and get into the spirit.
The Crazy Golf Day is renowned for its fun, entertainment and great prizes for the best dressed four ball, again bringing to players unbeatable deals on media space, airtime, holiday packages and much more.
Giles Shepherd, ABF President comments, "Each year the ABF Crazy Golf Day is a sell-out and we're confident that the 2010 golf day will be no different. We encourage players to rise to the occasion and dress up to the Alice in Wonderland theme. Companies sponsoring holes will be required to 'go crazy' and dress up their chosen green."
Four balls cost R2800, including green fees, dinner and an annual membership to the ABF. Caddies and carts are for player's own accounts. Hole sponsorship is free of charge, provided the company provides snacks, drinks and a themed activity at the hole. To participate in each activity, players will be encouraged to donate R2.50 to the ABF.
Various sponsor packages are available and companies are invited to provide anything for the auction. Additional dinner tickets are available at R80 each - friends, colleagues and associates welcome.
To confirm your four balls, sponsorships or need assistance in organising a hole activity, please contact Sharlene on or 083 452 6191.
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Sounds like fun. Chaotic, mental, suicidal even, but definitely fun.