ABF Crazy Golf Day - Zombie fourball bookings now open

The ABF is due to host one of their bigger fundraising events - The Crazy Golf Day - on the 12th November at Kyalami Golf Course.
"The Crazy Golf day is one of the biggest golf days that the ABF hosts," says Sharlene Vallance of the ABF. "It's almost an institution that has been happening for about 23 years. Each year a theme is chosen for the golf day which encourages participants to dress up and allows hole sponsors to decorate their areas accordingly."

This year the theme is Zombies which are very fashionable at the moment. The best spirited fourball walks away with the famous 'purple' trophy.

"It is well known that the best hole sponsor gets the time honoured floating trophy to display for a year. We have had very close competitions for it in the past," she says.

Fourballs cost R2800 which includes green fees, dinner and prize-giving.

According to Vallance, there are several sponsorship opportunities available, and as always individual hole sponsors are required. There is no fee to sponsor a hole, the company simply has to adhere to the theme and the rules of the game. This year preference will be given to those who take hole sponsorships when confirming their fourball bookings.

The ABF is appealing for the sponsorship of a band to play after prize-giving. "A sponsorship of R8000 is required to secure a good band," says Sharlene.

The site http://top-form-fitness.com/fitness-blog/zombie-survival-training/ goes into detail on how to train to survive the Zombie Apocalypse - this is recommended as vital reading to ensure that all your bases are covered during the golf day.

The ABF Facebook page - www.facebook.com/ABFSA will have regular information on the golf day as well as any other upcoming events on the ABF calendar. Please contact for any further details.


ABF DNA
The ABF is a non-profit organisation helping those in the advertising, media and allied industries that have fallen on hard times. Amongst its many contributions, the ABF, in conjunction with Lifeline, has a dedicated 24/7 call centre line for people in the Advertising, Media and related industries who need counselling or treatment for stress, HIV/AIDS and substance abuse problems. The ABF also provides study in the field to deserving, underprivileged students with institutions the AAA.

26 Aug 2013 09:55

<<Back





Comment