Otago Electrical Trades Golf Tournament

Otago Electrical Trades Golf Tournament

Otago Golf Club - Balmacewen
DATE:Friday the 27th September
TIME:12:00 pm Shotgun Start
FREE BBQ: From 11:00am
ENTRY FEE: S55.00 per player includes 5 raffle tickets
ENTRIES CLOSE:Friday 20th September
CONTACT: Mr H. Thomson - Phone: 0272244847

CONDITIONS:Tournament is open to all those who work in the Electrical Industry, retired members and associated trades.
A team of eight players will be selected for the National Tournament - Invercargill - November 3rd - 5th - 2019
Cheques payable to "Otago Electrical Trades Golf" may be sent to :
Mr H. Thomson
C/- Aotea Electrical
23 Macandrew Rd, South Dunedin, Dunedin 9012
Direct Debit:
03 0905 0166494-00 - Make sure name of entry identified in deposit details

Event Properties

Event Date 27-09-2019 11:00 am
Event End Date 27-09-2019 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 26-06-2019
Capacity 120
Available place 119
Cut off date 20-09-2019 5:00 pm
Individual Price NZD60.00
Location Balmacewen Golf Club
Attachment Otago Entry Form 2019.pdf

Venue Information - Balmacewen Golf Club

The historic Otago Golf Club, founded in 1871, has a solid membership and welcomes men, women and school-aged children.
The picturesque 18-hole layout is renowned as one of the top golf courses in the South Island. Its hilly terrain, quality fairways and greens will challenge all levels of golfer.
Other benefits of the Club include convenient quality practise facilities and a clubhouse with lounge, dining and bar areas. There is also a fully stocked and staffed Pro Shop attached to the clubhouse.
The clubhouse has elevated views over the golf course and is a popular venue for conferences, weddings, family and business functions – both large and small.
The Club is just 3km from the centre of Dunedin and has ample parking space.
Golfing greats at Balmacewen
Over the years, our galleries have been delighted by the skills of some of the game's great personalities:
Gene Sarazen
Arnold Palmer
Gary Player
Peter Thomson (winner of the NZ Open at Balmacewen in 1953 and 1971)
Bobby Locke

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