Drive well, drive away
WANT a brand new Mahindra Pik Up ute?
All that is needed to be the new owner is the perfect drive on the fifth at the Warwick Golf Club tomorrow in the Warwick Trade Day.
Matthew Collins, of MBC Constructions, is organising the event to encourage trades people in Warwick to enjoy a social day of golf and raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.
"A lot of the tradies know women who have suffered from breast cancer," Collins said.
"We want the tradies from all sections of the industry together for a day.
"Some of our suppliers will also be playing.
"Years ago, there was an annual Trade Day at the Warwick Golf Club which was organised by people outside Warwick and I want to see this day again become an annual event."
The event is a four-ball ambrose with hit-off times available between 10.45am and 1pm.
David Cassels, of Graeme Collins Mitsubishi, has a black Mahindra Pik Ute worth $34,500 up for grabs for any player who hits a hole-in-one on the fifth.
McGrath Foundation pink shirts are on sale from the MBC Constructions office at 129 McEvoy St or on the day, with money raised from shirt sales going to the fundraising effort.
Bookings for teams or individuals at the pro shop on 46614336.
Members to tee off
IT will be four or five days of golf in nine days for some of the members of the Warwick Golf Club, who are expected to play in the Warwick Trade Day tomorrow.
Like all charity events at the club, the members boost the fund-raising efforts.
Last weekend, Steve Gander (A), Peter 'Charlie' Morrison (B), Neil Carney (C) and Don Warrener (veterans) won the annual championships.
Where: Warwick Golf Club
What: Four-ball ambrose for McGrath Foundation
Bookings at pro shop on 46614336.