South Coast Realty and Northpoint Fleurieu join forces to fight Breast Cancer

SHOT FOR A CAR: At Northpoint Fleurieu are Tu Clarke, managing director Robert Hoey, South Coast Realty's Rob Heaslip and Derek McIlroy.
SHOT FOR A CAR: At Northpoint Fleurieu are Tu Clarke, managing director Robert Hoey, South Coast Realty's Rob Heaslip and Derek McIlroy.

South Coast Realty will host its second annual golf day at the Yankalilla Golf Club on Friday, September 21 with proceeds going to breast cancer research.

The popular local real estate company has joined forces with Northpoint Fleurieu to offer a special prize for their second annual golf day, which should have golfers and even hackers all lining up to take part.  

There will be a hole-in-one prize of a car, which is valued at $26,000, courtesy of Northpoint Fleurieu.

Cost for the day is $35 per person, or $120 for four, with $10 from each player registered donated to breast cancer research. 

It is advised for players to arrive at 9.30am for a shotgun start at 10am for 18 holes of an ambrose competition.

There will be food and refreshments on course and every player will receive a prize, plus there will be longest drive and nearest to the pin rewards on the day.

Organiser Rob Heaslip, from South Coast Realty, said there were not too many golf games people could go to and have the chance to win a car.

“This is a great opportunity for all golfers to come along to Yankalilla Golf Club on Friday, September 21, play a game of golf, support the fight against Breast Cancer and possibly drive home in a new car. What a day you could have,” Mr Heaslip said.

For more information or to book a place on the course contact Rob Heaslip at rob.heaslip@screalty.com.au by September 14. Rob Heaslip, of South Coast Realty, has been a major instigator of raising funds for many worthwhile causes within the Fleurieu community. 

Along with the Hotel Grosvenor’s Andrew Hill and Derek McIlroy they have raised thousands of dollars for those in need. 

Comments