TROPICAL GOLF DAY - LIMITED TEAMS STILL AVAILABLE
Donations for prizes and promotional bags are welcome. If you are able to assist in providing prizes and items for our guests with recognition for your organisation, please let us know!
The Energy Club NT Golf in the Tropics returns in 2019 proudly presented again this year by Greg Haigh and the team from RAM services.... it seems you can’t get enough rounds of golf during dry season in the tropics!
A Territory corporate golf day is a great opportunity to build relationships with clients and stakeholders or for your own team internally within your company. You don’t need to be a professional - it’s all about having fun and enjoying the networking opportunity with colleagues and peers from the energy industry.
Registration will open providing a welcome lunch for guests. Each player will receive a commemorative golf shirt on the day and a promotional bag filled with goodies and snacks to get you through a day on the course. Drinks buggies will also ensure that you don’t go thirsty with refreshments being provided throughout the day.
The competition for the day is a 9 hole Ambrose team event with a shotgun start. Special prizes will be up for grabs on the course including an opportunity to shine on the $15,000 Charity Hole-in-one competition.
Individual registrations are available. Please contact the Club for any individual enquiries and bookings: email@example.com
Each registration includes motorised buggies for ALL players and networking drinks, BBQ dinner and presentations prizes following play to recognise our winners. Raffle tickets will also be available to raise money for our selected charity giving guests the chance to win some great prizes if their golf isn’t the best!
Members $175 each - $700 team of 4
Non members - $210 each - $800 team of 4
Arrival lunch and registration starts from 1.00pm so plenty of time to get some work in early and come along to enjoy a social round of golf in the tropics.
The 2019 Energy Club NT Golf in the Tropics is proudly presented by: