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BMI Golf Day Fundraiser

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Event description

9 holes of golf followed by lunch, an auction, and presentations, with the option to play another 9 holes of golf and enjoy daylight saving on the picturesque golf course,

This is a fundraising day for BMI and an opportunity to reward your people with a fun day out, all while raising funds for the Ballaarat Mechanics' Institute.

All gender teams are welcome, and all abilities and experience levels are catered for!

Schedule of 9-hole Ambrose Event
– registration
 – shotgun start
 – drinks
 – 2-course lunch included
 – Fundraising auction
 – Award presentations (including City Golf vouchers for the winners)

Ways to be involved


Sponsor a hole ($1,200 per hole)Includes entry of 4 players in the 9-hole Ambrose event
Advertise your business at the hole
Distribute your information pack
Drinks available on the day
A 2 course sit-down lunch
Networking opportunities
Recognition at the presentation
Register as a player ($100 per player)Entry into the 9-hole Ambrose event
Drinks available on the day
A 2 course sit-down lunch
Networking opportunities

What is an Ambrose event?
The Ambrose format is very popular as it allows all standards of golfers to mix and play together with equal enjoyment, irrespective of ability. It also helps to promote teamwork as one score is recorded per hole and generally minimises the amount of time looking for lost balls.

Each player hits off the tee, the best shot is selected and all other players pick up their ball and place it, within one handspan, alongside the best ball. Each person then hits a second shot from the same spot. The best shot is again selected. This continues until the ball is in the hole. On the putting green the best ball is marked and the other balls are played from this position. One score is thus recorded on each hole. This is the sum of the best shots used throughout the hole.

This event is supported by Haymes Paint

This event takes place on Wadawurrung Country. The Ballaarat Mechanics' Institute acknowledges the Wadawurrung People of the Kulin Nation as the first inhabitants and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we work, learn and create. Always Was, Always Will Be, Aboriginal Land.

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