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Ballarat Men’s Mental Health 2023 Golf Day – Friday 10th November

Ballarat Men's Mental Health Golf Day
10th November, 2023

Our Ballarat Men’s Mental Health Golf Day is back again. Get your swing in order and make a booking. 

It will be held at the Ballarat Golf Club on Friday, November 10.

With a shotgun start from 1 pm, we’re expecting more than 100 male and female golfers to compete for the coveted “Gold Jacket”.

There’ll be nearest-the-pin and longest-drive opportunities as well. But it’s not all about fierce competition. It is a fun day of healthy sport to raise funds so we can provide the services across our community to the men who need them most.

To fuel up before you strike a blow there’ll be a barbecue beginning at 11 am. During the round, a drinks cart will be plying further refreshments to those in need. Bring yourself or come with a bunch of your buddies for a fun day out where there is sure to be much laughter, some utter golfing frustration and, perhaps, a bit of colourful language as the odd shot goes astray. Just don’t be surprised if you get ‘fined’!

The day will conclude with an after-function at the clubhouse commencing around 5.30-6.00 pm. Drinks will be at bar prices and delicious finger food will be supplied. There will be an auction, a wine wall for those looking to stock up their cellar and, of course, the prize presentation, including the Gold Jacket for the overall winner.

Come along and join us and be part of the change – it may help someone you love.

Afternoon Golf & After-Function
12:00pm to 6:30pm
Individual – $100
Group of 4 – $400
All tickets include a round of golf, BBQ lunch and a finger food after-party

A big thank you to our generous sponsors:

Totally Workwear
Andrew and Steve Byrne from BJT Legal
Allan Bros Jewellers
Korda Mentha
Aussie Oggie Pasty Co
Telstra Torquay
Gavin and Louise James
Justin McPherson
John Fox
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In order to become operational, BMMH urgently needs your help. 

Individual donations are tax deductible and will go directly towards our start-up costs and, then, our operations. 

No matter how large or small your contribution, you’ll know you will have helped Ballarat’s men to access vital mental health support.