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Ballarat Men’s Mental Health 2022 Golf Day – Friday 11th November

Ballarat Men's Mental Health Golf Day
11th November, 2022

Swing into Spring at our second Ballarat Men’s Mental Health (BMMH) Golf Day on Friday 11 November, to be held at the Ballarat Golf Club. Up to 200 keen golfers will vie for the coveted ‘Gold Jacket’ as they putt, drive and dribble their way across the course in aid of local mental health support.

With a shotgun start at 12 noon, participants can fuel up at a barbecue beginning at 11am. And, as 18 holes is definitely thirsty work, a drinks cart will sell drinks on-course to those in need. Come on your own or gather your buddies to have a fun day out where there is sure to be much laughter, a few tears and, dare we say it, a bit of colorful language as the odd shot goes astray. Just don’t be surprised if you get ‘fined’!

The day’s frivolities will continue at an after-function, to be held at Oscars, 18 Doveton Street, Ballarat Central, commencing around 5.30-6.00pm. Drinks will be at bar prices and delicious finger food will be supplied. There will be raffles, door prizes and trophies presented on the night, not to mention awarding of the coveted and prestigious Gold Jacket to the day’s ‘winners are grinners’ player. Come along and join us and be part of the change – it may help someone you love. 

Afternoon Golf – 12:00pm to 5:30 pm
Social Event – 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Afternoon Golf & Social Event – $100
Social Event – $50
Group of 4 – 
Afternoon Golf & Social Event – $400

A big thank you to our generous sponsors:

Andrew and Steve Byrne from BJT Legal
Adam and Clare Rasmussen from Racers Cafe
Haymes Paint Shop
Allan Bros Jewellers
Korda Mentha
Telstra Torquay
Gavin and Louise James
Messer and Opie

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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.