The Deniliquin Golf Club's upgrades are continuing, and Friday night meals are back.November 9, 2012 4:18am
The Deniliquin Golf Club has a fresh look and could be the ideal venue for your next night out.
A fresh coat of paint inside and outside the club has it looking revitalised, with the help of a qualified interior designer.
And club president Kathy Simpson said it’s not the only improvement at the club in time for the busy summer period.
‘‘We’ve reintroduced Friday night meals, and the weekly meat raffle is now complemented by a Joker’s Wild draw.
‘‘Tonight it’s valued at $2000, and it jackpots by $100 each week it does not go off.
‘‘We have also had TAB facilities installed, and we’re not done yet.’’
Mrs Simpson said next on the improvement list for the club was to upgrade and modernise all the furnishings.
She said once that was finished, the club would look at improving the course.
The Joker’s Wild draw runs immediately following the meat raffle, and you must have tickets in the raffle to be eligible to win.
After all the meat trays are won, additional numbers will be called.
The holder of the winning number is invited to flip over a playing card set out on a table. The lucky person to turn over the Joker’s Wild card wins the cash.
The meat draw starts at 7.30pm each Friday night and the kitchen is open from 6.30pm for meals.
Catering at the club is provided by Heather Byron of Wildhorse Catering, who partnered with the club in December last year.
Mrs Simpson said with a rejuvenated look and a quality chef on staff, the golf club should be top of the list for anyone wanting to hold a private function.
‘‘There’s a fresh coat of paint in the function room, and the space opens up onto an outdoor area and barbecue area.
‘‘It’s family friendly and ideal for any function,’’ she said.
For more information about private functions or other club facilities, ring the Deniliquin Golf Club on 5881
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