March 2nd will mark this years Kyabram and District Trader's annual Golf DayFebruary 19, 2014 4:10am
Sunday, March 2 marks the ninth year the Kyabram and District Trader’s Golf Day will be at Kyabram Valley View Golf and Bowls Club.
This event is an opportunity for Kyabram and district traders and businesses to promote their business, products and services while enjoying a friendly game of golf. As in the past, the support from the local traders is strong.
Trader’s Day is open to anyone who wishes to participate. There will be men’s and ladies events for both handicap and non-handicap golfers.
Kyabram Tyre Service is sponsoring a hole-in-one competition with one set of tyres valued at $540 up for grabs.
Club president Barry Prideaux said he offered an open invitation for everyone to come and enjoy the golf facilities at Valley View.
The cost is $15 per head to play and includes a barbecue that runs throughout the day. Assembly is at 9.30
Refreshments will be available to buy and there are novelty events throughout the day.
For more information, phone Mr Prideaux on 0458
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