ASGA to host golf day in QLD and WA in October

The Australian Sign and Graphics Association (ASGA) is hosting a golf day in Queensland and Western Australia on October 12 and October 21 respectively.

The Queensland event will take place at the Brookwater Golf and Country Club at 7am.

Details of the QLD event are as follows:

  • 7.00am: Registration and breakfast
  • 8.00am: Shotgun start
  • 12.30pm: Seated lunch and prize presentations

The cost is $150 (inc GST) per player, and includes breakfast, motorised cart, after golf presentations and buffet lunch.

As for the event in WA, on 21 October, it will take place at the Wembley Golf Club and will commence at 11am.

Details of the WA event are as follows:

  • 11.00am: Registration
  • 12.00pm: Shotgun start
  • 5.30pm: BBQ buffet, drinks and prize presentations

The cost for the WA event is $170 including GST per player, and is inclusive of the motorised cart, two free drinks, BBQ buffet, and after golf presentations.

“A fantastic day to be spent with your staff, clients, friends and family. Make a morning of it and network with your industry and suppliers,” ASGA said.

“The competition will be run in an Ambrose format: a team game in which every player hits the ball then all play their next shot from that location. Each team member must hit two drives. A very social and fun event.”

Registrations close on 5 October and can be made through the ASGA’s website.

The ASGA will also soon host the ASGA and FESPA HP Awards for Excellence, on October 1, 2021 with the location to be advised after the original date had to be moved due to uncertainty caused by COVID lockdowns.

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