Golf is gearing up to ensure that our elected representatives are doing their bit to support the game and its facilities at the local level.
Much of the urgent work needs to be carried out in regional areas, but some of Australia’s biggest cities also have courses that need help too.
Golf facilities are more than just places for playing golf. They are community hubs that include a place for weddings, birthdays, funeral wakes, family reunions, small business conferences and charitable events. The buildings at our community golf courses are invariably not private, but a place for everybody to use and enjoy appropriately.
Therefore, the people who benefit from investing in the facilities extend well and truly beyond those just using the golf course.
Community golf projects like the ones found at Merbein in the Mallee, Palmerston City in the NT, Robe in SA and Riverside in Tassie – these are great places for Australians to use in so many ways. But they need help. They need our elected representatives to Pitch In.
Learn more at http://www.pitchinforgolf.com.au