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Thursday 13 May 2010 | Published in Regional


This Saturday there will be a golf Ambrose fundraising effort at the Rarotonga Golf Club to assist its sister club in Aitutaki to renovate its club house which was damaged earlier this year by Cyclone Pat.

Former members of the Aitutaki Golf Club such asf Haimona Brown, Ned Howard, James Herman, Campbell Cecil, Daniel Webb and young Elmay Viking have all represented the Cook Islands at regional and international level high recognition from a tiny club situated on a small island in the Pacific.

The organising committee, made up of former members of the Aitutaki Golf club in association with the local Rarotonga Golf members, will be forming a team of six to enter the tournament with lots of sponsored prizes to win, including chilly bins of fish from Aitutaki and the major prize of six return airfares to Aitutaki for the winning net team of the day.

The well organised Aitutaki golf tournament has attracted a number of Rarotonga and NZ base players every year with great prizes, friendship, hospitality, fraternity atmosphere and it is only fit that the club finds funds to assist to renovate the club facilities in order to cater for the increased number of members participating in the tournament.

The committee is asking local businesses to register their team at the Rarotonga Golf Club from today till Saturday with playing times at 10am, 1pm and 3pm.

The earlier times will allow sporting members to play their game earlier to fit with other sporting activities in the afternoon such as the rugby league finals and netball.

For those that enjoy fish galore, there will be barbecued fish all day to fill your hungry stomach.