Ingham Institute Charity Golf Day
Enjoy a great day of golf whilst raising money for cancer research.
The Ingham Institute Charity Annual Golf day is held in memoriam of former CEO Michael Skegg who unfortunately lost his battle with bowel cancer in 2012. This event has now been held in conjunction with the Green Industries Group and Ingham Institute as the beneficiary for three consecutive years & a generous $30k has been raised.
In 2017 the focus will again be on Cancer so our dedicated researchers can continue to find better ways to treat health conditions affecting South West Sydney and beyond.
Cancer research at the Institute includes looking at CTC (circulating tumour cells) through the Institute’s new Zeiss 3D Electron Microscope, christened Merlin, to identify and map DNA of a cancer cells. Merlin is one of the world's most advanced pieces of equipment and the only one in Australia dedicated to finding out how to stop cancer spreading in the body.
The goal of our CTC research is to create a blood test that will provide doctors with early warning of cancer spreading in the body.The organising committee who has members from NGINA, LNA and the Institute are in full swing organising the 2017 event to be held at Twin Creeks Lakeside Golf & Country Club, Luddenham on Friday 7th April, 2017. We are planning for even more surprises this year to keep the competition fierce.
Player registration is only $135 and includes Green Fees, Shared Golf Cart, Breakfast and a Buffet Lunch.
Package includes: 4 player registrations plus,Your logo displayed on the Visage mobile GPS. Every
golf cart at Twin Creeks has this display and the
ability to show you logo at the tee & on the fairway.Your company banner on display throughout lunch. Pre & post event publicity and acknowledgement during lunch presentation.
Golf Day Backs Cancer Research with a Smile
If there was one word to describe this year's charity golf day, it was fun. From the moment golfers arrived there were smiles all round which continued throughout the day. A warm sunny day always helps, but it's hard to beat a friendly welcome from NGINA and Ingham Institute staff, a hospitable greeting from Stonecutter's Ridge Golf Club staff and a well organised venue.