THE Callaway Golf Corporate Challenge was successfully held at Shelly Beach Golf Club on Friday 27th July with some outstanding golf played while players watched whales breeching at the spectacular Shelly Beach Golf Club.
The event was an overwhelming success with some excellent results recorded on the day. The players had a shotgun start at 8.00am, enjoying fresh start to the morning on the stunning Shelly Beach layout.
The final results were extremely close with the team from Mobility 2 You winning the event by a narrow margin.
Emily Burgess-Moore the Central Coast Academy of Sport Event Manager was thrilled with how the day played out, saying: “What a spectacular location to spend our Friday. A huge thank you to all the participants for another great round of friendly golf with some great shots recorded on the day. We look forward every year to getting on the golf course with all our loyal supporters. A huge thank you to Nathan Lambert, Territory Manager NSW – Callaway Golf South Pacific Pty Ltd for being with us on the day. We couldn’t run such a successful day without the support of Callaway Golf. Our thanks also to the team at Shelly Beach Golf Club for delivering a hugely successful day.”
The Academy of Sport congratulates the following teams on the outstanding scores. Results on the day were as follows:
1st Mobility 2 You Stroke score -6 Net Result 56.37
2nd Central Coast Granite Stroke score -7 Net Result 57.80
3rd Ocean Beach Kitchens Stroke score -5 Net Result 57.85
NTP 9th Hole Todd Olynik (Mobility 2 You)
NTP 10th Hole Chris Setchel (Mobility 2 You)
Longest Drive Tim Knight (JNJG)
The Callaway Golf Corporate Day was proudly supported by; Callaway, Shelly Beach Golf Club, Central Coast Granite, Southern Cross Austereo (Sea FM and 2GO) and the Central Coast Academy of Sport.
The Central Coast Academy of Sports would like to thank and acknowledge the support received from the following Business Partners:
NSW Government, The University of Newcastle, Mingara Recreation Club, Greater Bank, NBN Television, Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Oddball Marketing, Central Coast Council.