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At 11am Friday July 9 participants in the 2021 Murwillumbah Golf Improvement Centre(MGIC) All Abilities Golf & NAIDOC Open Day, will be tee-ing off for a fun event at the Byangum Road course.

To celebrate diversity in golf and mark the beginning of NAIDOC week, MGIC, Empower Golf and Champion Mentor are hosting theinclusive community golf NAIDOC celebration.

From the Welcome to Country (11am) to the presentation and awards ceremony on the clubhouse deck, the days events include cultural entertainment and a BBQ, a ‘Come and Try Golf Clinic’, a popular class for people living with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability.

After lunch there will be a 9-hole Ambrose Golf and FlingGolf Tournament and a ‘Mindful Golf Clinic’ inviting people living with a psychological disability, acquired brain injury, or traumatic stress disorder.

There will also be a Jargums SNAG Golf Clinic for the kids with fun velcro targets, flags and modified equipment.

The All Abilities Golf & NAIDOC Open Day, 2021 is a not for profit event.

First time participants and those needing a ParaGolfer or other adaptive equipment must book through Ben Tullipan – [email protected] or  0432 090 887

For more information and the book a place to any of the workshops, visit: www.improvemygolf.com.au/events.


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