Outback Emus Charity Golf Day

The Broken Hill Golf Course is set to be taken over by the Outback Emus for their annual Charity Fun Golf Day, scheduled for Sunday, October 8. The event is one of their pivotal fundraisers of the year, aiming to propel the next generation of local sports talent.

Formed in 1991, the Outback Emus have garnered significant community support over the years, raising nearly a quarter of a million dollars to champion junior athletes in the Broken Hill region.

A ticket priced at $50 promises participants not only a round of golf but also entry into two separate raffle draws, a barbecue during the event, and a light supper to round off the day. Beverages will be available on site, adding to the day’s festivities.

All are welcome – whether you’re a Tiger Woods, or don’t know your driver from your sand wedge. Participants are encouraged to get creative as prizes are up for grabs for the best-dressed team of the day.

The format for the day is a four-person Ambrose event, an ideal setup for golfers to not just compete but also have a delightful time. The event serves as an opportunity for the community to rally together, not just for sport but for a noble cause—fundraising for Broken Hill’s future superstars.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this worthy cause; head down to the Broken Hill Golf Club to swing, putt, and chip your way through an entertaining day that promises to be about much more than just the game.

“I think everyone knows what the Outback Emu’s are about. People are aware that every cent we raise goes back into the funds for the juniors in sport,” Outback Emu Steve Odgers told the Barrier Truth.

Tickets are available at the golf course. You can pre book or pay on the day.

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