On Monday 15 January 2024, 24 of Australia’s leading men and women golfers will pair up with a team of amateurs to win prize money and help assist the PK Community Foundation to support the most critical needs of the local Frankston community.
Featuring players such as Marcus Fraser, Wade Ormsby, Catherine Odgers, Stephanie Bunque, Matthew Millar, Andrew Martin, Matthew Griffin and Zach Murray. Full list of participants to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
To be played on PK’s COMPOSITE COURSE, available for the first time.
8:00am shotgun followed by a three course lunch.
$1,000 per person (includes a $500 tax deductible donation directly to the ACF).
For more information, please contact: email@example.com
03 9789 2222.
PK Composite Course Map
1N, 18S, 1S, 10S, 14S, 15S, 16S, 2N, 3N, 4N, 5N, 6N, 7N, 8N, 9N, 16N, 17N, 18N.
ABOUT THE PK FOUNDATION
The Peninsula Kingswood Community Foundation (PKCF) has been established to benefit and strengthen the community of greater Frankston for now and future generations.
Our Vision: PK contributes to a safe, healthy and thriving Frankston community where there is mutual support and respect.
Our Mission: The PK community responds to the most critical needs in education, health and welfare of the local Frankston community.
The PKCF wishes to respond to the Frankston community’s most critical social and economic needs. To do so effectively, it will focus its resources on targeted areas to maximise its impact.
PKCF Committee has been guided by the current Frankston City Council’s Health and Wellbeing Plan in the selection of key community initiatives to support.
Under this plan, the key community building outcomes are:
- Healthy community
- Stronger families
- Safer and stronger community
- Sustainable economy
- Learning community
- Sustainable environment