Tee-up for virtual golf challenge

Published 5:00pm 13 June 2022

Tee-up for virtual golf challenge
Words by Nick Crockford

Entries are now being taken for the first Caboolture Made Virtual Corporate Golf Challenge

The four-week tournament tees-off on Wednesday at Play It Central, in Sports Central Caboolture, Hasking St, Caboolture.

It is an opportunity for the business community to get together, network and have some fun.

Challenges

Ben Connors, Venue Manager at Play It Central, said the competition would be open to players of all abilities.

“This is a very good concept and it will not be for big hitters,” he said, “there will be challenges such as hitting targets and chipping.

“We’re a community club and this is a chance for people to see our facilities. Perhaps use this as a meeting place.

“We are right in the middle of the CBD and supporting the Caboolture Made brand.”

Caboolture Made showcases the success of businesses in this region by sharing on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn as well as Moreton Daily News, 101.5FM and Hot91.

Business teams of four will be given challenges, such as hitting targets and chipping drills, using the virtual golf game systems at the venue.

How to enter

Tickets are $60 per team which includes a drink on arrival and bar snacks.

Businesses are allocated one session of their choice during the four weeks. Three businesses will compete in each session, six per week and 24 in total. There will be prizes each week.

For further details and to enter, click here.

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