GOLFERS of all ages and abilities will be able to take their best shot at a million dollar hole-in-one at an Australia-wide amateur charity golf competition to be held in June 2015.
Take a Stroke for Stroke is the brainchild of Gary Begg, a professional golfer who says the event combines his passion for golf with his drive to raise money for charity.
“This event is all about getting people to get out and have a go on the golf course and importantly raise awareness about strokes and what they can do,” Begg says.
“This is the first event of its kind in Australia, offering participants the opportunity to take a shot at a million dollar hole in one at the National Final on the New South Wales Central Coast.
“Golfers all around the country, can enter the first-stage of the competition via a gold coin donation at their local participating golf club or driving range.
“I encourage all golf clubs and golfers interested in being a part of this Australian first event to get involved.”
The first stage of Take a Stroke for Stroke will be held at participating golf clubs around the country starting on June 1st. The National Final will be staged at Mercure Kooindah Waters on the Central Coast of New South Wales, where participants will have the chance to shoot for a million dollar hole-in-one. in December.
As an inclusion to the million dollar hole-in-one, entrants will be in the running to take home $1.5 million in prizes including one of 150 sets of premium Wilson clubs just for a NTP.
A portion of the proceeds raised from the first stage of the competition will be donated to the National Stroke Foundation.
The event is supported by Mercure Kooindah Waters Resort ,Accor Hotels,Inside Golf, Wyong Shire Council,Wilson Staff Golf,Australian Golf Writers Association,Tom Tom GPS products Great West Stud and The event is approved under Amateur Rules by Golf Australia.
For more information about the event and how you can register your interest visit Take a Stroke for Stroke