8th Daddo Charity Golf Day returns to Moonah Links

There’ll be lots of Daddo’s around at the annual Independence Australia golf day

THEY reckon Daddo’s are completely harmless but I’m not so sure. Would you let your daughter marry one?

You’ll get a chance to see a whole lot of Daddo’s in action and come to your own conclusions this November at the Moonah Links Golf Course.

The 8th Daddo Charity Golf Day returns to the fabulous Moonah Links layout on the Mornington Peninsula for what is one of the largest annual fundraising events for Independence Australia.

The not-for-profit organisation supports people with a disability or other physical need to regain, retain and extend their independence.

The Daddo family became involved with the charity after being personally touched by disability. Jamie Daddo was involved in a road accident, resulting in serious injury that now has him confined to a wheelchair.

With the support of the Daddo family, the annual charity golf day is one not to be missed. There’s a highly enjoyable round of golf at a great course, lots of prizes for things like longest drive and nearest the pin, the famous silent auction, winning teams, numerous activities around both courses and a delicious brunch and dinner spread.

For entry and other details just go to the Independence Australia website.

Event:  Daddo Charity Golf Day 2012

When:  Friday 23 November

Where: Moonah Links Golf Course

(55 Peter Thomson Drive, Fingal VIC 3939)

Prices: Single player registration $250

Team registration (4 players) $1,000

Website:  www.independenceaustralia.com

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