Early this week saw the tee off of the inaugural Breakfast Point Realty Charity Golf Day. From all accounts the day was a resounding success with a terrific roll up on the day to Concord Golf Club.

BPR team

It was an early start and the course was at its best with lush fairways and challenging quick greens. We had over 80 players tackle the course in an Ambrose Four ball format.

The weather was perfect and the competition was fierce. Any wonder when their name will be on the magnificent Waterford Crystal perpetual trophy.

rophy

We were also lucky to have Matt Laverty on board to coordinate the day and keep the field moving. The fabulous Sunny, who plays off +5, also kept the players on target playing some awesome shots.

sunny

On hand to keep the players hydrated were the BPR team providing drinks on course.

drinks

The day would not have been possible with out the support of our amazing sponsors. Thank you to Greg Miles of Land Rover Concord as the Platinum Sponsor who was first to jump on board to get the event off the ground.

landrover

The support of Jason Wright of Builders Steel Direct as our Gold Sponsor also made the event the success that it was.

Builders Steel

Following the golf tournament, we hosted a luncheon with over 100 guests attending. The atmosphere in the room was fabulous and our gust speaker Kerry O’Keeffe brought the house down. He also did a terrific job auctioning our fabulous items.

Special thanks to goes to Glyn Schofield who donated the silks worn my the Cox plate winning jockey and all other jockeys who competed. Concord Golf Club also provided a round of golf at the club.

glyn schofield

silks

Our hamper was also very well received, with vouchers from Olive Kitchen, Upper Crust Boulangerie, Provence & Art of Hair up for grabs.

We are also most thankful to Peter Dunne for the donation of his beautiful original watercolour painting of Darling Point which was hotly contented under the hammer.

The winning team on the day where Steve Robertson, Matt Robertson, Shannon Thomas & Phillip Milne with a scratch score of 9 under, off the stick was p under and a net score of 54 3/8.

winners

The runners up where Bob Stephenson, Jay Stephenson, Scott Spence and Greg Malouf.

runners up

The Longest Drive prize kindly sponsored by Paul Picone of Physio on Majors Bay was won by Matt Robertson with his prize being a $200 Red Balloon voucher.

The Nearest the pin was won by Jay Stephenson. His prize was sponsored by Deni Saupin of MatrixCNI and he took home a mini Ipad!

All in all the day was a huge success and we are pleased to have raised $5,805 for MS Australia!

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