Macquarie Marsupial Masters Golf Tournament

The third annual Macquarie Marsupial Masters Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at the prestigious Creek Golf Club, Long Island.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Join

To take part in the Macquarie Marsupial Masters Golf Tournament please click here to review the list of sponsorship opportunities.  Alternatively contact Georgina Duckworth at gduckworth@friendsofaustralianwildlife.org.  Please note that team spots are limited and are available on a first come, first serve basis.  

 

Golf Course Information

Shotgun start at 11.00am.  All golfers must wear shoes with non-metal spikes. USGA and local rules apply to all guests. Dress should be appropriate to a country club atmosphere. No blue jeans, t-shirts, bathing suits, tennis shorts or skirts. Shorts of Bermuda length are allowed. All shirts must have a collar and must be worn at all times. Women are allowed to wear a shirt without a collar or a sleeveless shirt but may not wear a shirt without sleeves and a collar.

 

 

Schedule Of Activities

10:00 am Registration, brunch, practice range opens

11:00 am Shotgun start - 18 hole – 2 Best Ball of the Foursome

4:00  pm Cocktails, Aussie BBQ, live auction, awards presentation

 

Golf Course Competition

  • Best Foursome (gross)

  • Best Foursome (net)

  • Longest Drive

  • Closest-to-the-pin

  • Hole In One

  • Beat the Sheilas

  • The John Daly prize for the loudest trousers

2015 Golf Chair

Stephen Lessing, Jr. (Aqueduct Capital Group, LLC)

 

2015 Golf Committee

Peter Graves (Japan Invest Inc.)

Christopher Blackadder (Scott Brownrigg)

Nick Butcher (Macquarie)

Jim Galowski (Apollo Global Management)

Simon Speak (Haworth)

 

2015 Corporate Sponsors
 

 


 

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