Tin Can Bay Golf Ladies turn pink for the McGrath Foundation

The McGrath Foundation received a $2,000 donation from the Pink Golf Day.

The McGrath Foundation received a $2,000 donation from the Pink Golf Day.

“WOW” what an absolutely tremendous day! So much fun was had by all with players dressing in pink and decorating the buggies with pink ribbons, balloons and everything pink for the 2019 McGrath Foundation golf day at Tin Can Bay.

All our golf flags for the day turned to bras of all shapes and sizes. A few tricky obstacles were placed around the greens, especially when you had to tee-off with a cricket bat that weighed a ton, use a marshmallow to tee off with instead of your ball, or putt through a wall of feathers!

A big THANK YOU must go to all the businesses in Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach and also our members who purchased our Secret Roses or donated goods for our monster raffle.

We played the Pink Ball Game with our winners having 115 stableford points and they were Lyn Harris, Judy Hammond, Gayl Rose and Ros Wheeler.

Runners-up for the day were Desley Johns, Annette Hempenstall, Shirley Schaper and Viv Brown with 107 points.

Least amount of points with the Pink Ball were June Blanch, Di Oxton, Lis Bergmans and Sue Hawthorn.

Best Dressed for the day was Julie Mulhall and Di Oxton had the Best Decorated Buggy.

The day ended with many laughs and a well-deserved lunch.

At the end of the day the McGrath Foundation were the winners with a $2,000 donation from the ladies and the Country Club.