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Golf club chips in for flood victims

BROOKWATER Golf and Country Club will host former Australian cricket captain Allan Border and Mayor Paul Pisasale at a charity golf day next week to raise money for victims of the recent flood.

General manager Warren Seeto said the club was looking forward to having the opportunity to give back to the Ipswich community.

"We are extremely well supported by local people and organisations, so when the opportunity arose to return the favour, we jumped at it.

"It's going to be a great day and it's certainly a great cause, so we're urging businesses and individuals from across south-east Queensland to get involved," Mr Seeto said.

Places are open for both individuals and teams to register, and there are still opportunities for sponsorship packages on the day.

Entry for the March 8 event includes 18 holes of championship golf, shared electric carts, a barbecue lunch, great prizes including two flights to New Zealand flying Emirates and a charity auction.

For more information, phone Shahaad Suleman on 3814 5500 or email ssuleman@brookwatergolf.com.

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