PIMA (Plastics Industry Manufacturers of Australia) is the industry body representing member organisations and suppliers that process plastics & other polymer material in Australia.
Fri, 05 May|
Bankstown Golf Club
Annual Golf Day 2023
Its on again. The best golf day in the plastics industry.
Time & Location
05 May, 7:00 am
Bankstown Golf Club , 70 Ashford Avenue, Milperra. NSW
About the event
This year we are proud to be teaming up with AMTIL again for our Charity Golf Day. This is a great opportunity for our organisations to bring together it’s members and share a great day of golf.
AMTIL members are welcome to enter as a team or individuals as set out below.
Please organise your own team(s) of 4 but if you can’t organise a team, register yourself & we will try to place you in a team.
Club Rules – no exceptions! Golf shoes are required on course (non-metal & soft spikes) sports shoes, runners/joggers allowed – no touch football or cricket boots. Shirts must have a collar & sleeves. Tailored trousers or shorts. No denim. Dress to be neat & tidy at all times.
Please return the attached registration form by Monday 17th April 2023.
As the organisation of a day such as this is a huge job, please help by registering your support early, even if you cannot give player details.This helps us greatly with the running of the day.
Cost: Golf, light lunch, breakfast and drinks
Team of 4 $520.00 including GST (price includes shared electric Cart, weather pending)
Individual $140.00 including GST (price includes shared electric Cart, weather pending)
This year’s charity will again be the ‘Children’s Cancer Welfare Service Incorporated’, a registered charity staffed by volunteers (The Late Pat Primmer from PIMA was on this committee) who raise funds to support families affected by children with cancer. All the funds raised by them are distributed through organizations such as Westmead Hospital & Ronald McDonald House to give support to families who have come under financial pressure due to having a child suffering from this disease.
Further details regarding the ‘Children’s Cancer Welfare Service’ can be obtained by visiting their website www.childrenscancerws.org.au