Hospice winner of golf day

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times

Harcourts Busselton and Cape to Cape Insurance Servicesheld their 15th annual fundraising golf day in aid of the Busselton Hospice on Friday, March 23.

About 130 people teed off at Busselton Golf Club for the Gail Kearney Memorial Golf Day, raising $33,000 for the Busselton Hospice care centre.

Organiser Neil Honey said the event had now raised more than $475,000 since its inception 15 years ago.

Phil Harris, Peter Snook, Nick Ferrero and Michael Hake came first on the day.

PICTURES:

Harcourts participated in the Gail Kearney Memorial Golf Day.
Camera IconHarcourts participated in the Gail Kearney Memorial Golf Day. Credit: Chloe Fraser
Casey Vincent and Michael Hake.
Camera IconCasey Vincent and Michael Hake. Credit: Pictures: Chloe Fraser, Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Theresa and Frank Rennie.
Camera IconTheresa and Frank Rennie. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Rhys Passmore, Trevor Flugge, Jason Beste and Cameron Goldsmith.
Camera IconRhys Passmore, Trevor Flugge, Jason Beste and Cameron Goldsmith. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.

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