Thank you to the Everglades Country Club – fundraiser for Mary Mac’s

February 26, 2018


Mary Mac’s Place provides social, community and friendship opportunities for men, women and families, young people, elderly people and anyone facing difficulties in their lives. Homeless or transient people can pop in for a meal and to shower and wash their clothes.

On Friday 16 February 2018, Everglades Country Club Woy Woy hosted a Charity Golf Day on behalf of Clubs NSW – a fundraiser which had Mary Mac’s Place and Invictus Games Veterans Program as the beneficiaries. Mary Mac’s received $8000 which was absolutely incredible!

A big thank you to the sponsors of the event:

  • Bella Group Services
  • Central Coast Leagues Club
  • Easts Group
  • EBET
  • Ettalong Diggers
  • Gosford RSL
  • Sharp DS Central Coast.


The beautiful Everglades course saw 31 teams (124 people) playing 18 holes. In addition to the fundraising registration fee, the generosity of the players for the ‘Closest to the Pin’ and ‘Pro Long Shot’ was very much appreciated.

A heartfelt thank goes to Sam Higgins from Everglades who organised the day. Also a big shout out to Kevin, Susan and Sean for volunteering on behalf of Mary Mac’s on the day.

Mary Mac’s is located at the Ethel Cox Centre, 100 Blackwall Road, Woy Woy.


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