With the support of the PGA of Australia and Golf Australia, our #DoingItForJarrod fundraising campaign will be happening again in 2020 during OCTOBER and NOVEMBER, and will culminate once again with Yellow Day festivities on Friday 4 December at the 2020 Australian PGA Championship.
Every golf club around Australia is officially invited to join this collaborative campaign and help raise funds for Jarrod’s Gift – the legacy created by Challenge in honour of Jarrod Lyle.
The campaign is very straightforward: simply allocate one members’ day in October or November to become your club’s #DoingItForJarrod day, and collect a gold coin from every player.
Every golf club that registers will receive a special pack that includes:
- An A3 poster to help advertise your event date
- A yellow #DoingItForJarrod pin flag (this year with #2 included in the design)
- A black Titleist cap with yellow embroidery for the organiser
- A Titleist prize pack with a sleeve of yellow Titleist golf balls and a black Titleist towel OR Titleist valuables pouch
- 5 special Yellow Tickets that allow the bearer to attend any one day of the 2020 Australian PGA Championship, to be held at Royal Queensland Golf Club from 3-6 December 2020
Every club will also go in the Major Prize Draw to WIN one of three all-expenses-paid experiences to Brisbane to play in the 2020 Australian PGA Championship Pro-Am at Royal Queensland Golf Club, and the name of each club will be included on the PGA of Australia’s #DoingItForJarrod Honour Board.
- To be eligible for the Major Prize Draw, clubs must complete a #DoingItForJarrod registration form by 30 September 2020 and must nominate a date between 1 October 2020 and 30 November 2020 to hold your event.
- The Major Prize will be drawn on 12 October 2020 with three clubs in total to be chosen at random and the winners to be contacted directly by Challenge.
- The Major Prize includes return economy class airfares to Brisbane from an Australian capital city, a standard twin share room, airport transfers to and from the accommodation, General Admission access to the golf, and an amateur playing spot in the 2020 Australian PGA Championship Pro-Am to be held at Royal Queensland Golf Club on Wednesday 2 December.
- Any food, beverages or other expenses outside that included in the pro-am is at the expense of the guest.
- The prize, or any unused portion of the prize, is not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.
- If spectators are not allowed on-course for the 2020 Australian PGA Championship and/or the pro-am does not proceed as planned, the Major Prize will be rolled over to 2021 and the winners will be offered the same inclusions as listed above.