Well – fair to say once again the gods smiled upon us and Castle Hill Country Club for yet another stunning Sydney day. This positive theme is one that we witnessed throughout the build up to the event which eclipsed last year's inaugural one, both in terms of the diversity of sponsorship and participants, but also in relation to funds raised for Diabetes Kids Fund. A massive thank you to everyone who took part, whether they were a sponsor, a guest, or a company that donated auction items and prizes. The feedback from all involved was overwhelmingly positive and we very much look forward to making this event a permanent fixture on the corporate charity events calendar.

The collective challenge is to ensure that this is the most diverse and inclusive golf event for Odgers Berndtson that covers gender, age, ethnicity and not forgetting ability.

 

Click here to view a full gallery of photos from the event, or here to see the video of competitors teeing off.

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