Aim high for rhino security at annual golf day

The SANParks Project Watchdog beneficiaries at work. Photo: Lene Hansen

Warm up your golf clubs and sign up for SANParks tenth anniversary annual Golfing for Rhino Day at the Umhlali Country Club on Friday, September 15 from 10am.

Get your friends together and join the SANParks Honorary Rangers KZN region for a fun day on the green, while helping to raise money for the anti-poaching work.

SANParks regional management committee member, Lene Hansen said the funds raised this year will go specifically to the four paws who help protect the rhinos.

“We have decided to donate the proceeds from this year’s Golfing for Rhino Day to the SANParks anti-poaching K9 Unit called Project Watchdog again, as we did last year,” said Hansen.

If you are not a golfer, join in the day anyway as their famous Public Education and Awareness Project (PEAP) show trailer will be there with lots of information on the wildlife in local parks, and they will have a raffle with a fantastic first price – a brilliant weekend away well worth the raffle ticket price of R20 each or three for R50.

So join the worthy cause, get your friends together and book a 4-Ball Alliance with two scores to count at R400 per person or R1600 for a 4-Ball.

Book your spot or advertise your business through sponsoring a hole by contacting Honorary Ranger Ian Catt at 083 251 1358 or iancatt@telkomsa.net

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Elana Geist
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