Pink Texas Fourball - McGrath Day 2014. The Kiama Lady Veterans promoted a Pink Texas Fourball on July 12 in aid of The McGrath Foundation. Members and visitors supported the day with 198 players taking to the fairways and supporting the raffle held for the event.

Many teams dressed in pink vying for the best-dressed pink team that was won by the Burgess family from Sydney. The amount raised for the McGrath Foundation was $ 3,161, a great result!. Thank you to all the members and visitors who supported the golf day and to the many social members who supported the raffle.


KIAMA residents are again being urged to “stand their ground” when it comes to feeling comfortable with their own decisions surrounding not drinking or providing alcohol to young people.

The Kiama Stop Underage Drinking Project has updated their campaign with new posters, while utilising their website and social media to help bridge the gap between perception and reality with regard to views on underage drinking.  

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The Kiama Golf Club hosts golf days in support of sporting organizations and charity groups that use the course for fund raising events. The sporting groups include the local rugby, rugby league, netball, cricket, soccer and surf clubs.

The Kiama Golf Club contributes to the local community providing financial and much needed resources to many local organisations such as the Friends of Kiama Hospital, Peterborough Disable Association, Kiama Meals Wheels and also junior and senior sporting clubs.

 In 2014 we will be hosting a number of charity and community events:-


2013 was fantastic year for charity and community events at Kiama Golf Club with The Kiama Hospital Charity Day on 19th June was a great day and we raised over $1700 for the Kiama Auxilliary Hospital, this money will go towards purchasing items needed for the Kiama Hospital. 

Saturday July the 13th Kiama Golf Club hosted the pink Texas team stableford with proceeds going to the McGrath Foundation, this event raised over $2240 with these much needed funds going towards breast care nurses in communities right across Australia as well as increasing awareness in young Australian women (visit McGrath Fondation website for more information or to give a donation)   


Then on Friday 2nd August staff with the local community will swap our work attire for levis for ‘Jeans for Genes Day’.


Thanks to all that supported this day we have a lot of fun and raised over $115 with every $10 raised gives scientists 200 mini test tubes to help discover more with eye genetics.

Kiama Golf Club has hosted and successfully run a number of charity Golf Day and Charity Diners and continue to support our local sporting community.