Golf2Cure 2021 -124 days -22 hours -58 mins -59 secs A sensational day out on the green for a wonderful cause The Golf2Cure Neuroblastoma was held on Friday 12th Feb 2021 at the beautiful St Michael’s Golf Club, Little Bay. We thank all our participants, sponsors and volunteers for making this a spectacular event. Your generous donations raised a total amount of $33,017 on the day and helped us to get closer to a cure for all the children diagnosed with neuroblastoma. The funds raised from the event will be going towards supporting a research project led by a promising young scientist, Dr Zsuzsanna Nagy at Children's Cancer Institute, and which was recommended by our world-class Scientific Advisory Board. The Course St Michael's Golf Club Jennifer Street, along the shores of Little Bay, about 13 km south of Sydney. The course is a testing par 72, which over the past 20 years has hosted the Australian P.G.A. and the N.S.W. Open. Thank you to our sponsors As a small charity, the support of our business partners allows us to produce high quality events and achieve our aim of funding ground breaking research into better treatments for the children's cancer neuroblastoma. Thank you to our generous Golf2Cure 2021 sponsors: Ausrise Aluminium Pty Ltd - Gold Sponsor Porsche Centre Sydney South - Silver Sponsor The Rockpool People - Bronze Sponsor Hive Marketing Group - Hole in One Sponsor - win $20 000 for the perfect shot! OTI Racing - Event Sponsor Concept Partners - Event Sponsor Kwik Kopy North Sydney - Event Sponsor Callaway Golf- auction prize Chateau Elan -auction prize Golf2Cure 2022 will be held on 25th Feb at St Michael’s Golf Club. If you or your business would like to provide prizes or become a sponsor of the event, please contact our president Lucy Jones. Support research to cure high-risk neuroblastoma New treatment research is underway at the Children’s Cancer Institute which could improve the long-term survival of children with high risk neuroblastoma. You can be a part of it. Find out more Booking for this event has now closed.