Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Golf and work go together so well...

It is fortunate that my career and the things I enjoy doing combine so well. Sometimes there is a little good fortune involved as well. Not a TV watcher in the main so it was a very rare occurrence for me to see the Footy Show with the Gillette Summer Sport reporter launch. Was on the overnight stop over in Angaston on the way to Eudunda to play in the JAK golf tournament and perform on the Saturday night.

Since then I have uploaded my entries in the selection competition at Gillette Australia's Channel Below is a few of my vids. The first done specifically for the competition.

Just returned from Adelaide yesterday and while there was contacted with a follow up from the JAK golf weekend at Eudunda on the 6th and 7th of August. In winning the Legacy competition I garnered and invite to the Governor's Legacy Golf Cup Competition, Glenelg Golf Club, Friday 26th August 2011.
In 2011 Golf Clubs throughout South Australia help Legacy celebrate the 63rd Annual "Governor's Legacy Golf Cup Competition."
It is hoped more than 12000 golfers will take part in local competitions throughout the State in an effort to win a place in the final. This will be held on Friday 26th August, at Glenelg Golf Club when over 190 golfers are expected to compete. Like previous years we are having a shot gun start at 8.30 am to complete the course by Lunch time.

Legacy was started by returned soldiers after the Second World War to support and provide assistance to widows and children of the soldiers who did not survive. This organisation is still a necessity with the current conflicts that Australian soldiers are serving in. It is obviously a worthwhile cause, and I am honoured to have been invited to play again after the JAK weekend.

"Footyhead" was fun to get out and do a live show as, for the first time in a few years.  A good laugh and a chance to have a public rave about the best Footy team in the AFL the MIGHTY CARLTON BLUES is always a good time.

Thankyou for your time and attention, Geoff

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