Torch Publishing’s fourth annual golfing event a great success!


An early 7am start saw 120 eager golfers take to the greens to kick off Torch Publishing’s fourth annual golf fundraising event.

The fantastic event, organised by father/son duo Trent and John Engisch and Helen Butler, gave businesses and supporters a chance to tee up a day of friendly competition for a great cause!

After a morning filled with buggies, bogies, birdies and maybe a few eagles too, the event headed in-doors for lunch where guests were treated to a key-note speech by NRL Bulldogs former team captain Andrew Ryan and an exciting fundraising auction.

All up the day has helped to raise almost $25,000 for world class cancer research in Australia.

We’d also like to say a massive thank you to Trent, John and Helen, along with the rest of the legendary Torch team for their dedicated support to us over the last 4 years.

Through the past four Torch Charity Golf Days they have raised over $72,000 for cancer research in total – such a fantastic and humbling effort![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_images_carousel images=”23088,23089,23090,23091,23092,23093,23094,23095,23096,23097,23098,23099,23100,23101,23102,23103,23104,23105,23106,23107,23108,23109,23110,23111″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self” mode=”horizontal” speed=”5000″ slides_per_view=”1″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Torch charity golf day a great success!

The amazing team at Torch Publishing have held their third annual Charity Golf event, in partnership with the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

The 4 Ball Ambrose tournament, held on Friday 25 October at the Georges River Golf Course, brought together local community, business and sporting personalities to raise much needed funds for world-class cancer research.

Players of all golf handicaps produced a wonderful spectacle, putting on show their eagles, chip shots, backspins, albatrosses, birdies, and bogies!

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Golfers Against Cancer

The inaugural ACRF Charity Golf Day was held at Georges River Golf course on Friday 28th of October 2011. 70 passionate golf enthusiasts participated in the event, hosted by Torch Publishing. All the proceeds raised went to cancer research. Some amazing sporting personalities lent their support to cancer research, including former Canterbury Bulldogs great Garry Hughes and former Queensland State of Origin and Parramatta Eels Coach, Michael Hagan (a prostate cancer survivor).

Cr Khal Asfour and Cr Alan Winterbottom, Mayor and Deputy of Bankstown City Council respectively, were keen to be out there on the green. Amazingly many of the men at the event were cancer survivors or are very close to someone who died of cancer or is currently battling cancer. Continue reading “Golfers Against Cancer”