Chancellors Cup Golf Day



Unfortunately due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, the 2020 event has been cancelled.

Join us however, in 2021, for a day of golf while raising funds for our Elite Student Performer Scheme and affiliated sporting clubs. Register your interest now!

Message from Mr Simon McKeon AO, Chancellor, Monash University:

"Monash stands for inclusion and is committed to making sure that every student has the opportunity to achieve their true potential. The Chancellor’s Cup Golf Day is a wonderful opportunity for Monash alumni and friends to join the University in this endeavour.

The goal of the Chancellor’s Cup Golf Day is to raise funds for the Elite Student Performer Scheme (ESPS) as well as Monash-affiliated sporting clubs. The ESPS is an invaluable initiative that provides support for talented Monash students aspiring to represent the University in sport, performing arts and related disciplines.

Your support for Chancellor's Cup Golf Day will help ensure that cost is not a barrier for those students who drive Monash to excel, either through their participation in a club or society or by competing in high level intervarsity events. I hope you can take this opportunity to take part."

Event Information

Date: 2021 TBC
Location: Sandhurst Golf Club, Sandhurst Boulevard, Sandhurst VIC
Format: Ambrose, 18 holes
Times: TBC

  • Registration and lunch from 12.00 noon
  • Shot gun tee off at 1.30pm
  • Finger food and Presentation from 6.00pm
  • Formalities concluding at 7.00pm

2019 winners

Congratulations to our winners:

Straightest Drive: Spiro Fatouris

Longest drive: Tony West

Nearest to the pin (Hole 8): Steve Pollard

Nearest to pin (Hole 15): Ennis Laorre

Nearest to the pin 2nd shot (Hole 13): Arthur Lambiris

Overall winners: Allan Sweeney, Eoin McGrath, Iain Clark, Michael Ermer

Enquiries

Email: teammonash-enquiries@monash.edu

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