IN AID OF THE NATIONAL AUTISM SOCIETY OF MALAYSIA [NASOM]
8 AUGUST 2018 | KELAB GOLF NEGARA SUBANG (KGNS)
THE BAR°N 3RD ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT 2018 SHALL BE PLAYED AT KELAB GOLF NEGARA SUBANG (KGNS) ON WEDNESDAY, 8 AUGUST 2018 AND IS OPEN TO ALL AMATEUR GOLFERS WITH A VALID MGA (NHS) OR OTHER NATIONAL GOVERNING GOLF BODY HANDICAP.
Format of Play
The format of play is Double Peoria, which means 12 ‘secret’ holes have been pre-selected to determine the handicap-of-the-day for each golfer during the Tournament. All golfers shall play in accordance to the rules of golf as approved by R&A Rules Ltd and their interpretations as contained in the ‘Decisions on The Rules of Golf’.
Registration and Tee-off Times
Shotgun tee-off time is set at 12.30pm. All golfers are encouraged to arrive at 11am for registration.
Entrance Fee is RM600 per golfer (RM500 for golf PLUS RM100 donation to NASOM) and includes a complimentary Bottle of Wine*, Cash Certificates and more! Any golfer wishing to donate more towards NASOM is encouraged to do so. All donations will be acknowledged.
PRIZE GIVING AND ALL-YOU-CAN-DRINK AT THE BAR°N @CITTA MALL
After the tournament, all golfers shall adjourn to The BAR°N @Citta Mall by 7.30pm for prize-giving, free-flow of drinks and dinner.
Payment may be made at The BAR°N outlets or via online transfer to VINEYARD F&B SDN BHD, CIMB 8006887729 (within 14 days of registration). When paying by cheque, please include your name and mobile number at the back of the cheque. With all payments, please quote The BAR°N Charity Golf Tournament 2018.
The National Autism Society of Malaysia (NASOM) is a society formed in 1987 by a group of parents and professionals with the aim to deliver lifespan services to the community of persons suffering from autism.
It was registered on 3rd March 1987 as a national charitable organization and it strives to provide a range of support services to assist people living with autism, especially children and their immediate family members.
What is Autism
Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life due to a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain. It is four more times prevalent in boys than girls. Autism shows no racial, ethnic or social boundaries, and cuts across family income, lifestyle and educational levels. Autism and its associated behaviors have been estimated to occur in as many as 1 in 68 newborns.