St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation host annual charity golf day at The Australian Golf Club

Winners: Josh Dixon, Nathan Pitt, Rob Kerry and Ryan Carr made up the winning Solutions Plumbing team. Picture: Supplied
Winners: Josh Dixon, Nathan Pitt, Rob Kerry and Ryan Carr made up the winning Solutions Plumbing team. Picture: Supplied

St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation held their annual charity golf day at The Australian Golf Club last month.

The member-sponsored day saw Cronulla golfer Matthew Giles host the event for the fourth year running.

The big winner on the day was medical research, with $18,000 raised to support innovative projects at St George and Sutherland hospitals.

The Ambrose medley stableford event teed off at 8am at the prestigious course, the home of 20 Australian Open tournaments.

Nine teams of four enjoyed a superb morning of golf in idyllic conditions.

Solutions Plumbing, captained by Ryan Carr, were the winners with a nett score of 53.5.

Flag hunting: Nearest the pin winner Dax De Traubenberg with Cronulla pro golfer Matthew Giles. Picture: Supplied

Flag hunting: Nearest the pin winner Dax De Traubenberg with Cronulla pro golfer Matthew Giles. Picture: Supplied

Matthew Worthington and his team finished close behind in second with 55.75. 

Nearest to the pin on the second hole went to Dax De Traubenberg while Matt Sedgmen won the longest drive on the 12th.

Organisers thanked Titleist for donating the golf prizes and Giles for hosting as well as their raffle and silent auction prize sponsors McWilliams Wines, Lindt Chocolates, SAL Engravings and Trophies, Captain Cook, The Vintage Golf Club, Beyond the Label, Event Cinemas, Catalina, X-Shire Golf, Drummond, Sydney Theatre Company and Crowne Plaza Coogee.

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