Mater Little Miracles charity golf day returns to Jimboomba

THE popular Jimboomba Police Mater Little Miracles Charity Golf Day will return for a 10th year at Hills Golf Club.

MIRACLES: Occupational therapist Tyneele Armstrong, Hills Golf Club head professional Daniel Hunnisett and event organiser Terry Armstrong. Photo: Jacob Wilson

MIRACLES: Occupational therapist Tyneele Armstrong, Hills Golf Club head professional Daniel Hunnisett and event organiser Terry Armstrong. Photo: Jacob Wilson

More than 60 people have registered for the event, including four police officers from as far north as Roma.

Players will register for the event at 10am on Thursday, June 27 ahead of a shotgun start at 11am until the presentation at 4pm.

Donations to Mater Little Miracles will support the welfare of premature babies.

Event organiser Terry Armstrong said he pledged to support the charity ever since a family friend passed away several years ago.

"I always said that if I had the chance to do anything I would," he said.

"The support we have received for this event has been amazing and we are all proud the event is in it's 10th year."

More than $40,000 has been raised to support the Mater Little Miracles over the past 10 years since Hills Golf Club first hosted the fundraiser events.

Players will compete in paired teams for a trophy and $1600 worth of prizes.

People can express interest in the charity golf day by calling 0409 117 867 but places are filling fast.