Logan Chamber of Commerce members will tee off in support of a vital community organisation at their golf day in September.
They will raise funds for the Substation 33 computer project at the golf day on September 11.
The program provides computers for underprivileged students.
The day, at Meadowbrook Golf Club, will kick off with a business breakfast at 7am.
Australian Institute of Managers and Leaders, David Pich, will speak at the breakfast.
"He is a really good speaker," chamber president Stewart Fleming said.
"There is a lot of information to be learnt from him."
From there, it is onto the course, before the prize draw after play.
The major prize is a one-day golf clinic for four valued at $2800.
It will cost Meadowbrook Golf Club members $75 to play in the day. For non-members, it's $125 per player and $480 for a four-player team.
The price includes the breakfast, cart and green fees, a bucket of balls to account for wayward strikes, lunch and finger food at the prize-giving.
Mr Fleming was not confident in his ability on the course.
"With me, it better be two buckets of balls," he said.
They will also get a golf and cart voucher for two players, worth $125.
Mr Fleming expected players to come from across Logan for the day.
"The golf day always seems to attract people from all over the city," he said.
For more information, visit the chamber website at loganchamber.com.au
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