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Penrith Mayor Cr John Thain joined Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres and Councillor Ben Price, Councillor Mark Davies and Councillor Greg Davies at Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club for the announcement. Penrith Mayor Cr John Thain joined Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres and Councillor Ben Price, Councillor Mark Davies and Councillor Greg Davies at Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club for the announcement. Featured
27 April 2017 Posted by 

PENRITH SCORES NSW OPEN

Council does deal for three years
PENRITH will host the NSW Open Golf Championship for the next three years thanks to a new sponsorship agreement between Penrith City Council and NSW Golf.

From 2017-19, the NSW Open Golf Championship will be played at Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club with this year’s event to be held over four-days from November 16 - 19.
Speaking at the announcement event last week, Penrith Mayor John Thain said he was thrilled to be partnering with NSW Golf on one of Australia’s most prestigious golfing events.
“As a proud sponsor of the NSW Open Golf Championship we’re looking forward to welcoming golfers from across Australia and overseas and to showcasing Penrith to them and thousands of visitors, “ Cr Thain said.
Cr Thain said seeking out and forming these types of strategic partnerships is a high priority for Council, with Penrith expected to reap significant economic benefits as a result of this new sponsorship agreement.
“This three-year sponsorship will inject more than $1M into the local economy and will promote Penrith as an exciting visitor desination to a very wide domestic and international audience,” Cr Thain said.

 

 



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