THE Roman Middleton Charity Golf Day is preparing to go bigger and better for its second year when it tees off on Good Friday, March 30.
When Roman was five he was struck down by a super bug that attacked his liver.
“Within two weeks he needed a new liver, it hit him really quick,” Roman’s father, Sonny Middleton, said.
“He was on the transplant list for 12 hours and then we were lucky enough to get a donor.
“We owe a lot to the three organisations that stepped in when we needed some help.”
That is why the Roman Middleton Charity Golf Day was born — to give back to charities such as Ronald McDonald House, Donate Life and the Royal Children’s Hospital that gave Roman and his family so much.
Last year the day raised just under $11,000 for the organisations but Sonny said they have got their target set higher this year.
“You don’t have to be able to play golf well or anything like that, it’s open to anyone who wants to come down.
“It’ll be an ambrose tournament with teams of four.”
The day will begin at 10.30am and tee-off will be at 11am. Entry for the day is $120 per team of four.
To enter please call Sonny on 0438 144 246 or email [email protected]
It’s a great way to support a worthy charity while having a hit on the golf course with some mates.