ACSE

Association of Consulting Structural Engineers NSW

ACSE Annual Golf Day

Every spring the ACSE holds a Golf Day. This event is a fabulous networking opportunity as well as being a great fun day out. Most of our leading member firms enter a team and there are various prizes given on the day.  

In recent years it has been held at the fabulous Avondale Golf Club, one of Sydney's premier clubs. Avondale is a 72 par championship course in a magnificent bushland setting, with wide expansive fairways suitable for all levels of golf skill. The game is played 18 holes in Ambrose format with a gun-shot start, then followed by a BBQ at the clubhouse to really finish off this special social event. 

Please note that Avondale has a strict dress code. We ask all players to ensure they adhere to the clubs policy. We also ask all players to familiarise themselves with the Golf Day Rules.

Golf Day Sponsors

Golf day has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Planned Cover as the main sponsor of this event. Planned Cover are experts in insurance and risk management

  In 2015 and 2016 Ultrafloor were at the 2nd hole with a fantastic $10,000 prize for anyone that could get a hole-in-one! 


 

Charity Partner

The ACSE has selected a charity partner for this event. 



ONE80TC facilitates the restoration of young lives from the devastating effects of alcohol and drug addiction. They exist to rescue young men and women, to restore their lives and help rebuild families.Their residential program, part of the Teen Challenge Global network, is one of the largest and most effective substance abuse recovery and prevention programs of its kind. Worldwide there are 1,100 centres operating in 110 countries


Past Golf Days

For details of previous Golf Days:

2016 Golf Day - In 2016 the Golf Day was held on Wednesday 26 October and a portion of the cost was donated to our charity partner. There were 11 teams of 4 competing on the day and Arup took the winners trophy home. 

2015 Golf Day

2014 Golf Day

2013 Golf Day

2012 Golf Day