AGFR Tournament 2018 Rotarian Attendee
Thanks for your organization of the recent AGFR Tournament in Murray Bridge. Please convey this appreciation to your hard-working committee. I thoroughly enjoyed the participation.
GOLF. TOURS. FELLOWSHIP. The Australian Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians (AGFR) is over 40 years old and in 2019 it will hold its 41st Annual Golf Tournament. In May 2019, the three Rotary Clubs of Alice Springs will host the tournament in Alice Springs hosting 144 entrants with the majority now being over 70 years of age, at the Alice Springs Golf Club.AS.AGFR 2019 WEBSITE
Australian Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians is a fellowship within the Rotary organization and is part of what Rotary is about, that is fellowship within its membership. It is also part of the 4th Object of Rotary: that is “The advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service”.READ MORE
The AGFR was born when Australian Rotarians who had been attending golf tournaments around the world organised by the International Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians (IGFR) decided that an Australian version of the Fellowship should be commenced. Australian Rotarians had been attending IGFR Tournaments since the first of these annual tournaments was held at St Andrews in Scotland in 1967, at which Stan Williams and Jack Fox from the Oakleigh Rotary Club in Victoria attended.READ MORE
The aim of the JOHN HOOD AGFR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is to provide financial assistance to young people aged between 20 and 29 years who have completed an apprenticeship in “Greenkeeping”. Each year a student is selected from one of the States or Territories of Australia, this is done in rotation from year to year.READ MORE