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Photo Gallery: Ingram Micro NZ's Cure Kids Golf Day

16 Mar 2018

Yesterday, Ingram Micro hosted their annual Cure Kids Golf Day under the perfect cloud-strewn sky.

Vendors had the opportunity to sponsor a hole and partners could sign up a team to play 18 holes.

There were a fair few mini-games, including hit the marshmallow into the cup, golf pong, and chuck the rugby ball in the bin.

Plenty of snacks and drinks were provided to keep everyone going, some interesting tech was on display, and a couple of talented massage therapists were ready for when things got too much.

Of course, it was all for a good cause. Cure Kids is a charity that helps fund research into diseases and disorders that affect childrens' lives everyday. 

If you missed out on the day but still want to make a difference, you can still make a donation to help those in need.

Here are the photo highlights and you can check back next week for even more about all of the fun that was had and funds that were raised.

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