Sponsorship Opportunities

We invite you to contribute to this event by sponsoring a golf hole or providing goods or services for our auction, raffle or prizes.

Hole Sponsorship

$500 each plus GST


  • Signage highlighting the sponsor’s corporate message
  • Identity at a designated hole
  • Opportunity to have a promotion/display/activity at the designated hole
  • Recognition on the Rotary Club of East Coast Bays website and social media
  • Recognition in the player programme
  • Option of nearest to the pin branding

Providing Goods or Services for Prizes


  • Branding rights for major prize presentations to winning teams (2). Value required $500 prize per team
  • Branding with prizes in the clubhouse and a mention by MC at the presentations
  • Recognition on the Rotary Club of East Coast Bays website and social media
  • Recognition in the player programme

Contact Us

Tournament Organisers:

The Rotary Club of East Coast Bays Charitable Trust

Registered under the Charities Act 2005 – Registration CC26290

Rod Fergusson (Organiser)

021 617 145


Martin Reiss (Entries)

021 940 452


Lucy Anastasiadou-Hobbs (Sponsorship)

021 548 840



On Thursday, 3rd November 2022, the Rotary Club of East Coast Bays, in association with our principal sponsor, North Shore Taxi and major sponsor Ryman Healthcare, will be holding the 21st “Drive 4 Life” charity golf (Ambrose) tournament at Waitemata Golf Club in Devonport.

Despite three attempts, COVID prevented us from holding our event in 2021. We are very much looking forward to teeing off our event in 2022; we hope you will be able to join us.

We invite you, your staff, clients and friends to participate and help raise funds for our primary beneficiary The Well Foundation and other minor beneficiaries within the local community.

The Well Foundation is committed to advancing healthcare for the people of the North Shore. One of their highest current priorities is upgrading the sensory modulation facilities for the North Shore Adult Community Mental Health Service at Waimarire and North Shore Hospital Emergency Department..

13,811 people accessed Adult Mental Health Services in the Waitematā region in 2020, an increase of 59% since 2010, a number that is expected to continue to grow. Sensory modulation is a therapy used to calm and support patients in their recovery. Patients can experience high levels of stress and emotional distress. This therapy uses senses such as sight, sound, smells, touch, taste and movement to help regulate emotional responses and provide specific skills to self soothe and function. It can be offered alongside medications and talking therapies and is a tool proven to impact people accessing mental health services positively. Funds raised by the “Drive for Life” will be used to provide the equipment and furniture required to upgrade the Low Stimulus Rooms in Waimarire and the Emergency Department for those whose sensory input needs to be restricted.

Our fundraiser is one in which the whole Rotary Club of East Coast Bays membership gets involved, and we look forward to you joining us for some fun, fellowship and fundraising.