Date: November 10, 2006

The Shark in the hunt for charity

Australia s most famous golfer, Greg Norman has swung his support behind the MFS Million and One Hole in One Competition. Norman will tee off on November 15 to show contestants how it s done as they aim to hit a hole in one on a floating green 150 meters away from Cockle Bay s southern promenade. MFS Limited Managing Director Phil Adams said he was delighted to have Greg Norman supporting this event to help promote golf in Australia. Contestants will hope Norman s magic rubs off as they stand to win a million and one dollars for a hole in one. Other celebrities teeing off for charity include comedian Jimeoin, Kangaroos and Cronulla Sharks coach Ricky Stuart, swimming legend Dawn Fraser and Mcleod s Daughters star Lisa Chappell, Jimmy Barnes and Wayne Gardiner. Golfers and spectators can find out more about the competition by visiting and even try their luck on the hole in one in the video game on the website. All 10 finalists will receive return flights from their capital city to Sydney, overnight accommodation and a branded MFS golf bag.