SEVEN decades of helping suffering defence families will be marked when Rutherglen RSL holds its annual golf day.
The sub-branch will have its 70th Legacy day at Rutherglen Golf Club on Sunday.
Co-ordinator Noel Hince said it was hoped $5000 would be raised.
“We have over $1100 in cash prizes with a $700 hole-in-one completion and two $240 closest to the pin competitions” Mr Hince said.
“You don’t need a handicap and there are plenty of novelty and ladies events so everyone has a chance to take home a great prize.”
The format is three-ball ambrose with $15 entries able to made on the day ahead of a 10am tee-off.
The first Legacy day was three years after World War II and it has since generated a mass of money for Rutherglen area families who have had a defence force member die or seriously injured.