Golfers swing into action for men’s health week

Charity Golf Day tees off at Chateau Elan to support young male mental health

Top Blokes Foundation is excited to announce our first-ever Charity Golf Day on Thursday, 13 June 2024, as part of Men’s Health Week.

This event, held at the picturesque Chateau Elan at The Vintage, marks the beginning of an annual tradition to celebrate community, resilience, and the collective effort to guide young males toward a promising future. All proceeds will go towards supporting Top Blokes programs that focus on helping young males lead healthy and safe lives.

“This Men’s Health Week, the Top Blokes Charity Golf Day offers a unique opportunity to continue this vital dialogue. We’re thrilled to bring together golf enthusiasts and community advocates to enjoy a day of sport and champion the wellbeing of young males so they can navigate life’s hurdles with confidence and integrity.”

Aaron O’Driscoll, Top Blokes Regional Coordinator for the Greater Hunter

Tickets for the event include a full golf package, lunch, entertainment, and insights from guest speakers. Corporate sponsorship opportunities are also available for businesses looking to align themselves with a reputable cause.

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, June 13 2024
Time: 7:30am for breakfast and networking
Venue: Chateau Elan at The Vintage, Hunter Valley
Tickets: $200, including breakfast, an 18-hole round of golf, cart hire, lunch, and an afternoon of entertainment.

Since 2020, Top Blokes has been working directly in schools across the Hunter region, impacting the lives of 700 boys and young men. Across NSW and QLD, the charity has worked alongside over 20,000 young males through evidence-based mentoring programs tailored to their specific and diverse needs.

Get your team together and join us for a day of golf, goodwill, and making a positive impact on the lives of young males across the Hunter community. For tickets and corporate sponsorship opportunities, visit or reach out to the Top Blokes team at

Men’s Health Week is from 12 to 18 June. It raises awareness of the importance of men’s health and promotes and supports the health and well-being of men and boys in our communities.