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Leveraging Golf for Good

Our 19 local branches nationwide all have a strong connection to supporting charities and the communities they serve, and golf raises more money for charities in New Zealand than any other sport, so it makes sense for Craigs Investment Partners to grow our involvement with New Zealand’s most played sport.

Locally, throughout the country, Craigs Investment Partners branches are involved in numerous Charity Golf Days each year. Supporting a world-class sporting event like the New Zealand Open who, like us, bring a global perspective into kiwi homes, is a perfect alignment. We’re looking forward to supporting the golfing community and local communities around New Zealand.

Craigs Road to the New Zealand Open

To encourage participation in charitable golf days and as an added incentive, this year participants in some of our local golf days have the opportunity to win the “Craigs Investment Partners – Road to the Open” competition which will see a prized entry into the Pro-Am division in the New Zealand Open 2024 and 2025 up-for-grabs and the chance to experience the New Zealand Open like a VIP. It’s all about being able to have a positive impact for the communities we serve.

The 2024 Craigs Road to the New Zealand Open winners were recently announced, read more here.

You can view our Road to the New Zealand Open entry T&Cs here.

New Zealand Open

Craigs Birdies for Charity

For the first time in the New Zealand Open, Craigs Investment Partners “Birdies for Charities” initiative will see Craigs donate $200 into a pool for every birdie that is recorded on the Craigs Investment Partners hole (Coronet #16, Tournament #15). This initiative will run across all four days of the tournament by both Professionals and Amateurs* with the funds raised shared between two great NZ charities, Cure Kids and the Acorn Foundation.
As shared by Jeremy Williamson, Head of Private Wealth and Markets for Craigs Investment Partners, supporting communities and local charities is hugely important and “Birdies for Charities is a great way for all New Zealand Open competitors to feel that they can also contribute to supporting some amazing charities by doing what they love. We look forward to seeing lots of putts drop and that birdie count rising throughout the New Zealand Open.”

You’ll be able to track the funds raised on the New Zealand Open website live tracker on the days of the tournament.

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