About CAAMM Cup
Carmel Moriarty and Terry Johnson would like to invite you to participate in one of Australia’s largest and longest running golf charity events – the CAAMM Cup Golf Day. In memory of Clare and Annemaree Moriarty.
Clare was just 10 years 11 months old when she died suddenly on the 17 February 1993. Annmaree died just 19 months later on 26 September 1994 at the age of 19 years. Their deaths were devastating for their parents Paul and Carmel and their brothers Paul, Danny & Patrick.
The positive happy attitude and the great fight for life shown by Clare & Annmaree in their battle against Cystic Fibrosis was an inspiration to many people.
It led to the decision by Terry Johnson and Danny Moriarty to hold an annual golf day in their memory.
Thanks for your great support!
The CAAMM CUP golf event is now full and we are not able to accept any more entries. We apologies for any inconvenience.
Don’t forget, you can still support by attending the luncheon on Friday 3rd August 2018 at Twin creeks during the CAAMM CUP.
We are changing things up for the first time in 23 years!
Based on feedback, we have decided to run two events on the same day.
1. The CAAMM Cup
This event will be open to only the serious golfers!
- You must have a current AGU handicap to play.
- Teams of two (2) players.
- Two – man Ambrose.
- Played within the official rules of golf.
- Two teams wil play on each hole, meaning you can still play with your mates…but will be competing against eachother!
- Prizes will be awarded to the top two group scores after Handicaps are deducted.
2. The CAAMM Cup – Hit & Giggle
This is the fun one designed for any level of players who are just wanting to play, enjoy themselves and support the day.
- There is no need to keep score or even finish the hole out. It is just for fun and all teams will be in the lucky door prize to win a prize.
- We will have 5 cash prizes for the winners.
- Winners will be drawn at random
Date & Time
Friday 11th October, 2019
8:00am arrival for a 9:00am Shotgun start
Finish approximately 4.00pm
$160 per person
Includes: Golf, breakfast, quality buffet lunch, state of art motorized carts, snacks on course.
CLOSING DATE: 7th October 2019
Places are strictly limited to 144 participants so get in early to avoid disappointment. This day fills fast!
The Scott Martyn foundation was established to help raise much needed funds for research into Cystic Fibrosis.
Its goals are to raise charitable money and then distribute the funds that can be used by patients in need of medications, specialised treatment or equipment needed to allow a CF suffer the ability to try and lead a normal life.
Scott Martyn is a 33 year old who was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at 13 weeks of age in 1982. The Trustees of the foundation will distribute funds raised by the foundation via direction by Scott’s doctor at Royal Prince Albert Hospital -Professor Peter Bye and Carmel Moriarty who have been a Registered Nurse for 51 years.
Carmel has been at the CF Clinic at RPAH since May 1995. Carmel was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in June 2014 for her Services to Nursing and Cystic Fibrosis. Carmel has also been the co-organiser of the CAAMM cup since its inception in 1995.