THERE'S no excuse, it's time to get Intoempal.

Darcy Browning and Mathew Nuttall are quite partial to a lazy hit to welcome in the New Year, so they decided to up the ante.

The pair has organised the 18-hole Intoempal Charity Golf Day, to be hosted at Club Banora golf course on January 3.

All proceeds of the $75 per person entry fee will be donated to the Cancer Council.

Mr Browning said both he and Mr Nuttall had friends affected by cancer and they couldn't think of a better cause.

Mr Nuttall said the event had grown from a friendly get-together of 15 people to a 72-strong charity-charged coalition.

"We've got some great prizes like a surfboard signed by Coolangatta's world champs, tickets to the Australia v England cricket game in Brisbane, numerous signed footy jerseys and a few NRL players from Gold Coast, Penrith and Manly are going to play," he said.

Event sponsorships are still available.

For more information about the event, visit Intoempal Charity Golf Day's page on Facebook.



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