REDLAND Bay Golf Club have hit a fundraising hole-in-one with a donation of $3500 to the Red Rose Foundation.
The ladies club pitched in for the cause at a charity golf day in May, where they raised money through things like raffles and stalls.
Red Rose Foundation chief executive and Ormiston woman Betty Taylor said the golf club's contribution would help domestic violence victims.
"It helps us continue our work in providing direct counselling and advocacy to survivors of strangulation, and our education training, so that is better responses across police, courts and hospitals," she said.
"Often, with the greater prominence of domestic violence in the community, people want to step up and do something."
"When women support women, everyone benefits."
Ladies committee president Michele Stanley said about 100 players were involved in the charity golf day.
"We ran multiple raffles, the girls also gave gold coin donations out on the course on particular holes," she said.
"We had a bring and buy stall where people could bring gifts and other people could buy them.
"We have a charity day each year, but this is the first time we have been associated with the Red Rose Foundation."
A cheque for $3500 was presented to the Red Rose Foundation at the Redland Bay clubhouse on Tuesday.
Read more local news here.