Hyundai Drive for Good
As a major sponsor of the New Zealand Golf Open, we are excited to be using golf to give back. Drive for Good puts a spin on the traditional hole in one competition to support the communities that support us. If a hole in one is hit on the 13th hole at the tournament, we will donate a Hyundai Kona Electric to one of three very deserving Kiwi charities and we need your help to choose which charity will be in to win. Check out this year's charities below and cast your vote!
Barnardos is New Zealand's national children's charity, holding fast to the vision of ‘An Aotearoa where every child shines bright’. Their strength is in the breadth and depth of support offered. For more than 60 years, they have been helping children, families and whānau in need. Today, they continue to support, protect and educate thousands of New Zealand children.
The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand (MHF) is a charity that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where everyone can enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing, throughout the ups and downs of life. The Foundation provides free support, training and resources, and runs nationwide.
Cast Your Vote
How it works
1. Choose and vote for one of our three awesome Kiwi charities
2. Enter your details to be in to win a weekend away glamping with Canopy Camping and the use of a Kona Electric!
3. If a hole in one is hit on the 13th hole, the charity with the most votes at the end of the tournament will win a brand new Hyundai Kona Electric
So let’s get Driving for Good and vote today.
The Drive for Good prize
Hyundai Kona Electric
If a hole in one is hit on the 13th hole, the charity with the most votes at the end of the tournament will win a brand new Hyundai Kona Electric!
The Kona Electric is a compact 100% electric SUV with 449 km of effective, real-world driving range. Combining leading safety technology, performance and the versatility of an SUV makes for a truly groundbreaking vehicle that represents the future of motoring.
We invite you to discover the award-winning Kona Electric for yourself - you won't be disappointed.
New Zealand Open 2020
Millbrook Resort & The Hills
The tournament will include a field of 156 amateurs and 156 professionals playing alongside one another. The professional golfers will compete for the New Zealand Open title whilst simultaneously a pairing of one professional and one amateur will play a best-ball format for the New Zealand Open Pro-Am Championship. Click below to learn more about this year's tournament.