Golf club to host charity event
A LOCAL golf club is teed up to host a charity event. Deafblind UK is inviting keen golfers to play in its charity golf day on Friday, April 11 at the John O Gaunt Golf Club in Sandy, which is one of the largest private members clubs in England. If you a
A LOCAL golf club is teed up to host a charity event.
Deafblind UK is inviting keen golfers to play in its charity golf day on Friday, April 11 at the John O'Gaunt Golf Club in Sandy, which is one of the largest private members' clubs in England.
If you are looking for a New Year challenge and need a good reason for another round of golf then you can help Deafblind UK by entering a team of four.
The cost of taking part is £350 per team. There will be prizes on the day for the winning team as well as nearest the pin and longest drive.
The event will start late morning with traditional bacon rolls, tea and coffee at registration followed by a day of golf. The day will be rounded off with an early evening three-course dinner - all included in the price.
Amanda Spivack, the charity golf day organiser, said: "We are delighted to be running our first charity golf day at John O'Gaunt and are encouraging golfers to enter their teams as soon as possible because places are strictly limited.
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"If you do need an excuse to play golf then I hope supporting Deafblind UK will be a good one."
If you are interested in playing in the event, contact Amanda on 01733 358 100 or download the details from www.deafblind.org.uk