The Hospice is calling on keen golfers across Hertfordshire to fill the last four team places at its sixth annual Charity Golf Day at Berkhamsted Golf Club on Friday 15th April.
It’s the perfect day out if you’re looking to step off the treadmill or fancy some time out to mix with friends and clients - and all supporting a good cause.
The day starts around noon with an 18-hole Team Stableford Competition, followed in the evening by a dinner, auction, raffle and prize giving.
The entry fee is £95 per head for non-members of Berkhamsted Golf Club and £60 per head for members, inclusive of dinner and prizes. Each team comprises of four people.
Gordon Bridges, who is coordinating the event for the Hospice, said, “Berkhamsted Golf Club offers a great test of golf and if you enjoy a natural and challenging course, you’ll love this one.
“It has no man-made hazards and provides a unique challenge that over the years has seen some of the country’s best golfers put themselves to the test on the amateur circuit before they turned professional – the likes of Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Justin Rose and Sandy Lyle as well as Sir Nick Faldo, Graeme Storm and Tom Lewis, not to mention top amateurs like Peter McEvoy and Gary Wolstenholme.
“There’s no better way to raise funds for The Hospice than having a wonderful day out at this fabulous club. So far, the sun has always shone on this event, regardless of the weather forecast!”
If you can’t participate on the day, but would like to help sponsor the event, one of the awards or provide a raffle prize, all contributions will help raise funds for our Hospice care.
Entry fees should be paid by the 31st March so please email email@example.com as soon as possible to reserve a place. For further information visit www.stfrancis.org.uk/golf or call 01442 869555.