CHARITY GOLF DAY - FRIDAY 6TH SEPT 2019

What a great day and thanks to everyone who took part and supported it we raised over £2100 for Charity.



CHESTFIELD ROTARY CLUB CHARITY GOLF DAY
Friday 6th September 2019

We are holding our annual Charity Golf Day on 6th September 2019 and would like to invite you and your friends to take part in this great fun event with all profits from the event going to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Hi Kent and Alzheimer’s Research UK to fund their ongoing works in the Community.

Why not invite your customers for a nice day out and support this great Charity at the same time. Even if you do not play golf you can still be part of it by sponsoring a hole, or donating a prize to the raffle, to show your support and promote your business at the same time.  

If you have a sign / banner we can collect it in advance to set out on the course tee for those sponsoring a hole and then return it to you after the event.

The event is being held at Chestfield Golf Club, Chestfield Road, Chestfield. CT5 3LU, that has the oldest club house in the world - a traditional oak framed building – so lots of character and a high quality Golf course as well.

The day starts from 10-30am onwards with registration and a breakfast roll and drink.
You can practice your putting or driving while discussing team tactics or visit the Pro Shop for those last minute items.
Tee off will start around 12 noon with times being allocated at registration unless requested in advance and we will try to accommodate all requests.
There is a “Longest Drive” and “Nearest the Pin” competition on the course plus a halfway house at 13th (yes I know that’s not strictly half way).
This is all followed by a Presentation Dinner in the evening, starting around 6pm, where presentations are made to the winners, and the raffle will be drawn as well, ending at about 9pm.

 
 

Our Main Sponsor for 2019 is

SanRis Builders Ltd


Why not join us for a great day.           

                                                                                   

Kind regards                                                                             

Dave Coupland