Exeter based charity, St Loye’s Foundation, are calling all golf enthusiasts to join them in their inaugural charity golf event on June 2nd 2016 at the Stover Golf Club, near Newton Abbot. (Closing date for completed booking forms is May 26th).
The St Loye’s Foundation charity golf day aims to raise funds to help support disabled and disadvantaged people at home, at work and in the local community.
For an entry fee of £200 (£50 per person) per team of four, golfers will enjoy a tea or coffee and bacon roll on arrival and on completion of the 18 hole course teams are invited to a delicious two course meal.
The winning team will receive trophies as well as other prizes as they are crowned St Loye’s Golf Day Champions!
Throughout the day there are plenty of opportunities to win even more prizes as golfers compete for the Longest Drive, Nearest the Pin and a Two’s Competition. Some raffle prizes include a signed Rugby World Cup (Exeter Host City) signed ball, a signed Manchester United football, many four-ball prizes and other golf related merchandise.
St Loye’s Foundation is also offering businesses the opportunity to sponsor a Hole or Tee to provide maximum company exposure with T3 Training already bagging the #18th Hole!
Louise Jones, Corporate Fundraiser at St Loye’s Foundation, said: “We are really excited about our first St Loye’s charity golf day at Stover Golf Club.”
“We are really looking forward to welcoming current and new supporters of St Loye’s to ‘putt their swing’ to the test to raise money to transform the lives of disabled and disadvantaged people.”