Dean Ashton Golf Day
Event to take place on September 13th at Sprowston Manor Golf Club
Entries for the fourth annual Dean Ashton charity Golf Day, in aid of the Community Sports Foundation (CSF), are now open.
This year's event, hosted by Norwich City legend and CSF ambassador Dean Ashton, will be held at The Marriott Sprowston Manor on Tuesday 13th September.
Up to twenty teams will take to the fairways for the 18-hole Texas Scramble format competition, with tee times beginning at 1pm.
Players will be treated to bacon or sausage rolls in the clubhouse on arrival, as well as a free gift bag and a post-round premium buffet.
There will also be various competitions throughout the day including the longest drive and nearest the pin, as well as a raffle and an auction.
The GD Scoring app, provided by Golf Days UK, will be available to teams once again this year and will allow golfers to electronically track their progress and stay up-to-date with scores from around the course.
Sprowston Manor Golf Club was designed by famed golf architect Ross McMurray and features an inventive course layout and an array of challenging holes. Located just outside Norwich, the golf course is widely regarded as one of the best inland courses in Norfolk.
Last year's Golf Day took place on Tuesday 22nd September. Twenty teams took part, including Dean and former Norwich City player Mike Milligan and over £6,000 was raised for the Foundation.
For more information on this year's event, download the Golf Day information pack here.
How to enter
Enter your team today for just £60 per person and help to support disadvantaged and disabled children across Norfolk.
To book your team’s spot, please contact our Charity Fundraising Officer, Emma Fletcher on 01603 761122 or email email@example.com.
If you or your company would be interested in supporting the Golf Day, we are looking for 18 hole sponsors. A hole can be sponsored at £50 and you will just need to provide your own banner.
Please get in touch with Emma Fletcher on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 761122 for further details.
Story added: 18 Jul 2016