The Charity Golf Day in support of Help for Heroes, which is being held at the stunning Rockliffe Hall Golf Club on Wednesday 1st July, gives our supporters the opprtunity to compete against other teams whilst raising all important funds to help support wounded, injured and sick Servicemen, women and veterans. The first of its kind in the region, the Charity Golf Day will take place on one of Europe's best golf courses, which stretches across 375 acres of beautiful County Durham countryside on the North Yorkshire border.
In addition to the main event there will be a host of activities throughout the day to raise more funds for Help for Heroes, including smaller golf-related competitions, plus a raffle and an auction that will take place in the Clubhouse after the tournament, with the day culminating with an evening meal. We are also delighted to announce that there will be an opportunity to win a Vauxhall Mokka (worth £15,000), very much thanks to Sherwoods, with a hole-in-one competition at the 15th.
As well as this fantastic opportunity, there will be many other amazing prizes on offer throughout the day including cricket tickets, overnight spa stay for two, and a Mission Motorsport Track Day for two at Donnington Park.
Mo Usman, Manager of Help for Heroes' Phoenix House Recovery Centre in Catterick, believes the Golf Day is a fantastic way to raise the profile of the Charity in the region, and has said of the event: "We have built up a good working relationship with Rockliffe Hall and really appreciate the support of all the team there. It's very appropriate that money should be raised through golf as it is a sport that has helped several of our veterans on their Road to Recovery, combining challenge with camaraderie, exercise, and fresh air".
For further information on how to join this great fundraising event with your team contact: Michaela Slay.
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