Golf Day 2014

9th June 2014

Sheffield United's annual golf tournament and dinner dance is a highlight of the close season schedule and will take place on Friday 27th June 2014.

The golf tournament will take place at Abbeydale Golf Club, with tee off times from 9am. All teams will have four members, with a 3/4 handicap allowance with a maximum of 18 shots. Prizes will be awarded for the top four teams, nearest to the pin and longest drive, with tea, coffee and a hot sandwich on arrival. The dinner dance will be held in the Tony Currie Suite. All four golfers plus four guests will arrive at Bramall Lane for 7.30-8pm where they will enjoy an excellent four-course meal which will be followed by prize presentations and dancing until late, with live entertainment. The price for four golfers with four guests to join them for the evening dinner dance is £415+VAT. Additional tickets for the dinner dance can be purchased at £40+VAT. For more information or to book please phone 0871 663 2462 or email​​

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