Sheffield Hospitals Charity Golf Day

19th August 2012

On Monday 25th June at Lees Hall Golf club, we are holding our first annual golf day to raise money for Sheffield Hospitals Charity.

We are using the traditional stableford fourball rules for the day. Fourballs cost just £160 which includes bacon roll and coffee upon arrival, and a light lunch after your round. There will be prizes for the top three teams, as well as Longest drive and Nearest the Pin competitions you can enter during your round for a small donation. Why not extend your weekend and finish it off in style with a summer round of golf, with the added benefit of helping raise money to benefit the people of Sheffield? We are the official NHS charity for the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and make grants of £2m a year to improve the patients experience and the environment they stay in in five of Sheffield's hospitals - The Northern General Hospital, The Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Weston Park Hospital, Jessop Wing and Charles Clifford Dental Hospital. To find out more, or to register your team, contact Jamie Strachan on 0114 271 1383 or email jamie.strachan@shct.nhs.uk

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