Aim for a hole in one as St Luke’s Hospice gets back to the greens for its delayed annual Golf Day.
The popular charity sporting challenge had to be postponed as the nation went into COVID-19 lockdown.
But now it’s back and will be held at Abbeydale Golf Club on Monday, October 12, sponsored by Sheffield data protection specialists Bruce and Butler.
Open to teams of four players – from scratch to 24 handicap golfers – the day costs £250 per team and includes dinner and a prize-giving ceremony.
“We are delighted that Bruce and Butler are once again coming on board as our sponsors,” said St Luke’s fundraiser Clare Collingworth.
“Their director, Matt Bruce, is a long term St Luke’s supporter and also a keen Golf Day participant so this is a perfect event for them to be supporting.”
Matt Bruce commented: “We’re very proud and privileged to be able to support St Luke’s through an event such as this one.
“We look forward to raising vital funds whilst enjoying a day out on the course.”
To register or for more information call Clare at St Luke’s on 0114 235 7556 or email: Golf Day