Hillside Golf Club is hosting the inaugural VSF Charity Golf Day on Thursday 7th April 2016

On Thursday 7th April  2016 we will be launching our inaugural and annual Charity Golf Day – hosted on the fantastic links of Hillside Golf Club, Southport described by Greg Norman as “the best back 9 holes I’ve ever played!”

How to get involved

Enter a 4 ball team or two and enjoy a fantastic day’s golf and a three course gourmet meal with entertainment in the evening

Take up our very reasonably priced golf hole sponsorship opportunity

Why not donate a product for our charity raffle?

Raise money for a great charitable cause


The Days’ Events

Start with a bacon roll and a hot drink to set you up for the day

Have a warm up practice on the driving range – a free basket of balls is available to all golfers on request

A fantastic golfing clinic will take place with professional golfer Joel Rodwell

Have a crack at “Challenge the Pro” to win a FREE round of golf for 4

Why not take advantage of our novel Mulligan’s Purchase?

Join colleagues for pre-dinner drinks in the bar

Sit down to a gourmet meal and enjoy the prize giving, after dinner speaker, comedian, charity raffle and auction

What Does It Cost

Each 4 person team costs £400 which includes pre-golf events, 18 holes of golf, three course evening meal and entertainment.

Ladies, Gentlemen and mixed teams are very welcome!

Please book early to avoid disappointment!

To book a team please contact Ron Hutchinson on 07969 292042 or ron@vsf.org.uk.  Alternatively, you can register with Tracey at info@vsf.org.uk


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