Golf event to raise funds for Colehill's Reef
A CHARITY golf afternoon is to be held at Sturminster Marshall golf course to raise funds for a much needed facility for young people in Colehill and Wimborne.
The Colehill and Wimborne Youth Club, known as the Reef, desperately needs a new building to replace the old caretaker's bungalow.
The fun afternoon which is open to people of any age or ability takes place at 1.30pm on Sunday 22nd September.
There will be several competitions running during the afternoon which can be enjoyed by the whole family, even if they have never played golf before.
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The main event will be a nine Hole Texas Scramble in Teams of four, which is designed for teams of mixed ability to have a more equal chance of winning a prize amongst experienced players. Teams will be competing for an overall winner and a runners-up prize, but there will also be individual prizes for the longest and straightest drive and for nearest the pin on selected holes.
So that all of the family can take part and enjoy the afternoon there will be putting and chipping competitions on the practice ground.
The Golf Club will have a barbeque fired up most of the afternoon.
A team entry form can be found on www.reef4youthdorset.co.uk
If you want to join in but cannot raise a full team, the organisers will do their best to fix you up with playing partners so that you can enjoy the afternoon, simply contact Alan Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call 07503 180706 to secure your place.
The Colehill and Wimborne Youth and Community Centre Fund Raising Team, with support from the Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby, would like to thank the owners and members of Sturminster Marshall Golf Club for allowing them to stage their charity event on the challenging nine hole course and academy grounds.