Four Course Classic

Djboorman has already posted about this but here is some more information: Tee off at dawn on the 22nd of June and embark on a marathon golf game as you try to reach the fourth clubhouse before the sun sets: thats 7 holes in 16 hours covering 15 miles of fairways (and that’s without any trips to the rough!) we have hundreds of fantastic courses to choose from including some of the best in the country and this year we’re aiming to raise £50000 to help fund our fight against muscle disease. After three fantastic years the four course classic has gone from strength to strength and in 201 it’s going to be even bigger. We hope that the 201 four course classic will be the best event yet! Chip in challenge yourself and change lives… Signing up for the four course classic couldn’t be easier. All you need to do is visit our site – www.fourcourseclassic.co.uk choose which event you would like to participate in and then sign up for just £100 per team. This year’s fundraising pledge is once again £250 per golfer/£1000 per team sponsorship which all goes to the muscular dystrophy campaign. The registration fee includes: -four complimentary rounds of golf. -a branded polo shirt. -a comprehensive fundraising and preparation pack. The four course classic will take place on Friday 22nd June 201 all across the uk. For further information please visit www.fourcourseclassic.co.uk or contact me on 020 780 4824/ golf@muscular-dystrophy.org Darren clarke said of the challenge: the four course classic was a great success last year and I hope that even more golfers get involved in 201. It’s a brilliant opportunity to explore four different courses in the name of charity work! Golf brings out the best in a good man and the worst in a bad man.

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