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Beat the champs at the KM Charity Golf Challenge

By Liz Nicholls

Golfers with driving ambition can take on the reigning champions at a prize packed charity challenge taking place at Ashford Golf Club on November 23.

The MHA MacIntyre Hudson team won the KM Charity Golf Challenge in May.

The MHA MacIntyre Hudson team won the KM Charity Golf Challenge in May.

The charity golf day is being run in partnership between the Ashford branch of Tesco and the KM Charity Team. Money raised will go to Diabetes UK and school services supporting road safety and literacy.

Participating teams will have the chance to beat previous challenge winners MHA MacIntyre Hudson. The team took the top spot with 106 points plus a hole in one courtesy of Lee Crumbie at an event run by the KM Charity Team in May.

‘Hole in one’ prizes will be given for all par 3 holes including the £10,000 hole. Refreshments will include breakfast, lunch, and a drinks buggy of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The event concludes with a bumper charity raffle, golf prizes, and auction.

Event manager Dominic Comins of the KM Charity Team said: “I always look forward to our golf days which have been immensely popular over the past three years. Come and join us for a fantastic day of golf, fun, and raising money for charity – and why not see if you can beat reigning champs MHA MacIntyre Hudson?”

Teams of 4 players can book online by clicking this link HERE.

Organisations interested in prize hole sponsorship which starts at £150 should contact Dominic Comins at dcomins@thekmgroup.co.uk or call 07834 907 700.


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