Published: 13:00, 08 March 2018
Businesspeople in Kent are invited to demonstrate their drive at a charity golf day raising funds for children in the county.
The KM Charity Team are holding a golf day at the renowned Chart Hills Golf Club in Biddenden and looking for companies who would like to enter - and see if they can beat last year’s champions.
The 200-acre parkland course was designed by former world number one Nick Faldo and has often been listed in the top 100 courses in the UK and Ireland. Faldo himself said he would “never tire of playing there”.
Event organiser Dominic Comins, from the KM Charity Team, said: “The golf day has everything - you’re raising money for a good cause, it’s a great networking opportunity, there are some excellent prizes up for grabs and you might be crowned the Kent champions!
“Even if you don’t think you can come top in the tournament, there will be a charity auction and a raffle with golf-related and non-golf-related prizes, so there will be plenty of winners.
“Breakfast and lunch are provided and it’s a really enjoyable day. People have said in the past that it’s given them an opportunity to meet other businesspeople and think about how they can work together.
“We’re also looking for businesses to donate auction or raffle prizes – if that’s something you’d like to offer, just drop me an email.”
The event will take place on Friday, May 11, starting with breakfast at 8.30am. After the golf, players will relive the best shots of the day over drinks, which will be followed by lunch, prize-giving and the auction and raffle.
The money raised will go towards the KM Charity Team’s literacy, walk-to-school and road safety work with schools.
To enter, businesses need to gather teams of four and visit www.kmcharityteam.co.uk/booking.
For more information, or to donate a prize, contact Dominic Comins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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