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Spaces running low for Parkinson’s charity golf day 

 Published on: 15th January 2019   |   By: News Desk   |   Category: Uncategorized

A charity golf day for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, is being held at Chorleywood Golf Club on March 19 and spaces are nearly full.

The club ran the charity event last year and the response they got from everyone who took part was amazing said former ladies captain, Jane Bowler. 

She said: “Last year’s charity golf day went really well. Everyone who attended loved it and the feedback we got back was really positive.

“As it’s for a really good cause which is close to the clubs heart, it only felt right to run the event again.

She added: “Our ladies captain last year chose The Cure Parkinson’s Trust as the charity we were going to fundraise for, as a friend of her family, who is in her 40s was diagnosed with Parkinson’s.

“It was a great event last year, for a great charity so we made the decision to do it again. We are looking forward to it.”

The day will start off with a bacon roll and a coffee for all players. A shotgun tee at 9am is going to kick off the golf, with drinks and nibbles available at the half-way point. The day will end with a two-course meal and a raffle with all donations going to charity.

The day is open to the public and golfers will be up against reigning champion and chief executive officer for Cure Parkinson’s Trust, Will Cook.

With only a few spaces left to play on the day, anyone interested in playing on the day can contact Jane Bowler on 07803085376 or contact the golf club on 01923 282009.

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