The Heroes Celebrity Golf Day, in support of Help for Heroes, is drawing ever closer and although the field is all but set we still have a way for you to gain a last minute entry to what promises to be a fantastic, fun filled day of golf.
The team running The Heroes Celebrity Golf Day have linked a series of Text Donation promotions to their Just Giving page and this is your chance to join the likes of Sir Matthew Pinsent, David Seaman and Sophie Horn in an effort to raise as much money as possible for the Help for Heroes Charity.
Stoke Park is one of the finest golfing venues in England with 27 spectacular holes and a simply stunning clubhouse.
Simply send in a £10 donation by texting HNCG72 £10 to 70070 and you will be entered into a draw, with one lucky winner being selected to play in the event at Stoke Park on Wednesday April 24th. Every donation goes a long way so even if you aren’t the chosen one you will be doing your bit for a noble cause.
The Heroes Celebrity Golf Day provides a top class golfing experience in world class surroundings, all the while raising significant contributions to Help for Heroes, an official charity of Your Golf Travel.
Help For Heroes was launched in October 2007 by a group of friends and service relations who wished to do something to help the wounded coming back from Afghanistan and Iraq by providing direct, practical support to wounded, injured and sick Service personnel, veterans, and their families. Golf is in fact one of the many activities used by Help for Heroes to help with the rehabilitation of such personnel.
Stoke Park has ties to Augusta National, with the par 3 7th said to be the inspiration for the famous 16th at Augusta.
Past events have benefitted from impressive military presences and 2013 will be no different. The Heroes National Celebrity Golf Day 2013 at Stoke Park will have a strong military theme and as the beginning of play will be signalled by a shotgun start, the start will be prepared and fired by military personnel.
Golf is followed by drinks and a gala dinner where golfers and guests – there is additional seating for the dinner so golfers can be joined after play is finished – have the chance to bid in an auction where past lots have included The Legends Set of Golf Clubs; a set of clubs signed by the game’s greats such as Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player.