Diverse summer golf day set to raise
money for Hearing Dogs
One local business has announced their inaugural charity golf day, which promises to be just as fun for complete beginners as it is for seasoned golfers.
The Hearing Care Centre, which has 17 clinics locally across Suffolk, will be holding the event on Wednesday 17th July 2019 at Seckford Golf Club, near Woodbridge. All proceeds from the event will go towards the company’s chosen charity Hearing Dogs For Deaf People.
Beginning at around 1pm, golfers will enjoy 18 holes of golf across this stunning course, while those who are new to golf will receive three hours of tuition with a PGA golf professional. The two groups will re-join at the clubhouse to enjoy a freshly cooked BBQ dinner, and conclude with the official awards ceremony. There will also be some fantastic prizes which all attendees will have a chance of winning during the event.
The Hearing Care Centre is an award winning family-run hearing care company which has 26 clinics across East Anglia. Last year the company raised £20,000 for Hearing Dogs For Deaf People as part of its 20th birthday celebrations.
Entry for the event is £50 per person and includes the golf, BBQ, snacks and a donation to the charity. Golfers wishing to enter the tournament itself must enter in teams of 4 players.
Karen Finch, Managing Director of The Hearing Care Centre said “Many of our patients are keen golfers and said to us, why not organise a golf day?! We are very excited to try something new, and have tried to make this fantastic event inclusive for everyone.”
Tickets and further information can be found at www.hearingcarecentre.co.uk/golf or by calling 01473 230330.