Gloucester Rugby are delighted to reveal details of their 2009 Golf Day which will take place at Brickhampton Court on Tuesday July 14th 2009.
This will be an exciting day where you can enjoy a game of golf joined by Gloucester Rugby players and coaching staff.
The day will start with bacon rolls and coffee, prior to tee off. The format will be teams of three joined by a player to complete 18 holes, followed by a 2 course dinner, presentation of prizes and a raffle draw.
The cost is £200 for a team of three golfers + one Gloucester Rugby player.
The cost for a team of three golfers is £150 or £50 for a single player who will be allocated a team on the day.
Priority will be given to 1873 Club members and Gloucester Rugby Corporate Clients and/ or Season Ticket Holders
If you would like to donate a raffle prize or sponsor a hole please speak to Clare Reader, Gloucester Rugby's 1873 Club Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds from the raffle will be donated to our nominated charity, The Pied Piper.
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