The Rotary Club of Bradford Blaize will hold their 27th Annual Charity Golf Competition at Ilkley Golf Club. Previous competitions have raised nearly £170,000 for charity.
On Wednesday 20th of June 2018 the Rotary Club of Bradford Blaize will hold its 27th Charity Golf tournament at Ilkley Golf Club, one of the best golf courses in Yorkshire.
The course was designed with input from Dr. Alister Mackenzie, then a member of Ilkley Golf Club who went on to design many other premier courses, including assisting Bobby Jones in the design of Augusta National Club, home of the US Masters Golf tournament.
In the last 26 years this tournament has raised nearly £170,000 for local and national charities.
The entry fee covers the green fee, a buffet at the completion of the round, a free bar at the 11th hole and prizes for the first four teams, a nearest the pin and straightest drive competitions.
The entry fee, as last year, for a team of 4 is only £295
If you wish to take part contact the tournament director rotarian Derek O’Hearne please use the contact button below.
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