Woolsack Annual Golf Day - Thursday 2nd May 2024

Thu, May 2nd 2024 at 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Our ever popular charity fund raiser at West Surrey Golf Club

West Surrey Golf Club

Our Golf Day is back again and this year we are raising funds for Phyliss Tuckwell Hospice Care, The Royal Surrey Cancer Centre and other Rotary Causes.

The day includes coffee and biscuits on arrival, a round of golf and a 2-course buffet meal, entry into the other competitions including longest drive, nearest the pin, best putting and more... 

The main competition for the Woolsack Trophy, won last year by the Hurtmore Dream Team, is with Stableford scoring off full handicap, best two scores to count. Handicaps to the World Handicap System (West Surrey Handicap Table) with handicap limits of Men 28 & Ladies 36. 

Ladies and mixed teams are particularly welcomed. 

Morning Tee-off times normally between 08.00 and 12.30 depending on numbers.

There will also be a well-stocked raffle to support including opportunities to bid to play on other courses. 

To download an Entry Form click here - Golf_Day_2024_Entry_Form.pdf

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