The Third Avenues Charity Golf Day
Thursday, 30 April 2009
The Tony Eaton Golf Cup
You are invited to the third Tony Eaton Avenues Charity Golf Day.
You can either play for the day or have a free golf lesson (people supported by Avenues only) on Kings Hill Driving Range.
Kings Hill Golf Club, Fortune Way, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent, ME19 4AF
Wednesday 17th June 2009
8.30am start - Play for the day
3.00pm start - Driving range lesson
£65 Play for the day (includes bacon rolls and drinks on arrival, 18 holes of golf and a buffet dinner)
FREE Driving Range Lesson (people we support only)
PLUS late afternoon putting competition for all participants
To find out more and to book a place contact Lauren Duncan:
Tel: 020 8308 2921 Email: email@example.com
Unfortunately Kings Hill Golf Club can only accommodate wheelchairs in the clubhouse, and not on the green.
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