The Nottinghamshire Golf Club will host a Charity Golf Day on 14 September 2017 to raise funds for the Trent Bridge Community Trust and the St James’s Place Foundation.
The event will be attended by players from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, with participants enjoying the opportunity to play in the company of some of the Outlaws.
Registration for the golf day is based on teams of four, at a cost of £395 per team, which includes bacon cobs and tea/coffee on arrival, 18 holes of golf at Nottinghamshire Golf Club and evening Dinner. The day will take the following format:
11.00 - Registration: Bacon Cobs, Tea/Coffee
12.00 - Tournament Guidelines
12.40 - Players to Tee
13.00 - Shotgun Tee Off
18.00 - Clubhouse Activities
18.30-20.00 - Tournament Dinner
20.00-20.30 - Presentation Ceremony and Auction
The Trent Bridge Community Trust is the charitable arm of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, providing support to disadvantaged young people in Nottinghamshire. Its flagship programme, Positive Futures, supported 1,275 young people in the community of Rushcliffe in 2016, assisting them with educational support, sporting activities and social inclusion.
St James’s Place Foundation, the charity of St James's Place Wealth Management Group aims to make a difference to the lives of children and young people by offering grants to small charities for the direct benefit of economically disadvantaged or socially marginalised young people, the physically disabled, or those suffering from a mental condition or life-threatening or degenerative illness.
The two charities will join forces following St James's Place Wealth Management Group's recent donation of £10,000 to the Trent Bridge Community Trust.