TUESDAY AUGUST 6th 2019 – MG CHARITY OPEN DAY & CLUB MG CHAMPIONSHIPS
CLUB MG MEMBERS ~ SOCIETY TEAMS ~ SENIORS ~ LADIES ~ JUNIORS ~ MG AMBASSADORS
Our new summer event will take in two very interesting golf holes and 16 other challenges in August. It’s open to all golfers of all ages and abilities to come and join in. Form a fourball or let us know of your interest if you are a single golfer or a pair, and we can make up a fourball team for you. We’ll have a lot of fun, there will be lots of chances to win prizes and we’ll raise some charity funds too for Midlands Air Ambulance.
Venue – West Midlands Golf Club – Barston nr Solihull
Itinerary – Meet 10 am – Bacon Rolls & Tea/Coffee
11am – 18 holes – Shotgun start
4pm – Two course dinner and prize presentation
Format – Am-Am Stableford (two best scores count) 90% handicap allowance
Cost – £140 per team of four – £35 pp – MG will make up teams of singles or golfing pairs
GPS Buggies – £20
Beat the Pro on the 18th (‘Sawgrass’ Par 3) £5 pp
Nearest the Pin on ALL 4 par three holes
Longest Drive and Nearest the Pin in 4 on ‘The Devil’ – 666 yard Par 6 eighth hole (left)
Charity Raffle – Inflatable Golf Dartboard
All proceeds will be donated to Midlands Air Ambulance.
ABOUT THE CHARITY
“Midlands Air Ambulance is the charity responsible for funding and operating three air ambulances serving the communities of six Midlands counties.
Since 1991, MAAC has responded to over 50,000 missions, making it one of the busiest air ambulance services in the UK.
Operating from strategically located regional airbases at RAF Cosford in Shropshire, Strensham in Worcestershire and Tatenhill in Staffordshire, our air ambulances can reach 90% of the region within eight minutes. Our aircraft each carries a crew comprising a pilot, two paramedics or a paramedic and flight doctor, plus full life-support medical equipment. Three rapid response vehicles are deployed when the helicopters are unable to fly, due to bad weather for example.
Funded entirely by donations, the charity relies on support from local people and businesses, to raise the £9 million needed to undertake on average 2,000 missions every year. We do not receive funding from the Government or National Lottery.”