Business tees up for charity golf day in July
Yorkshire businesses will becompeting on the golf course when they tee off for charity in atournament organised by Hull commercial law firm Rollits, onThursday, 2 July 2015 at Brough Golf Club.
Now in its 27thyear, the tournament is being held to raise funds for the MuscularDystrophy Campaign and Dove House Hospice, and always attracts avariety of teams from across the region.
The Muscular DystrophyCampaign is the leading UK charity focusing on muscle disease. Ithas pioneered the search for treatments and cures for over 50years, and is dedicated to improving the lives of all children andadults affected by muscle disease. It funds world-classresearch to find effective treatments and cures; provides freepractical and emotional support; campaigns to raise awareness andbring about change and awards grants towards the cost of specialistequipment, such as powered wheelchairs.
Dove House Hospice providesspecialist palliative care to adults over 18 years old with a lifelimiting illness. All of the services the hospice provide are freeof charge to patients and their families. Each year the hospicereceives limited funding - the rest of the funding comes from thegeneral public and other fundraising initiatives within thecommunity.
Rollits' Partner Steve Trynkasaid: "The Rollits Golf Day at Brough is always very popularamongst local businesses. Over the years we have raised around£120,000 and in the course of the day provide some friendlycompetition between Yorkshire's business people while raising fundsfor two extremely worthy causes."
The competition is a medalevent for teams of four, with the best two net scores on each holeto count. The tournament is for teams of four and costs £240. Thisincludes green fees as well as a three course meal plus wine afterthe round.
Team places are available andany teams interested in entering should contact Pat Coyle ofRollits on 01482 337318 or email email@example.com for further details and an entry form.
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