New date: Thursday 22 April 2021
Time: 9am (coffee from 8am)
Venue: Westerham Golf Club, Kent
Tee off for our inaugural charity golf day at Westerham Golf Club in spring 2021.
Get together a group of golfing friends and join us for a morning ‘on the links’ to help raise much-needed funds for our work in 2021 and beyond.
Entry is £320 for a mixed, mens or ladies four-ball and includes coffee and bacon roll on arrival, 18-holes of stableford golf, a two-course lunch (drinks not included) and prizes. Play will begin with a shotgun start at 9am and will be followed by lunch and prize-giving ceremony, and a fundraising silent auction and raffle.
£320 per four-ball
Mixed, mens or ladies teams
Covid update: new date announced…
In light of the on-going Covid pandemic and associated restrictions we have decided to cancel the 2020 African Promise Golf Day and to instead host our inaugural event in Spring 2021, on Thursday 22 April.
All teams signed up for the original event will be contacted with further details in due course.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are a limited number of buggies available to hire priced at £30 for 18-holes. Please contact the golf club directly by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01959 567100 if you wish to reserve one.
Ideally we are looking for teams to enter as a four-ball of friends or family as this will create a more enjoyable and relaxed day for all involved!
We will need help on the day with various tasks to ensure a smooth and successful event. If you are able to volunteer please get in touch at email@example.com
Encompassing established forestry and offering stunning views over the undulating Kent North Downs, Westerham is a superb par 72 course in excess of 6,000 yards and built to a high standard with USGA specification greens.
Tree lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and three beautiful water features makes this a solid test for any standard of golfer and the exceptional design and maturity of the course has gained it a reputation as a ‘thinking man’s course’.
Lasting memories of the course will likely revolve around the ‘eye of the storm’ 11th – a par 3 with daunting pine trees and bunkers protecting a small green or the closing hole which brings you back to a grandstand finish in front of the clubhouse, where the pressure is on to clear the devilishly positioned 18th lake.