The Annual Stephen Hayden Golf Day supports Cure Leukaemia

17th April 2014


On Friday 16th May, Wharton Park Golf & Country Club will hold the 8th Annual Stephen Hayden Golf day.

Stephen was aged just 26 years old when he sadly passed away in August 2006 after suffering from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia. He was treated by Professor Charlie Craddock at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and a golf day has been held yearly in memory of Stephen to support the work done by Cure Leukaemia.

To date over £40,000 has been raised at the annual golf day for Cure Leukaemia and we would love you to show your support at this year's event, sponsored by BWM Rybrook, which plans to be a day filled with entertainment...as well as the chance to win a NEW 1 Series BMW with the hole in one competition!
 

Details of the Day

 

  • Venue: Wharton Park Golf & Country Club, Longbank, Bewdley, DY12 2QW
  • Date: Friday 16th May 2014
  • Details: Full English Breakfast, 18 Holes of Golf, 3-Course Dinner
  • Format: Played to Stableford Rules – ¾ Handicap
  • Arrival: Registration from 10:00am, Breakfast served 11:00am
  • Tee Off: Shotgun start at 1:00pm PROMPT
  • Cost: Individuals - £65.00 each; Teams of 4 - £260.00 / 3-Course Dinner - £27.50 per person for all non-players. Everyone welcome.
  • Extras: Beat The Pro, Nearest The Pin & Longest Drive

 

The evenings 3 course dinner will include prize giving, auction and raffle. For more information and to book your place for the day, please contact Roy Hayden directly on 07940 901207 or e-mail: stephenhaydencharitygolf2014@gmail.com

 

Everyone at Cure Leukaemia would like to thank Roy, Barbara and Amanda Hayden for their fantastic, continued support!

 

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