Following last year's success at Swinley Forest, March will see The Prince's Trust Charity Golf Day head to Buckinghamshire, where Stoke Park will play host.
The event will be held on March 22 and will include 18 holes of golf with prizes, breakfast and lunch, after which a celebrity guest speaker will round off the day.
Harry Colt designed the parkland course, the scene of James Bond's famous match with Goldfinger in 1964.
The event promises to be a great day for all of those involved. The first tee is scheduled for 9am and there are no handicap restrictions for the event. Entry is £120 per person or £450 per fourball. Entries are limited to 20 and registration will be honoured on a first received basis.
Interested parties should email Alison.email@example.com or telephone 01189 733971.
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