THIS Friday June 8 sees the anticipated Big Golf Day at Banbridge Golf Club - mainly in aid of the future care of a young Dromore boy born earlier this year with Cerebral Palsy.
Funds raised from the event, organised by Neville Reid and his wife for their six-month-old son Jack, will also be donated to Craigavon hosptial’s Neo-Natal unit and the Buddy Bear Trust school in Dungannon for their work with chilrden born with Cerebral Palsy.
Neville said, “With the exceptional support so far from over 250 playing golfers and the very generous help of Banbridge Pro Jason Greenaway and our close friend Martin Mulholland we have put together some fantastic prizes for the winners on the day.”
Just one of the excellent auction prizes on offer is a round of golf with the world’s top flat jockey Frankie Dettori.
Neville said he is delighted with the high standard of prizes available to be won.
“If you are the winning bidder in our auction you and your guest could play along with Kieron Fallon, during a trip to Newmarket to tour the World famous Shalfleet Stables followed by a round of golf with the two top Jockeys then a VIP trip to Newmarket races.
“Other auction prizes include World number Two Rory McIlroy memorabilia, Darren Clarke signed bag and Taylormade experience, trips to play golf in Scotland, a trip to Mercedes world in England to drive the fastest cars in the world, this is only a taste of a few unique prizes available on the day, so get bidding.”
And those unable to attned on the day can enjoy an evening of fun with a raffle at the Golf Club.
“Why not join us and sample the nights craic and be in with a chance of winning a top prize in our raffle? Many generous prizes will be on offer again from our sponsors, including a 50” Plasma, £300 dental voucher, Clarins Hamper, Meals for 2 in some of our Top Restaurants, Cameras, a years supply of Tayto Crisps etc, plus much more.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thoroughly thank, the Captain and Council of Banbridge Golf Club, all our sponsors for their kind donations and all those people who have helped in any way to make Friday June 8 a very memorable day.”