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Teams needed for annual golf day at East Brighton Golf Course

PUBLISHED: 14:51 21 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:51 21 July 2015

Lloyds Bank Golf Team from last year’s event

Lloyds Bank Golf Team from last year’s event

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The Starr Trust is looking for teams to take part in its’ annual Golf Day on 8 September at East Brighton Golf Course.

This popular event, sponsored by Beales of Worthing and Collins and Hayes the Upholsterers, is now in its’ fourth year and promises to be the most exciting yet, with an 18-hole course specially designed for this event.

Tracey from the Starr Trust says: “This is a great opportunity for local businesses to network and enjoy a relaxing and fun day of golf whilst helping a really good cause. Last year we raised over £5600 for local young people and any non-golfers out there can get involved by sponsoring a hole or donating a prize.”

Players meet at 9am for bacon rolls, with tee off scheduled for 10am. There are a number of awards to be won, including Hole in One, Best Individual prize and Nearest the Pin prize. These will be presented at the Awards Supper at the end of the day.

Entry to play costs £60 per person in teams of 4. To find out more about taking part or to sponsor a hole and advertise your business, please contact Tracey@starrtrust.com, call 01273 715882 or go to www.starrtrust.com.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Starr Trust, which supports individuals living in the BN post code area aged 10-18 to fulfil their potential in sports, arts and education by providing a helping hand to achieve their goals at a time when they really need it.

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