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Golfers to raise money in aid of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance




Belton Woods Seniors golf captain Ray Woodcock with paramedic Rich Irwin of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance.
Belton Woods Seniors golf captain Ray Woodcock with paramedic Rich Irwin of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance.

A round of golf and a night’s bed and breakfast at Forest Pines Golf Resort in Yorkshire and Humberside are up for grabs in the Belton Woods Seniors’ charity golf open competition – Pairs Betterball Stableford – on May 31.

The event is being held in aid of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance, which was chosen by Belton Woods Seniors’ section as the charity to support throughout 2017 with a host of fund-raising events.

Lincolnshire community fund-raiser Faye Nam said: “It is fantastic that Belton Woods Seniors’ section has chosen to support our charity throughout the year.

“We receive no government or National Lottery funding so events like this are vital in ensuring we can continue to save lives in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire for years to come.”

As well as the main prize, there will also be prizes up for grabs in two combined age groups – up to 130 and 131 and above.

Competitors must be over 55 and have a current active handicap certificate.

Entry is £45 per pair (or £17.50 per person, members only rate). This includes tea and coffee on arrival, 18 holes of golf on the Championship Lakes Course, a 9.30am shotgun start, half-way refreshments, two-course meal and presentation.

Entry forms are available from Belton Woods golf shop or by calling 01476 514340 or emailing beltongolfevents@qhotels.co.uk

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