Great prizes on offer at charity golf event

Potts Pairs Golf Day for Katharine House Hospice at Tadmarton Heath Golf Club. Ralph Stewart. NNL-150923-105534001
Potts Pairs Golf Day for Katharine House Hospice at Tadmarton Heath Golf Club. Ralph Stewart. NNL-150923-105534001

There is still time to sign up for this year’s 18-hole charity pairs golf competition run by Tadmarton Heath Golf Club and the Banbury Guardian.

The William Potts Pairs Championship will take place on Friday, October 9, in support of Juniper Ward at the Horton General Hospital.

The money raised will be used for a specific piece of equipment that is used for the benefit of all patients on this ward.

This year’s competition will be over 18 holes, with prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd , nearest the pin and nearest the pin in 2.

To enter, contact Tadmarton Heath Golf Club 01608 737278 or download an entry form at www.tadmartongolf.com and go to ‘open 
competitions’. Entries close at noon on Friday, October 2.

Golf club general manager David Newman said: “After a little research, we find that one piece of equipment would make life a bit easier for the staff and give great benefit in patient care on Juniper Ward.

“So the Banbury Guardian and Tadmarton Heath Golf Club have again joined forces to raise a modest amount of money for a 
fluid analyser for this ward.”

If you could offer an 
auction prize to the event, contact David on 01608 737278 or e-mail secretary@
tadmar tongolf.com

Auction prizes already on offer include an 18 hole round over Woburn GC with PGA Tour player Gary Boyd and a round for two players with Senior PGA Tour winner Carl Mason at Tadmarton GC.

Club professionals John Stubbs (Tadmarton Heath), Jason Roberts Newman (Cherwell Edge), Tom Jones (Feldon Valley) and Danny Phillps (Cotswold Club), have all offered golf lessons. While four-ball rounds have been donated by Cotswold Hills, Magnolia Park, Tadmarton Heath and Cherwell Edge golf clubs.

Hampton international Estate Agents have donated a prize to play with former Arsenal legends David Seaman and Nigel Winterburn at Moorpark GC.

See more in next week’s Banbury Guardian.