If you fancy yourself as a bit of a Rory McIlroy, or a Jordan Spieth; or want to prove that your form has not declined like Tiger Woods; join us for the first ever Microlise Golf Day – in association with Transaid.
Taking place on the 28th September at Wrag Barn in Wiltshire, the inaugural event is being held to raise money for the transport industry’s charity, Transaid.
Transaid was founded by Save the Children, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), and its Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, to transform lives through safe, available and sustainable transport.
In September 2018, a team of eight from Microlise will take on the “Cycle Zambia” challenge, riding 490km over just five days, with the aim of raising funds to support Transaid’s work in Zambia and other developing nations.
Help us to achieve our fundraising target by taking on the challenging Wrag Barn par 72, 6622 yard course, which balances the natural contours of 205 acres of delightful Wiltshire countryside, with features to excite and test players of all skills and ambitions.
To ensure there is plenty to play for there will be prizes on offer for team winners, individual winners, longest drive, nearest the pin, beat the pro and for the chipping champion.
Running Order of the Day
09:00 – Arrival & Breakfast
09:30 – 9 Hole Texas Scramble
11:30 – Lunch Served
12:30 – 18 Hole Stableford
18:30 – Three Course Dinner, Prizes & Raffle
Enter a Team
To take advantage of the networking and to submit a team of four, the cost will be just £600 for a packed 27-hole day of golf at a superb course, raising money for a great cause. Holes can also be sponsored for a cost of £100.