Warriors swap rugby balls for golf clubs to raise money for Acorns

Warriors players and coaching staff will swap rugby balls for golf clubs when they take part in the Warriors Acorns Charity Golf Day in April.

The event will take place at Gaudet Luce Golf Club near Droitwich on April 17 with all proceeds going to Acorns, Warriors’ long-term charity partner, who provide care for local life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their families.

Each of the teams taking part in the golf day will have the option of playing alongside a Warriors a player or coach for the day.

The day will start with registration at 9.30am with coffee and bacon rolls served on arrival.

The golf – four-balls including a Warrior – will start at 12pm and be played in a stableford format.

The day includes dinner, refreshments on the course provided by Wenlock Springs, Warriors’ preferred water supplier, Greene King IPA, Warriors’ main kit sponsor, and Thatcher’s and a goody bag of treats.

There will also be a raffle with prizes generously donated by Warriors’ partners and suppliers and a first free drink courtesy of Greene King IPA.

BMW have donated the prize for a hole-in-one on a par-three hole and there will also be prizes for  nearest-the-pin, longest drive and beat the pro on a par-three hole.

All teams will have a hole sponsored with company branding when they sign up

The cost is £499 plus VAT per team. Places can be booked by contacting Peter Turner at: peter.turner@warriors.co.uk or on 01905 459314.