Warriors are giving golfers the rare opportunity to experience Ryder Cup venue Celtic Manor for this year’s Charity Golf Day.
Celtic Manor, near Newport, was the venue for the 2010 Ryder Cup when Europe retained the trophy with Graeme McDowell beating Hunter Mahan of the United States three and one in the final match.
The prestigious venue, which is in easy reach of Worcester, will now play host to Warriors Charity Golf Day on Wednesday April 29.
Warriors players, including club Acorns Ambassador Chris Pennell, Marco Mama, Perry Humphreys and Scott van Breda, will be swapping rugby balls for golf clubs to take part in the day.
Keen golfers and Warriors supporters can join them on the Roman Road Course at Celtic Manor and help to raise funds for Warriors Community Foundation, the charitable arm of Worcester Warriors, and Acorns Children’s Hospice, the club’s charity partner.
Warriors Community Foundation exists to build a legacy for sport, education, health and social cohesion within local communities.
Acorns provides a network of specialist palliative nursing care and support for babies, children and young people aged 0-18 years who have life-threatening or life-limiting conditions and associated complex needs.
Each team at the Warriors Charity Golf Day will include a Warriors player, coach or club legend for the four-ball Stableford competition.
The cost is £395 per team, plus VAT, which includes bacon rolls, tea and coffee on arrival, a two-course dinner, evening entertainment, one buggy per team and competitions, auctions and a raffle.
There will also be competitions for Beat The Pro, Nearest The Pin, Longest Drive and Putting for a donation.
Sponsorship of each tee on the course is available for £100 plus VAT.
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