PLAY golf and raise money for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust

PUBLISHED: 14:00 12 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:17 10 June 2010

THE Devon Air Ambulance Trust's (DAAT) annual golf day is due to take place this year at the Exeter Golf and Country Club in Exeter.

THE Devon Air Ambulance Trust's (DAAT) annual golf day is due to take place this year at the Exeter Golf and Country Club in Exeter.

The charity is urging all keen golfers to come along to make this tournament a great success.

For only £160 for a team of four - including 18 holes of golf and a two-course evening meal, together with prize giving, and chances to win one of numerous prizes - it's a great value day out for all golfers.

Plus you get the feel-good factor of knowing you are helping to keep Devon's two air ambulances airborne.

Caroline Creer, fundraising director of the Devon Air Ambulance Trust, said: "We are asking the county's golfers to come along and help raise essential funds needed for Devon's two air ambulances.

"We receive fantastic support from the golfing community and have on occasion had to land on various club fairways in order to help ill or injured golfers!"

"If you aren't a golfer, you could still get involved on the day.

"For example your company could sponsor one of the 18 holes at only £50 a hole, with advertising space at your designated hole, or perhaps donate a prize for the raffle."

The golf tournament takes place on Thursday July 24 and team entry is £160 per team, which is an 18-hole four-ball team event Stableford 3/4 handicap, and also includes a two-course evening meal, followed by the prize giving.

Ladies add five shots after calculation (any combination - two scores to count per hole).

Entry forms are available to download via the DAAT's events website at www.devonairambulanceevents.co.uk by request via email at a.leaman@daat.org or by ringing Mandy on (01392) 466666.

If you would like to discuss sponsorship or donation of a raffle prize, contact Mandy Leaman on the above telephone number.


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