Age Scotland opens up golf day spots

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Age Scotland

Age Scotland is welcoming entrants for its inaugural charity golf day, the Age Scotland Masters, with teams of four invited to participate in the event at Deer Park Golf and Country Club.


Age Scotland is part of the UK-wide Age Network, which is an independent charity dedicated to ensuring that older people in Scotland get the support and opportunities they need to be able to enjoy a better later life.

The cost per team of four for the day is £375, with it kicking off around 9am with bacon sandwiches and coffee to sustain you for the subsequent 18 holes of golf, with competitions on each ranging from the usual longest drive and nearest to the pin, to shortest drive and furthest right, making the Age Scotland Masters fun for players of all abilities.

There will be Stableford individual and team prizes as well as the 18 competition hole prizes up for grabs, with a special golfers high tea in the clubhouse in the afternoon, after which the prizes will be presented.

To book your place, help sponsor the event or provide a raffle prize, email alisdair.caulfield@agescotland.org.uk or visit agescotland.org for more information.

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