Sense Golf Day
Sense 3rd Annual NEC Golf Day
Wednesday 13 July 2016
Buckinghamshire Golf Club, UB9 5PG
10am - midnight
The Sense golf day is a charity golf tournament with a difference. Part serious game of golf, part glamourous garden party we’re inviting attendees to partake in 18 holes at the beautiful Buckinghamshire Golf Club, followed by dinner and dancing under the stars. The course will be enlivened by live music and bars dotted around while dinner will feature a gourmet barbecue, live and silent auction, entertainment and a fantastic opportunity for networking. It provides a unique opportunity to play alongside pro and celebrity golfers at this highly prestigious venue and will include a blindfold putting competition and pro golf trick show too.
For non-golfers the evening event will be a celebration of good food and great drinks in a fabulous setting.
For golfers, the icing on the cake will be 18 holes at the fabulous Buckinghamshire Golf Club, host to European and Senior Tour Events, including the Anderson Consulting World Match play and the European Senior Championship. This year, they’re also hosting two professional competitions, the Open Regional Qualifier and the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters.
Team of four for golf and dinner £480
Dinner only £55
Fantastic sponsorship opportunities are available as well as a range of fabulous prizes in support of Sense so please talk to us about how you could promote your company and perhaps sponsor a hole or the longest drive on the day.
Tickets for the day and/or evening and further information on our sponsorship packages are available by calling Victoria on 0207 014 9250 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Day Celebrities
Luther Blissett is a former professional footballer and manager who played for the England national team during the 1980s. Born in Jamaica, Blissett played as a striker, and is best known for his time at Watford, whom he helped win promotion from the Fourth Division to the First Division. As of 2010, Blissett holds Watford's all-time records for appearances and goals, having played 503 games and scored 186 goals. After retiring from playing, Blissett turned to coaching, initially under the management of Graham Taylor at Watford, and managed Chesham United from 2006 until 2007.
He was initially famous in the London area as Capital Radio's breakfast presenter in the 1970s and 1980s, having joined from Radio City in Liverpool in 1975, and later worked for Virgin Radio.
Comments from the 2015 event…
“It was an outstanding day, brilliantly run and for a great cause, at a superb venue. Topped off with excellent weather it was great to be away from the laptop for a day.” Anton Vidal, Midwich Limited
“It was an absolute pleasure to attend with the Maverick Team. A thoroughly enjoyable day and extremely well organised. Congratulations on the total achieved on the day and Maverick look forward to our continued support of Sense.” Matt Keen, Maverick
First published: Friday 15 April 2016
Updated: Friday 15 April 2016