Alwoodley Golf Day

The details

  • 11 May 2023 involves a shot gun start 1pm.
  • Four ball round of golf followed by welcome drink and 3 course dining in the club house.
  • golf ‘games’ during play, a speaker and silent auction over dinner
  • Early bird(ie) ticket price: £900

The opportunity to play a round of golf at Alwoodley Golf Club in Leeds is rare.

Three occasions a year to be precise one of which is at their charity event. Next year this is for Sense.

Alwoodley Golf club is one of the UKs finest inland golf courses and is a private members club which is one of the six qualifying courses for The Open so what a chance to swing those clubs in style.

We have an early bird offer of £900 for the fourball places, dining and drinks. The greens fees alone are currently worth £700 and by the event next year will be £800. After the early bird offer finishes, the ticket price rises to £1000.

  • About us

    Sense is here for everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind.

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    Supporting individuals

    Everything we do supports individuals to express themselves, to develop their skills and confidence, to make choices and to live a full life.

  • Children and families

    We help families and children have the best start to life. We support people to live independently and keep learning throughout their lives.

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    We help people find a route out of loneliness- more than 77% of young people with disability say that they feel isolated on a daily basis.

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    Our work

    We’re committed to spreading the word about our vital work and to ensuring those who are deafblind or living with complex disabilities have their voice heard.

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    Our work is national

    All of this expertise happens both locally in the Leeds area and nationally and that is why Alwoodley are supporting the brilliant work of Sense.

  • Our goal

    Our goal is to support ten times more people living with complex disabilities by 2026 and the Leeds area has exciting developments ahead with the opening of a new hub to enable such aims.