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St George's Hill DEBRA Golf Day

St George's Hill DEBRA Golf Day

Where: St George's Hill Golf Club, Golf Club Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0NL

When: 26 April 2019


Information

Entry Fee: £720 per fourball. Includes breakfast baps & coffee, 18 holes of golf, 3 course lunch, auction and prize table.

Registration:  07:45 for 08:45 two-tee start

Format: Four-ball bowmaker, best two stableford scores to count on each hole, 3/4 handicap. 

Designed by Harry Colt in 1912 and carved out of heather and pine woodland, St George’s Hill comprises three very individual 9 hole loops, all starting and finishing by the clubhouse. DEBRA's competition is played over the better known Red and Blue nines.  All three nines are maintained and groomed to the same high standards with the putting surfaces all playing to the same constant speed. Each nine has its own signature Par 3, each of which would probably find a place on any comparable course in the UK, if not further afield. If you get a par on the Red 8th, the Blue 14th or the Green 2nd then you will have played very well indeed and should experience a challenging, scenic and, above all, a very enjoyable round of golf at St George's Hill.

 This event is a qualifier for the DEBRA Race to Mauritius 2019 

Please note: All the team spaces for this event are now reserved, If you would like to be added to the reserve list in case of withdrawals, please email golf@debra.org.uk

BOOK debra golf day PLACEs HERE

See photos from our 2018 visit here.

Read about the history of St George's Hill Golf Club here.

Information for visitors to St George's Hill Golf Club can be found here.

Visit the St George’s Hill Golf Club website here for more information on the course.

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Contact

Contact's name: Lucie Robson
Email: golf@debra.org.uk
Phone: 01344 771961

 

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