Charity Golf Day with Spurs Legends: Supporting Focus on Mental Illness

Get ready to tee off for a good cause! Focus on Mental Illness invites you to a special Charity Golf Day on May 22nd, 2024, at the beautiful La Moye Golf Club. This unique event, supported by sponsors including UBS, Bespoke Treasury, and SGB-Amanah, combines the love of golf with the opportunity to support an important cause.

Highlighting the event will be the participation of eight Spurs legends, celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Spurs' UEFA Cup win in 1984. Fans and participants will have the rare chance to meet, play, and dine with football heroes such as Ossie Ardiles and Ricardo Villa, Argentinian World Cup winners, along with Pat Jennings, Steve Perryman, Graham Roberts, Mark Falco, Micky Hazard and Paul Miller.

The day's schedule begins with arrivals at 12pm for some welcoming tea, coffee, and bacon rolls, leading into a 1pm shotgun start. The tournament format includes 18 teams of four, with seven  teams enjoying the company of a celebrity player. These special teams, composed of three company representatives and one celebrity, can join for £1500. The remaining eleven teams are set at £1000 each.

Awards await for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers, alongside accolades for Best Men's, Best Ladies', Closest to the Pin, Beat the Pro, and Longest Drive. Beyond the golf, your day includes green fees, refreshments at the halfway point, a three-course dinner, and a prize-giving ceremony.

The event also features a Q&A session with the Spurs legends, offering attendees a closer look into their illustrious careers. The day will also be enriched with photo opportunities, a charity raffle, and an auction, all in support of Focus on Mental Illness.

This Charity Golf Day is more than just an event; it's an opportunity to stand together for mental health, supporting Focus on Mental Illness with our vision for every person in Jersey severely affected by mental illness to fulfil their potential and participate in all aspects of life. We are on a mission to improve the quality of life of people affected by mental illness.



Gary Bellot

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