Update: Event postponed until spring 2022.
Golf that does good: Our popular golf championship is back for 2021 and open for team bookings.
On 10 September, get a team together and spend the day golfing at the beautiful Budock Vean Hotel on the shores of the Helford River. It’s a great opportunity to get together with friends and raise money to help Children’s Sailing Trust create opportunities for financially and physically accessible sailing and watersports for children in Cornwall.
If you’re interested in sponsoring a tee, providing a raffle prize or would just like to chat about how you can help make a difference, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 10 September
12 teams of 4 available
Arrive from 11.00, lunch from 11.30, 10 minute gap in Tee off times from 12.00 pm. Approximate 4 hours of play
£20 per person for Budock Vean Members. £30 per person for non-members
Children’s Sailing Trust is the charity that creates opportunities for children to try watersports who might not normally get the chance, despite living so close to our coast.
By taking part in this event, you’ll be helping our charity to continue giving hundreds of children each year life-affirming time out on the Helford River, learning about sailing, the world around them and all that they are capable of.
Originally designed back in the 1920’s by five times Open Winner, James Braid, Budock Vean’s golf course is set in mature parkland with the first tee a few paces from the hotel’s golf bag room.
A greensome format will be followed at this event. More information on this fun format can be found here.
The Golf club will be following appropriate Covid-19 guidance and rules according to the situation at the time.
“It’s not just about teaching sailing. It’s using sailing as a way to develop confidence, competence and resilience within children. There’s so many benefits to it.”
– Children’s Sailing Trust CEO Simon Osborne, August 2021
Register your team and secure your spot on the course by completing this form at this link here.