IFAonline has two places to give away at the annual Variety Club Sunshine Golf Classic, which raises money for disadvantaged children.
The Variety Club is being held on 12 July at the legendary West course at Wentworth.
Celebrities, including ex-minder actor Dennis Waterman are lining up to play alongside industry teams and the day will be completed with a champagne reception and gala dinner with cabaret.
There is still also time to buy a place for a team of three, who will be accompanied by a celebrity, at a cost of £2700, with all the proceeds going to the charity.
Event organiser David Harris said: “Last year we presented the Variety Club with 20 sunshine coaches which are being used by disadvantaged and disabled children. This year we hope to do even better.”
After a hearty golfer’s breakfast players will tackle the 18 holes of the Burma Road course.
Prizes will be presented to the top three teams and there will be special awards on particular holes for achievements like the longest putt and getting closest to the hole.
Last year the line-up included Sir Henry Cooper, Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Geoff Hurst, Jimmy Tarbuck, Ronnie Corbett, Jasper Carrott, Russ Abbot, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Ray Clemence.
Companies interested in entering should call 02075377489 or email [email protected]
To stand a chance of winning a place, simply email your name, address, phone number and gold handicap to [email protected]IFAonline
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