GIMA Charity Golf Day returns this summer

As lockdown restrictions ease and golf clubs reopen, GIMA has confirmed its Golf Charity Day will be making its return on Wednesday 9 June at the Belton Woods Hotel & Golf Course in Grantham.

This charity fundraising and team building event will see teams reunited on the course with prizes up for grabs for the usual spot games and ‘Beat the Pro’, as well as a special prize for any golfer who gets a hole-in-one. Golfers can enter individually or as a team of four, together testing their mettle on the 6,623-yard course that carries a par 73 handicap.

Whilst adhering to current government COVID guidelines, participants can also enjoy a barbeque post-golf (seated and table service only), whilst an informal prize giving will also take place where the winners of the day are celebrated. A raffle for the 2021 beneficiary charity – Greenfingers – will round off the day’s events. Golfers are also welcome to stay at the hotel thanks to a special discounted rate*.

As always, the GIMA Charity Golf Day will also offer a number of key sponsorship opportunities for brands wanting to support the event. Sponsorship packages include ‘nearest the pin’, ‘longest drive’, ‘straightest drive’ and ‘hole-in-one’. Brands can also sponsor a hole, drinks stations, booby prizes and golf balls for additional brand awareness opportunities.

GIMA director, Vicky Nuttall said: “We are so looking forward to welcoming golfers back to our annual GIMA Golf Charity Day. The Golf Day has always been a hugely popular event and we know it has been missed. We hope many will be able to join us, to not only raise vital funds for the highly deserving Greenfingers charity, but also to enjoy what we hope is the first event in our journey towards a new normal. We’ll see you on the fairway!”

To join the GIMA Charity Gold Day please visit click here. Prices to play and enjoy the post-round barbeque from just £65+VAT.

* discounted rate only valid until 12 May 2021

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