Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Charity Golf Day


The Bruntsfield Links
Friday 17 August 2018

Join Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home as we enjoy a fantastic day of golf at the prestigious Bruntsfield Links. All funds raised at the event will benefit the Home’s vital services to Edinburgh and The Lothians in rescuing, reuniting and rehoming unwanted, lost and abused dogs and cats.

The Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home Charity Golf Day team package includes:

  • Four players with full handicap (maximum 28)
  • 18 holes of golf - shotgun start - Stableford rules
  • Prizes for winning teams, nearest to the pin and longest drive
  • Pre-event tea, coffee and rolls to kick-start your day
  • Sit-down 2 course evening meal
  • Tee off at the fourth oldest golf society in the world and one of Scotland's most prestigious clubs

Event Programme

12:00pm – 1:30pm          Registration, Tea/Coffee & Rolls

2:00pm                                    18 Holes of Golf – Shotgun start

6:00pm                                    Post Drinks/Freshen Up

7:00pm                                    2 Course Evening Meal


Teams of 4: £500
Individual Entry: £125 (Team will be assigned)

Find Out More

To find out more about this event and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Calum Nicol
0131 669 5331

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