IAAF Golf Challenge returns to raise money for BEN

IAAF Golf Challenge returns to raise money for BEN

Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has announced it will once again be hosting its Team Golf Challenge, which will take place on July 5 at Worsley Park, Nr Manchester, and 10 August at Forest of Arden in Meriden, Warwickshire in aid of automotive trade charity, BEN.

IAAF supports BEN throughout the year by holding a variety of fundraising events including its upcoming annual cricket event on June 22 at Dorridge Cricket club near Solihull.

The federation’s annual awards dinner, held in December, recently raised more than £6000 on the night from guests.

The cost per team (four players) will be £325 +vat and will include:

  • Bacon Sandwich and coffee / tea on arrival
  • 18 holes of golf
  • Evening meal served after golf
  • Presentation of prizes to the winners on the day

Individual entries are also accepted at a cost of £85+vat per player.

The Company Team Challenge will be a four-ball format whereby the best two scores on each hole will score, and on all par three holes all four scores will count. The overall winning team across the two days’ play will be invited to the IAAF’s Annual Dinner and will be presented with their prizes.

Sponsorship opportunities are sold out at Forest of Arden, but the following remain for Worsley Park:

  • Nearest the Pin                                            £100 + cost of trophy (c. £50)
  • Longest drive                                               £100 + cost of trophy (c. £50)
  • Light refreshments sponsor                         £100

 

BEN is a charity exclusively available to those who work, or have worked, in the automotive industry, as well as their family dependents.

The golf events are already set to be hugely popular and those interested are encouraged to waste no time in signing up by contacting the IAAF head office: info@iaaf.co.uk.

 

For more information: www.iaaf.co.uk