Taylor Made are delighted to be hosting this prestigious Pro-Celebrity Charity Golf and Gala Dinner.
The Hilton Ageas Bowl’s is due to open a picturesque 18-hole golf course, this summer.
It will mark one of the first opportunities for people to try out the par 69 parkland course and the first charity golf day to be held there.
Those who take part can expect to rub shoulders with some well-known faces too.
With a number of celebrities interested in picking up their clubs and getting involved.
About the event
The Taylor Made charity golf day will also feature a gala dinner in the evening.
There will be live music entertainment from Rufus Stone, plus other surprises.
Nigel Taylor, managing director of Taylor Made Computer Solutions, said:
“We’re full of ambition when it comes to business and we’re exactly the same when it comes to charity.
We’re pulling out all the stops to make the golf day a huge success and hope to grow it into one of the biggest and best charity golf days in the South in years to come.”
John Munro, chief executive of Wessex Heartbeat, said:
“We’re very excited to be the beneficiary of Taylor Made’s new golf day and gala dinner.
There’s already been a great deal of interest in the event, with golfers keen to be among the first to explore the course at the Hilton Ageas.”
To find out more about the event or book a place contact Tina at Wessex Heartbeat on 023 8070 6095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org