Autism Hampshire raise money by playing golf

GolfAutism Hampshire, UK – teams have been invited to join former Hampshire and Middlesex cricketer, Shaun Udal,on his 6th Annual Celebrity Golf Day.

Mr Udal, who’s son Jack has autism, is an ambassador for Autism Hampshire, an independent regional charity that offers services and support to adults and children on the autistic spectrum.

The annual event raises thousands of pounds each year as well as raising autism awareness in the county.

The Hampshire Chronicle tells that there will be a shotgun start to the event at 11am. 18 holes will be played and then following this there will be a prize giving presentation before dinner and drinks.

Mr Udal said:

“I’m delighted and appreciate the support of the celebrities and companies that make the day possible.”

Events and Trust Fundraiser Hannah Godfrey said:logo

“This event is a highlight of our fundraising calendar and is always thoroughly enjoyed by all those who take part.”

The event will be held at the Old Thorns Golf and Country Estate in Liphook on March 27. It is sponsored by Peter Cooper Volkswagen and 21Six.

Team entry is £499 for three people, plus a celebrity (or a team of four if preferred).
The original article by Wesley Rock on the Hampshire Chronicle website can be found here