Tee Off with Gala Retail in support of Special Olympics Ireland

by | Jul 16, 2020 | 0 comments

Show your support for Special Olympics Ireland

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Special Olympics Ireland has teamed up with charity partner, Gala Retail to launch the first virtual-golf fundraising tournament!

They’re inviting golfers from across Ireland to get together a team of four players and tee-off for this special fundraising event that will help Special Olympics Ireland support more than 8,000 athletes across the country.

‘Make your round count’ by signing up and booking a tee time during the week of 19th – 26th July. There are lots of prizes up for grabs including a golf getaway for four people, the chance to play a four-ball with former Irish international rugby star, Keith Wood at Portmarnock Golf Club and four-balls at some of Ireland’s top golf courses as well as €600 worth of vouchers for McGuirks Golf.

WHAT’S INVOLVED?

This is a four-person team event based on the ‘Stableford’ scoring system.

  1. Register your team of four at www.specialolympics.ie and pay the registration fee of €300/£280 (all funds will go directly so Special Olympics Ireland).
  2. Book a tee time at the golf club of your choice for the tournament week which is Sunday 19th July to Sunday 26th July
  3. Record your teams’ top two scores from each hole on your score card, with the top 4 scores counted from the 18th
  4. Submit your score card for the chance to win one of the top prizes on offer

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Once registered you will be a sent confirmation email with details on how to record and submit your scores, information on prizes and an interview with our own Special Olympics gold-medal winning golfer, Mark Claffey, as well as details of the end of tournament prize-giving event.

Register now HERE

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