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Sam's Great Golf Challenge Fundraising Page

The Great Golf Challenge
3 Aug 2018

Sam's Great Golf Challenge Fundraising Page

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Sam Rimington

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Me Jake and Adam are taking part in The Great Golf Challenge for Cancer Research UK!

In memory of

Megan Freer

Thanks for visiting our fundraising page. On August 3rd, I will be part of the team taking on four rounds of golf (72 holes) on one day to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Help me fund life-saving research by sponsoring me and together we can beat cancer sooner. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK. I chose the 3rd of August as it would of been my Nans birthday who we lost to cancer 2 years ago! People will think it’s just an excuse to have a day off work and play golf, but I’m aching the next day after playing 1 round so playing 4 is gonna kill me off! The plan is to start around 5am and hopefully be done the 72nd hole around 9pm! We are doing it at Beedles Lake Golf Course who have kindly let us do the challenge there. Would be great if we can get as much sponsorship as possible and for as many as you as possible to come meet us for a drink after we are done. We are gonna need it! Thanks!

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