Brean Golf Club will once again be holding a Sport Celebrity Am Tournament in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund. The event was due to celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2020, which was cancelled due the pandemic and will now take place on Wednesday 21st July 2021.
Jonathan Powell, who represents the Injured Jockeys Fund said ‘We always look forward to this event down at Brean and the House family thanks to their love of Racing over the many years have already raised in excess of £50,000 for us from this event’.
This fantastic day will be a great chance to raise funds whilst having fun on the course!
Some of the sporting Celebrities already lined up to grace the Brean fairways again this year include double Grand National winner Carl Llewellyn, former Somerset and now Notts Cricketer Peter Trego, recently retired rugby star Matt Banahan, BBC Radio Presenter Geoff Twentyman, Twentyman’s ex Bristol Rovers team mate Tony Pounder and former World Darts Champion Bob Anderson to name just a few.
The event is almost full with only one team space available but there are still opportunities to get involved by sponsoring a hole on the day. Please contact Andrew March on 01278 752111 option 1 or via firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Everyone now is just hoping that the restrictions are lifted allow the event to run safely and be a success once again for the Charities!