Lord Mayor’s charity golf day

David Johnston, president of the Leeds & District Union of Golf Clubs, Nigel Sweet, operations manager Wike Ridge Golf Club, Verlie McCann, chairman of the Leeds Children's Charity and the Lord Mayor of Leeds Councillor David Congreve launch the golf day. (S)

David Johnston, president of the Leeds & District Union of Golf Clubs, Nigel Sweet, operations manager Wike Ridge Golf Club, Verlie McCann, chairman of the Leeds Children's Charity and the Lord Mayor of Leeds Councillor David Congreve launch the golf day. (S)

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Golfers are being urged to not miss out on the chance to top the leaderboard at the 2015 Lord Mayor’s annual charity Golf Day.

Following a successful inaugural tournament in 2014, participants will once again be able to test their mettle as part of a four-person team against rival line-ups at the 18-hole competition, which is set to be held on Wike Ridge at Leeds Golf Centre on Thursday April 30, 2015.

As part of the £350 entry fee per team of four, those taking part will not only be treated to lunch, dinner and goodie bag prizes, they can also test their golfing abilities in a series of fun and testing challenges.

Held in support of the Lord Mayor of Leeds Coun David Congreve’s chosen charity, the Leeds Children’s Hospital Appeal, and the Leeds Children’s Charity, last year’s event was a sell-out and anyone wishing to take part is being urged to book early.

For further details email: lordmayorsoffice@leeds.gov.uk or phone 0113 2474194. Donations by text ‘LMCA01’ to 70070, or www.justgiving.com/lmca