Hillside has become the 200th golf club to sign up for the National Golf Club Challenge, which will take place at golf courses throughout the UK on July 24-25, in support of Help for Heroes.

The National Golf Club Challenge is on course to become the largest amateur golf event to take place in the UK, and Hillside – ranked number 32 in Golf Monthly’s Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland – has joined a growing list of partcipating clubs.

The National Golf Club Challenge will give golfers up and down the country the opportunity to compete for some outstanding prizes – including golfing holidays to Egypt – and the right to call themselves “The 2010 National Golf Club Challenge Champions” winning the stunning ‘Lee Westwood Cup’. 

The Challenge will coincide with each participating golf club’s monthly stableford event, with each club turning the day into its own charity golf event, raising much needed funds for Help for Heroes.

Competing clubs will submit their aggregate scores from its ten best scoring players. This will determine the top six golf clubs against standard scratch, who will then be invited to compete in the National Final.

The Grand Final, sponsored by YourGolfTravel.com, will be the conclusion of the 2010 National Golf Club Challenge and involves a two-day event at The Belfry.

For more information on the National Golf Club Challenge, including how to enter your golf club, go to nationalgolfclubchallenge.org.uk or ngcc2010.com

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