Crown Golf has shown its support for the National Golf Club Challenge with all 30 of its clubs set to take part in the charity event in aid of Help for Heroes.

The UK’s largest golf operator has clubs up and down the country such as Eccleston Park in the north of England and St Mellion International Resort in Cornwall.

The National Golf Club Challenge, on course to becoming the UK’s biggest amateur charity golf event, will unite hundreds of golf clubs, and thousands of golfers on July 24-25 to compete and together raise over £1 million for the Help for Heroes charity.

“We are happy to commit our full support to the National Golf Club Challenge,” said Crown Golf’s Stephen Lewis. “We have set fund-raising targets for all 30 clubs, and the entire company is excited about getting behind this extremely worthy cause.”

The National Golf Club Challenge involves an event at each participating golf club, with each club turning the day into their own charity golf event. The competing clubs will submit their aggregate scores from their best scoring ten 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, is set to be a superb event, featuring a practice day, golf clinic, overnight accommodation, the final competition and a gala dinner, including guest speakers and the prize presentations.

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