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Fulford Heath Golf Club

Our next golf society event

BUNGS Memorial Salver
Thursday 23rd May 2019
Fulford Heath Golf Club, Birmingham

The next BUNGS event takes place at Fulford Heath Golf Club, Birmingham on Thursday 23rd May where we will be competing for the BUNGS Memorial Salver (18 hole stableford).

This day will cost £55 and includes:
Coffee and bacon sandwich on arrival (9.00 - 9.15)
9 hole practice (1st tee time 10.00)
Soup and sandwich lunch (from 12.00)
18 hole stableford (1st tee-time 1.00)
Two course meal followed by prize giving (7.00 - 7.30 approx)
Meal to be confirmed

If you wish to attend this event, please return your full payment of £55 by no later than Thursday 16th May.

Please note that jacket, shirt and tie are not required for the evening meal but a change of clothes should be worn, please see the clubs dress code on their website to see what is acceptable.

This day will be limited to a maximum of 42 people so send your payments early. No places will be reserved until full payment has been received.

Fulford Heath Golf Club is a mature parkland course with two classic par threes as its focal point. One of the par threes, incidentally, requires a 140-yard carry over a lake. The par fives, as you would expect, will test your long iron play and are well protected around the greens by some clever bunkering. Fulford Heath was designed by James Braid and opened in 1933. The course presents a challenge for all golfers, with the River Cole, three lakes and mature trees featuring throughout the course. Particular favourites are the 12th hole, where the river presents a constant menace, whilst the elevated green of the par three 16th is reached by playing over a lake .

I look forward to seeing you all on the 23rd.

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