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Places are still available for Stoke Park Country Club & Spa's charity PGA pro-am in September, in support of the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.

The competition, which takes place on Thursday, September 13, will see professionals battling it out for a £12,500 prize fund, while also competing, with their amateurs, for the team title.

The entry fee includes a welcome gift, coffee and a breakfast bap on arrival, 18 holes of golf, a three-course meal and individual prizes. The number of participating teams is limited to 48. Hole sponsorships are also available.

Team entry costs £660 and must be registered before August 22.

The Maidenhead-based Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service funds ‘Alexander's Nurses' who support families across Berkshire in their own homes, providing much needed respite, palliative care, emotional and practical support. The service is working towards building Berkshire's very own children's hospice for these families, which will be supported by a home care team.

Voted the number one golf resort in England, in the inaugural Golf World ‘Top 100 Resorts in UK & Ireland' ranking in 2017, the historic Stoke Park - one of just two five-AA Red Star golf clubs in England - boasts 27 Harry Colt-designed holes and a thriving golf club with around 850 members.

Set within 300 acres of mid-19th century Lancelot ‘Capability' Brown-landscaped parkland, in Stoke Poges, Bucks, Stoke Park is only 35 minutes from London and seven miles from Heathrow Airport. The historic land on which it stands is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 and the celebrated course played host to the PGA Matchplay in 1910 and, even more famously, the golf match between Sean Connery's James Bond and Auric Goldfinger, in the 1964 film, Goldfinger.

n To enter the Stoke Park pro-am or for further information on advertising via hole sponsorship, to raise funds for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service, please call Kelly Gorry, golf secretary on 01753 71716 or email |

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