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British Heart Foundation Encourages Youngsters to Get in the Swing for Exciting Golf Fundraiser

The British Heart Foundation is a major national charity, which plays a leading role in the fight against heart and circulatory disease, the UK's biggest killer. It is the largest independent funder of heart research in this country. The Foundation also plays an important role in funding education, both of public and of health professionals, and in providing life-saving cardiac equipment and support for rehabilitation and patient care. It receives no Government funding.

Top scoring team for last year's finals - Harbourne Church Farm Golf Club from Birmingham

WHO? The British Heart Foundation (BHF) needs more young golfers to 'get in the swing' and take part in this year's BHF Junior Golf Championship.

WHAT? The BHF Junior Golf Championship is open to all under 18s who play golf at a school or golf club and teams must consist of three people. Participants get to play on some of the UK's finest golf courses as well as have the opportunity to win a number of great prizes.

WHY? Junior Golf is a fundraising initiative. Money raised by participants will help the BHF continue to fight coronary heart disease - the UK's single biggest killer.

WHEN? Championship Preliminary Rounds take place between March and May, with the National Final staged at the prestigious Belfry in September - the venue for the Ryder Cup.

CONTACT: To receive an information pack about the Championship call 020 7487 7179.

 

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