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Golf Open 2024
Golf Open 2024

Tue, 20 Aug

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The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel & Spa

Golf Open 2024

Join us for the annual Sport Parkinson's Golf Open 2024

Time & Location

20 Aug 2024, 10:00 – 21 Aug 2024, 16:00

The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel & Spa, Rycote Ln, Milton Common, Thame OX9 2PU, UK

About The Event

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE FOR THIS EVENT - Tuesday 20th & Wednesday 21st August 2024

Join us for two days of competitive golf at The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel & Spa.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. To register your interest, please click the register button below and enter your contact details.

What's included:

Day 1 - Tuesday 20th August

18 holes, buggies available on request

3 course dinner in the evening

Bed & breakfast hotel accommodation @ The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel & Spa with free use of leisure facilities

Day 2 - Wednesday 21st August

18 holes, buggies available on request

£219 per person, based on two golfers sharing a hotel room

£279 per person for single occupancy

FREE beginners golf clinic - Tuesday 20th August

Also on Day 1, we are hosting a FREE, three hour golf clinic for beginners.

No registered handicap or previous golf experience is required to take part in the beginners golf clinic – if you fancy trying golf then this event is for you!  We also welcome experienced golfers from the Parkinson's community.

Places for the FREE beginners golf clinic are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.  To register your interest please click the register button below and fill in your details.

Register

  • Request to attend

    Thank you for registering your interest to attend the Sport Parkinson's Golf Open 2024

    £0.00

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 If you would like to make a donation to Sport Parkinson's please click the donate button below & thank you for your continued support! 

Join The Fun

"It has been clinically proven that just 2 ½ hours of vigorous exercise per week slows down the progression of PD and can decrease symptoms".

Miriam R Rafferty, of Northwestern University and Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Journal of Parkinson’s Disease

Our events foster community spirit, provide support, and offer forums for expert advice. We stage events throughout the year to encourage people of all abilities, experiences, and PD progression to participate, and to find the courage to continue or re-start sports that may have been given up because of a Parkinson’s diagnosis. 

 

All events provide a safe, inclusive, and fun environment.

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