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Sunday 26 Aug 2018
Limited places remaining for Irish FA Foundation Charity Golf Day

The event will raise funds for disability football programmes and is being supported by both current and former Northern Ireland players.

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A limited number of playing spaces remain for the Irish FA Foundation’s inaugural Charity Golf Day at Royal Belfast Golf Club on Sunday 9 September.

The event will raise funds for disability football programmes and is being supported by both current and former Northern Ireland players.

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill will also be among the guests playing 18 holes at the Cultra course.

Each team – the event will be played in the fourball format – will either feature a current international player or a Northern Ireland legend. And one group will get to play a round with the international senior men’s team boss.

The entry fee for golf is £500 per team. The day-long event will begin with a breakfast for all competitors and conclude with a prizegiving, dinner and after dinner speeches. And there will be goodie bags for each player.

Participating golfers will gather at Royal Belfast Golf Club at 11am for breakfast and tee-off time is midday.

To enter a team for the Irish FA Foundation Charity Golf Day competition please email andrea.milligan@irishfa.com.

Supporters also have the chance to attend the dinner only. A two-course dinner, wine and the chance to meet international legends is available for £55 per person.

There are also sponsorship opportunities at the event. For further details contact Andrea Milligan at andrea.milligan@irishfa.com.