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Stars line up for Sir Ian Botham Charity Golf Classic

Over 30 personalities from the world of sport and show business are practising their swing in preparation for the ‘Sir Ian Botham Charity Golf Classic’, sponsored by Qire.

The ‘Sir Ian Botham Charity Golf Classic’ is taking place on Sunday 16th September, 2007 at Mere Golf and Country Club, Cheshire and is hoping to raise £50,000 for Leukaemia Research.

Sir Ian Botham himself will be hosting the celebrity-am event, which promises to be full of excitement as celebrities join forces with amateur golfers to put on a fantastic day of golf, whilst raising money for Leukaemia Research. As the president and a tireless fundraiser for the charity, Sir Ian Botham is putting his golfing skills to good use to raise much-needed funds for the worthwhile cause.

On the day, spectators will be able to see stars including the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish, Tim Healy, Ian Rush, Dennis Waterman, Sir Bobby Charlton and Dennis Taylor try their luck on the course. Businesses can also enter a team into the event; for those that fancy their chances against such competition, why not enter three players with a maximum handicap of 20 to raise money for a good cause and soak up the atmosphere of the day.

This will be an occasion not to be missed for any keen golfer; open for all to watch! To join in with the day and help make a contribution to Leukaemia Research simply come along on the day, tickets are £5 for adults and free for children. For further information on the event or to find out how to enter a team please contact GB Events on 01565 832 011 or email geoff@gb-events.co.uk.


August 22, 2007

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