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The Nasio Trust Charity Golf Day
22nd September 2023

The Springs Golf Club, Wallingford Rd, North Stoke, Wallingford OX10 6BE, United Kingdom (Cost: £320 per team of 4 (£80 per person))

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The Nasio Trust Charity Golf Day
The Springs Golf Club, Wallingford Rd, North Stoke, Wallingford OX10 6BE, United Kingdom
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The Nasio Trust Charity Golf Day
22nd September 2023

We’re sure you’d like to have something fun in the diary to look forward to. Why not join us for the Nasio Trust annual charity golf day on September 22nd at The Springs Golf Club Wallingford?

The highly rated course at Springs, originally designed by former Ryder Cup captain Brian Huggart in 1998, is a GEO certified course in an area of outstanding natural beauty, covering 133 acres of beautiful parkland bordering the river Thames.

This year our event takes place just a week before the Ryder Cup begins, and will no doubt be a great opportunity for you to network with fellow golfers while you work your way around the breath-taking course.

The format is simple, a Stableford competition with teams of 4 (mixed, ladies or men). You can form your own team or come on your own, and we’ll team you up on the day.

It’s sure to be a fantastic day on an amazing course!

All proceeds will support our amazing work helping to break the cycle of poverty in Western Kenya.

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"The Nasio Trust has helped me possess what I never had. I pray to God that he may bless our sponsors abundantly for their good heart. I thank The Nasio Trust for their great determination."
Douglas Osore (supported by Nasio)

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