Ten reasons to compete in the Fairway Charity Golf Open

18 March 2011

(PRESS RELEASE) -- There are hundreds of reasons to play golf, but playing for charity has to be at the top of the list. With planning well underway for the Fairway Charity Golf Open, we thought we’d highlight exactly why golf is so good for the soul, and why you should play in the Fairway Charity Golf Open, which benefits the Children First Foundation. Here are 10 reasons why you should play at this charity event on a Ryder Cup course:

1. Consider a round of golf for your corporate hospitality.A much healthier way to entertain your new and existing clients and to get to know them on a more personal level.

2. Business deals are conducted every single day on a golf course. Where else can you actively play a sport and not be too out of breath to seal the deal?

3. It’s for a good cause. So please get in touch and help us make this a hugely successful charity initiative.

4. Camaraderie is easy on the golf course. You can meet up with old acquaintances and make new ones on the course then back at the bar afterwards.

5. The game of golf is a great character builder. Since it can be frustrating at times, you’ll have plenty of practice learning to control your temper and being a good sport.

6. Golf is good for your competitive spirit. Keep score and don’t forget to count every putt.

7. Golf is a challenging sport. Many professional golfers admit that it’s a game of misses, so no one is perfect and everyone has room to improve.

8. Handicaps systems. Golf is one of the only sports where beginners can take on the seasoned pros all at the same level.

9. Travel for golf. You can always enjoy your business trips more if you have a round of golf to look forward to as part of the trip.

10. The exercise factor is high. Whether you walk the course or take a cart, you’re still moving and getting a workout without too much effort. Just try not to drink more calories than you burn.

About the Open

The Fairway Charity Golf Open takes place on Tuesday 24th May 2011 at the prestigious K Club Golf Resort, which is situated just forty minutes from Dublin City Centre. Twenty five teams will tee off at 11 a.m. on The Palmer Ryder Cup Course, internationally recognized as one of Europe’s finest Championship Courses.

The Fairway Charity Golf Open has partnered with the Children First Foundation, a charity that works with disadvantaged families throughout Ireland. All donations and funds raised by the Golf Open will be donated to this charity. A variety of sponsorship packages are available and for more information or to register your team, please contact Esther@GameOn-Marketing.com

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