IPPA sponsors MACS

The IPPA – International Pitch & Putt Association, following one of its missions, will sponsor the very noble cause of MACS through a donation to this charitable foundation.

IPPA will sponsor the PITCH & PUTT COMPETITON & CHARITY FUN DAY, which will take place on 6th April at Lullingstone Park Golf Course, Chelsfield, England, and will be hosted by Chris Nason, an “old friend” and member of IPPA.
The elite Pitch & Putt players will play 36 holes of Pitch & Putt competition for “The MACS Charity Cup“. Later on the same course a 9 hole Fun Competition will take place and all proceeds going to MACS Charity.
During the day there will also be small chipping & putting contests taking place around the practice green, along with drinks & cake stall, and a photographer will be around to catch “those special moments”.

Main Competition
36 holes (Please be at the course for 8.30am). Tee off will be at 9am
– £ 12 to enter (adults)
– £ 9 (juniors)
Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Top Lady, Senior top, junior top & nearest the pin
Fun Competition
9 holes (more if you like). Turn up & play from 12.30pm
– £ 9 to enter or play (adults)
– £ 7 (juniors)
Prizes for 1st, 2nd 3rd, top lady, top senior, top junior, nearest the pin & Best dressed golfer prize.

With Thanks to our Event Sponsors:

  • IPPA & Peace & Sport: Main Competition Trophies Sponsor
  • Oshino Lamps & Leds: Fun Competition Trophies Sponsor
  • Blackfen Chiropractic Clinic: 2x Massage Prizes
  • St Andrews Golf, Scotland: “The Open” Merchandise Prizes
  • Wonderland Sprinkles: Cake Raffle & Drink and Cake Stall
  • L & G Signs Limited: Flyers, Flags, Tee markers & Banners.

Note: Chris Nason will also be running for MACS Charity in this year London Marathon.

Please take a look at Chris Nason’s fundraising page and help him raise awareness & funds for these poor children …. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Chris-Nasty-Nason

About MACS

We support children and adults who have one of, or sometimes a combination of, three eye conditions: Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma.

Some people with a MACS condition are blind, others have a degree of light perception, and some may be blind in one eye with some, or even good, sight in the other eye. The conditions develop during pregnancy and are often associated with other congenital (present at birth) disorders such as endocrine or heart problems. Some people with a MACS condition also have learning and developmental difficulties and behavioural problems.

Around 80-90 children are born with a MACS condition in the UK every year.

More information in https://macs.org.uk/