Welcome to the
Teenage Cancer Trust
Annual Golf Day 2020

When

Thursday 8th October 2020

Where

Centurion Golf Club, Hemel Hempstead,
St. Albans, HP3 8LA

about

Welcome to the Teenage Cancer Trust Annual Golf Day 2020. The day is a fundraiser to help raise money and awareness for the charity, which helps millions of young people every year.

We create world-class cancer services for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.

We know that having cancer at a young age comes with its own particular set of challenges. Our services put the needs of young people first and allow them to face those challenges together.

Schedule

9:00 AM

Access of all practise facilities

9:30 AM

Bacon Rolls, Tea & Coffee

10:00 AM

Intro and running order of day from your Host Adger Brown

10:30 AM

Shotgun start across 4 holes, Format best two Stapleford
(minimum 24 handicap)

TBC

Halfway House BBQ lunch

4:00 PM

2 course dinner

5:00 PM

Young person story

5:15 PM

Prizes and charity auction

6:00 PM

Carriages

Prizes

Winning
4 ball
Winning
Individual
Longest
Drive
Closest
to pin

the clubhouse

St. Albans

More than just a Golf Club, the resulting convivial atmosphere presents it's members
the opportunity to use the wide ranging services within the club building.

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18 hole golf course

The Course

Situated to the West of St Albans, the course has been open to members and guests since 2013.

Each hole is unique, and at 7,100 yards from the back tees it will challenge the very best golfers both in terms of their playing ability as well as their approach to the game.

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dining experience

The Menu

Offering a warm, welcoming and informal environment in elegant surroundings, dinning is available in the restaurant, private rooms and on the terrace.

Head Chef, Ian Chapman has created a selection of menus that are ingredient led, executed with simplicity, passion and seasonality.

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Ready to tee off?

#StillMe Campaign

Cancer, and cancer treatment, can have a huge impact on what your body looks like and how it works. And when you’re young, that can be especially tough to deal with.

Caroline, 24

'I always say it shouldn't have taken cancer to make me the person I am today.'

Daniel, 21

'Since 2016 my life has revolved around cancer. But cancer does not and has never defined me'.

How your support helps
Our cancer units
Events for young people

We make cancer journeys more bearable. Find out how you can make a difference.

Our specialist units bring young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts.

Find Your Sense of Tumour is an inspirational weekend event offering a mix of presentations, therapies and social activities.

Ready to make a difference?

Contact us

If you have any questions about our work, or want to
tell us something, we’d love to hear from you.

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