Royal & Awesome adds Sparks
Royal & Awesome adds Sparks to childrern’s charity fundraiser
Golfers participating in a fundraising 72-hole golfing marathon at Fulwell GC, in June, will be able to add a dash of colour after Royal & Awesome – Scotland’s spectacular golf clothing brand – teamed up with organiser Sparks, the children’s medical research charity.
Eighteen teams will attempt the gruelling endurance test, from dawn to dusk on Monday, June 23, at the Twickenham venue. Each competitor will be provided with a pair of Royal & Awesome trousers, food and drink during the day, and a well-earned celebration to finish.
But it’s not just at Fulwell where golfers can raise valuable funds – or look awesome.
The Sparks Challenge – playing 72 holes in one day this summer at one or more golf courses – may be completed at a golf club of the participants’ choice, with Royal & Awesome rewarding teams, of two or more players, who raise a minimum £400 for the charity, with a free pair of trousers for each team member.
Since 1991, Sparks – the country’s leading children’s medical research charity – has raised more than £26m through initiatives to fund vital research and this new partnership will see Royal & Awesome support the charity’s golf and events throughout 2014, aiming to raise valuable funds for life-saving medical research.
Royal & Awesome’s range of eye-catching golf trousers, shorts and hats is ‘perfect for the pars and the bars’. The brand also boasts a collection of plus-twos as well as women’s trousers, shorts and skorts in dazzling designs, complemented by a selection of shirts, socks and belts.
The ‘Awesomes’ – the brand’s range of brightly designed golf trousers – build on the wonderful heritage and history of golf in Scotland by adding a whole lot of fun and colour, and are guaranteed to make an impact on the course, the clubhouse or the corporate jolly. All of the ‘bottoms’ come with a free golf tool/bottle opener, which is a nod to the strap line of ‘for the pars and the bars’.
To register for the challenge or to find out more, visit www.sparks.org.uk/golf.