Win a year's free golf
PUBLISHED: 17:10 18 March 2009 | UPDATED: 16:19 25 August 2010
Broke Hill Golf Club, near Knockholt, has teamed up with the Kentish Times to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a year s free golf at the highly-rated golfing venue.
Broke Hill Golf Club, near Knockholt, has teamed up with the Kentish Times to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a year's free golf at the highly-rated golfing venue.
The winner of the prize - worth over £1,000 - will enjoy unlimited golf at the club in the rolling Kent countryside, as well as free golf at 32 other Crown Golf clubs from Monday to Friday and a 20 per cent discount off their weekend green fees.
Broke Hill Golf Club offers a challenging 18-hole golf course, excellent practice facilities, tuition, equipment hire, and a golf shop.
There is also a bar and restaurant in addition to function and conference rooms.
The club is part of the Crown Golf group, the UK's largest golf course owner/operator with 33 properties in its portfolio and more than 50 courses.
To find out more about Broke Hill Golf Club, call Gary Blunden on 01959 533225 x 2 or visit www.brokehillgolfclub.co.uk.
To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, simply answer the following question:
How many yards in length is Broke Hill golf course?
Send your answer to us at the following address, by Friday, March 27. Please include your name, address and phone number. Write to: Tracy Thomas, BROKE HILL GOLF Competition, Kentish Times series, Roxby House, Station Road, Sidcup, Kent, DA15 7EJ. (Usual Kentish Times competition rules apply. The Editor's decision is final)
For a second chance to win a year's free golf at Broke Hill GC, play at the course before 01 May 2009, quoting "Kentish Times" when booking your tee time and you will be entered into a free prize draw.
(Valid for play after 11am only.)