20 Jul
  • By Tom Hesketh
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Robbie Fowler Golf Day

On 5th June 2017, Impulse Decisions hosted the inaugural Robbie Fowler Charity Golf Day at Caldy Golf Course, situated at the end of the Wirral Peninsula, alongside the River Dee. Showcasing breath-taking views from the higher cliff top holes and stretching as far as the Hilbre Islands and the coast of Wales. The course was a fantastic venue for the event and players on the day definitely enjoyed the variety and diversity that the course had to offer. The event was in aid of the On Course Foundation, Zoe’s Place and sponsored by Fun88

The day commenced with registration, coffee and bacon rolls in the club house, a welcome start to any golf day. Guests were warmly greeted by golf club and Impulse Decisions staff, before registering their teams and collecting their free T-shirts and complimentary goody bags. During this time guests on the day were given the chance to eat, drink, socialise and discuss the team tactics for the day!

After the registration process and ‘light’ breakfast, the guests were invited to enjoy a trick shot show hosted by the one and only No. 1 Trick Shot Maestro, Dave Edwards. The forty-five-minute display showcased around-the-clock witty banter, audience interaction and of course the world-famous trick shots. Guests were invited to the stage to put their handicaps on display and give some of Dave’s world famous shots a try (or two).

After the display, guests prepared themselves for the tremendous day of golf ahead. A quick shotgun start and the teams hit the course. Our PGA golf professional challenged the golfers to beat the pro on the short 16th hole, there were other prizes on the day for nearest the pin and longest drive, as well as prizes for the best performing individuals.

Following the golf, guests returned back to the club house, where they regrouped and grabbed a well-earned beer after the day’s events before heading to the changing rooms to get ready for the night’s festivities. A stunning three course meal was enjoyed by all, as well as a main and silent auction being put on display.