GWCT Suffolk Golf Raffle

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A Round of Golf for 4 Players at Woburn

Very kindly donated by His Grace The Duke of Bedford

A unique opportunity for 4 players* to play one of the land’s most celebrated courses. 

Since the Duke’s Course opened in 1976, the club has hosted the British Masters, the British Ladies’ Open among several other classic golf tours. Woburn now boasts three Par 72 championship courses (Duke, Duchess and Marquess) among the woodlands of the Woburn Abbey estate. 

The lucky winner will be able to invite three friends to enjoy a wonderful day of golf on the course and the date** of their choosing and with a complimentary lunch*** also provided at Woburn Golf Club. 

Tickets £20 each
limited to 250 tickets

Under Gambling Commission rules we can only accept payment by Debit card.

Enter with Debit Card >>

For more information please contact Neil Graham at

Draw date Wednesday 21 October
*  Players must have accredited handicap
**  8 weeks’ notice of preferred date please
***  Subject to availability and excluding Bank Holidays. Wines not included.

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No ticket may be sold or bought by any person under 16 years of age. Prize draw produced by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. Promotor: T.Dent. 100% of the profit made will go towards our research. Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, formerly The Game Conservancy Trust, is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under number 05579632, registered charity no. 1112023. Registered office: Burgate Manor, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 1EF. Registered with the Gambling Commission. Draw will take place on 21 October 2020. Closing date for tickets 21 October 2020. Limited to 250 tickets.

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