The National Golf Club Challenge
The idea for the National Golf Club Challenge was born out of wanting to assist Help for Heroes. Our solution was to organise a national golf competition in which every golfer in the United Kingdom could participate. The Challenge will bring hundreds of golf clubs, and thousands of golfers together on the same weekend to demonstrate our support for our injured armed forces.
Every golf club in the United Kingdom and Ireland is invited to enter their club into The National Golf Club Challenge. The aim of the Challenge is to find The Help for Heroes National Golf Club Champions. At the same time raising much needed funds for the Help for Heroes charity.
“Together we have the chance to change the lives of those who have sacrificed and endured so much so we might live full and free lives. Many brave men and women have suffered often the most horrendous injuries in the line of duty and these heroes deserve our wholehearted support. I am honoured to become patron to The National Golf Club Challenge and deeply humbled to be asked by Wedgwood to name the National Golf Club Challenge Trophy 'The Lee Westwood Cup' continuing Wedgwood's long tradition of naming their stunning trophies after some of the most iconic golfers the world has ever seen.”
The Lee Westwood Cup
The National Golf Club Challenge Champions are awarded the stunning 'Lee Westwood Cup'. The National Golf Club Challenge trophy, created and donated by Wedgwood in support of Help for Heroes, has gone through an intensive sixteen week process from design through modelling to construction and stands as a magnificent symbol of the UK golfing community coming together to raise funds for our injured armed forces.
Visit http://www.nationalgolfclubchallenge.org.uk/ to get your golf club involved