The National Golf Club Challenge is an organisation that is in partnership with the On Course Foundation to help wounded servicemen and women recover. They also provide these brave people with the opportunity to receive employment in the golf industry. This is done by raising funds for the On Course Foundation through The National Golf Club Challenge.

The challenge promotes solidarity among the people in the UK. It creates awareness and support to the servicemen and women and allow people of all abilities to compete in a national golfing competition. They make a difference through the people’s love of the sport.

Golf is a sport that provides physical and mental benefits to its players. Coupled with the handicap point system, it provides people with disabilities an opportunity to play the sport on a competitive level while recovering from injuries obtained during service.

How the challenge works

In a nutshell, golf clubs all over the UK can take part in the challenge by doing the following:

The golf clubs host their qualifying competitions and fundraising events. The funds generated are given to the On Course Foundation. The top 5 scores for the men’s and women’s event should be in Stableford format and then given to the organisers of the challenge. The scores will be the club’s official aggregate and will be compared to standard scratch and par. The winning club gets the famous coveted Lee Westwood cup. Visit The National Golf Club Challenge website for a more detailed explanation of how it works.

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