By Ian Dipple 28/06 Updated: 28/06 22:39
GOLFERS are set to stage their own special relay on Sunday (July 1) in honour of the Olympic Torch coming to Redditch.
As the flame passes along Plymouth Road golfers at Pitcheroak Golf Course will be positioned around all nine holes ready to play one shot each and complete a round of golf between them. The last putt on the ninth green will signal the start of the club's open day which will see competitions take place to raise money for the children's cancer charity at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The course's new restaurant, The Greens, has also cooked up its own Olympic challenge - a £5 breakfast and people will be challenged to clear their plate.
Course manager Warwick Holland said the Torch relay was an excellent opportunity to celebrate the relaunch of the golf course and its facilities.
To get involved or for more information contact Warwick, Alex or Sue on 01527 541054.
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