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    H4H 2nd October 2018

    Next years Help For Heroes day will be held on Tuesday 2nd October at Hankley Common.

    Hopefully a full years notice will mean a good turn out from forumers. This years day was in my opinion the best yet in terms of golf, food, and general hospitality. Hankley have given us the same deal for next year. £60 for golf and food, and there will be the usual donation of £30 to the charity.

    I will post full details of the day, and set up a justgiving site to collect donations in the next month, but in the mean time make sure you are available for the day. Please do not make any donations to the existing justgiving site, unless of course you still owe monies.

    Next years Ryder Cup finishes on the Sunday, so a long weekend could include watching the last day over a few beers, play on the Monday, and Hankley on the Tuesday. Details of extra golf available will be posted nearer the time.

    Start making plans.
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    Looking forward to it already

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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    Well done to all the team.

    I will be there next year
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    After missing the last couple, I hope to be able to make this one. Depends if I can save enough holidays or not!
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    Determined to make it back next year. Been really poor in my support for this over the last couple of years and it is time I started making an effort.
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    I think Hankley is more playable than both Camberly and North Hants - itís not massively long off the yellows with generous fairways - greens were the truest we have played. But ultimately thatís not the whole idea of the day for me - itís all about the setting and the reason we are all there. There is some punishing heather which will test most but golf is always a test.

    I canít wait to get back to Hankley next year and hopefully the date will be better some guests and the NW crew
    Last edited by PhilTheFragger; 02-Oct-2017 at 15:24.

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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    Great news as was disappointing to miss the opportunity play Hankley this year.

    Will definitely be there next year and suspect there will be a fair few of the NW mafia making their way down
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    I'll be there... might do a road trip via Hardelot and Le Touquet.
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    I know what Fragger's saying. A course like Hankley beats you into submission if you're not playing well - and the breeze didn't help.
    It's a tough course and if you're not hitting well any course can become a slog. As LPP says, it's more about the day than playing well but......
    I loved the course but didn't like playing it because I played so badly..
    Next year it's getting a kicking!!
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    Re: H4H 2nd October 2018

    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    I'll be there... might do a road trip via Hardelot and Le Touquet.
    You sir are a man of taste although I would stick to the two at Le Touguet now Le Mer is back to its original layout and St Omar if you want a third.

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