Golf Day With A Twist

EVENT SUSPENSION NOTICE (updated: 1 December 2020, 15:00)

2020 has seen many of our events postponed, including the DMSF Charity Golf Day. However there is still hope for next year with plans already in place for many of our annual events to make a comeback, and we have provisionally set a date for the DMSF Charity Golf Day to return on 16 April 2021. 

The safety of our staff and guests remains our top prioty and we will continue to review the situation and make any changes necessary.

The decision to postpone is a always a difficult one to make but, right now, it is our shared responsibility to prioritise the health of our local communities by working together to follow the UK Government guidelines.

DMSF recognise the seriousness of the current COVID19 (coronavirus outbreak) and we take our responsibility to help slow the pandemic, and support social distancing very seriously indeed.

We will continue to be in touch with regular updates and rescheduled dates. You can also click here for the latest event updates, and read our FAQs for more information on how DMSF is focusing its support over the next few months, and how you can help.   

Attendees should be assured that DMSF is well prepared for these types of incidents and will remain vigilant, monitoring progress on an on-going basis; reviewing the situation in the light of any emerging information surrounding the virus and the health and safety of our guests is always our number one priority.

Thank you for your on-going support and commitment to our events programme.
Johanna Bolhoven

Marketing, Diane Modahl Sports Foundation

Tee-ing up for success

In September 2019 DMSF held their inaugural Charity Golf Day at The Mere Golf Resort, raising over £4,500 for the Foundation.

The tournament, which was held on Thursday 26 September, was a huge success with some great golf, wonderful competition and camaraderie amongst the players and team DMSF.

Diane was joined by professional golfers Alison Nicholas, Carly Booth and Sophie Walker, and award winning business woman Julia Regis who all got competitive on the prestigious 18-hole, Par 72 Championship golf Course, all in aid of DMSF.

Play was an AM/AM format with the best scores to count on each hole.

Players enjoyed bacon and sausage rolls on arrival and a two-course meal and prize giving following the competition.

But it wasn’t just about the golf; guests were treated to an evening with Olympic legend and motivational speaker, Derek Redmond, who inspired them with stories from his sporting career.

Diane Modahl said, Our golf day was a brilliant success and the positive feedback we received from all the players is testimony to the hard work and effort put in by the team; there is already much talk of next year.”

Click on the button below to register your interest in our Golf Day 2021.