- Your scorecards
- Your comfiest golf shoes – it’s a lot of walking
- To get an early night – you’ll need it
- To set your alarm - play starts at sunrise
What to wear
Anything you feel comfortable in that fits the club’s rules is great. We strongly recommend you wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
We’ve some great Macmillan branded golf clothing and we’d be honoured if you and your team of heroes wore it. See our golf range where you’ll find:
- Macmillan polo shirts
- Macmillan cap
All profits from our golf range goes to help people living with cancer.
What to bring
Your trusty woods, irons and putter, plus:
- A towel
- Spare socks
- Something warm
- Water bottle
- Vaseline – to help prevent chafing
- Blister kit – just in case
as well as spare balls, tees, pens and pencils.
How to last all day
Tips to help you keep going when the going gets tough.
1. Make the most of the time
- Start as early as you can
- Play off forward tees
- Leave lost balls
- Let whoever’s ready go first
2. Stay cool and hydrated
Drink at least one bottle of water per round.
Have a shower at the half way point.
3. Protect yourself from the sun
Wear suncream and a hat even if it isn’t sunny.
4. Pack in the snacks
Keep energy levels high – nothing too sugary or you’ll crash.
5. Banish blisters
And chafing. Use Vaseline to protect vulnerable bits and pack a blister kit.
Pace of play
Play at a good pace and be ready to play. Leave your bags where it’s easy to move on quickly. Ask any groups ahead if you can play though.
How to score
You'll need your scorecards and pencils.
To work out your team’s total for each round:
- Add up the best two Stableford scores for each hole
- Include the full handicap allowance
Then add up your scores from each round to get your grand total.
When you fill in your scores and post them back to us and you could find yourself being sent a food hamper full of sweet and savoury goodies. The winner is randomly selected from the posted scorecards and the scores submitted online. Read the full hamper prize draw terms and conditions.