Sir Gordon Greenidge Golf Day

Wednesday 21st July 2021 | Hosted in partnership with the Lashings World XI

To be hosted at The Ageas Bowl's 18-hole Boundary Lakes Golf Course in collaboration with official Hampshire Cricket Foundation Partner, the Lashings World XI, the Sir Gordon Greenidge Golf Day will take place on Wednesday 21st July with the aim of raising funds for Hampshire Cricket and The Ageas Bowl's own charity: the Hampshire Cricket Foundation. 

The former Hampshire and West Indies star and cricketing legend Sir Gordon Greenidge will take to the Boundary Lakes fairways for an entertaining charity golf day where members of the public will have the opportunity to play in teams of four alongside Sir Gordon and other sporting celebrities! 

The day will feature drinks on the course, including Prosecco holes, and a silent auction, whilst the incredible first prize for the winning team is a holiday to Jamaica.


Four Ball Packages Available

Four Ball Packages are currently available to purchase for just £400 + VAT, with these packages set to include the following besides entry to the day's four ball competition:

  • Tea, Coffee & Bacon Roll On Arrival
  • Lunch
  • Team Polo Shirt
  • Interactive Electronic Scoring
  • Prizes

Please note that individual handicaps must be 24 or less. In order to claim the first prize holiday, each team member must have provided a CDH handicap which will be validated on the day of the event.


Make A Booking

To make a booking as a team of four, to find out about available sponsorship opportunities, or to find out more information about the event, please contact the Lashings World XI Events Team via the link below, or by emailing events@lashingsworld.com.


Hampshire Cricket Foundation

The aim of the Hampshire Cricket Foundation is to help deliver a healthier future for people of all ages in the local community, the wider cricketing community, and across Hampshire.

All money raised for the Foundation goes towards the achievement of the below four key objectives.

  • The provision of a life-saving, public access defibrillator with training to each of the 160 affliated cricket clubs in Hampshire.
  • The provision of a range of cardio-vascular screening programmes at The Ageas Bowl and cricket clubs across Hampshire, including screening for every 14 year old cricketer to prevent Sudden Cardiac Death.
  • The introduction of a Healthy Heart Programme into every primary school in Hampshire to help combat childhood obesity.
  • The provision of a supervised exercise and rehabilitation programme for heart patients following their NHS treatment.