One of our main fundraising events of the year is the Michael Marshall Memorial Golf Day, held at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake, in September.
About the Michael Marshall Memorial Golf Day
The Michael Marshall Memorial Golf Day will take place for the 19th year on Friday 17th September. The event attracts teams from all over the North West, and beyond, to compete for the Michael Marshall Memorial Trophy and enjoy the Gala Prize giving dinner in the famous clubroom afterwards.
Why Royal Liverpool?
The co-founder of Brunswick Youth and Community Centre, Michael Marshall, was a member of Royal Liverpool Golf Club, so this world-famous course is the natural place for us to hold this event.
(Click here to read our history and more about Michael Marshall).
It provides one of the few opportunities for non-members to play one of the world’s leading links courses, on which the Open Championship has been played on twelve occasions, most recently in 2014, when Rory McIlroy triumphed, and will return for the thirteenth time in 2023.
The event takes the form of teams of 4 in a 4-ball format contesting the Michael Memorial Golf Day trophy, followed by dinner in the famous clubroom overlooking the course.
This year’s event is taking place on Friday 17th September 2021.
Team places are limited, so if you would like to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Bobby Jones, Peter Thomson, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, and enter a team, sponsor an on-course competition or otherwise support the event, please contact Brian Roberts at; firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07887 678160.’
Heightsafe Systems receiving their prizes and Brunswick Trophy. Left to right: Charles Hayward, Brunswick Youth & Community Centre, Carl Diable, Craig Diable, Ken Diable, Henry Greensmith, Heightsafe Systems.