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Sense International Tee Party

17 July 2015

Golf ball at a hole

We are delighted to be running our annual Golf Tournament again this summer in aid of Sense International, thanks to the generous support of NEC Display Solutions, Infocomm and Buckinghamshire Golf Club.

The Sense International Tee Party is a charity golf tournament with a difference, taking place on Thursday 23 July 2015. Part serious game of golf, part glamourous garden party, we’re inviting attendees to partake in 18 holes at the beautiful Buckinghamshire Golf Club, followed by dinner and dancing under the stars.

Sense International Tee Party logoThe course will be enlivened by fun competitions while dinner will feature a gourmet barbecue, live and silent auction, entertainment and a fantastic opportunity for networking. It provides a unique opportunity to play alongside pro and celebrity golfers at this highly prestigious venue and will include such as a blindfold putting competition too.  

This event couldn’t happen without the help of our amazing sponsors!

A woman swinging a golf golf clubNEC Display Solutions is committed to supporting Sense & Sense International and is active in raising vital funds to support our work in transforming the lives of people not able to experience the audiovisual communication we enjoy in our own lives, every single day.

Infocomm have kindly agreed to sponsor our prize giving and drinks reception on the day and we’re very much looking forward to working with them at the event and beyond.

Golf day celebrities

Roger de Courcey

Roger De Courcey is a British ventriloquist, best known for performing with Nookie Bear. He has performed on the West End stage, in productions of musicals Sweet Charity, Two Cities and Company. He has appeared at the London Palladium many times including the 1976 Royal Variety Performance in the presence of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

Ray Clemence

Raymond Clemence, MBE, is one of English and European football's most decorated goalkeepers and was part of the Liverpool team of the 1970s. He currently acts as Head of the FA Development Team overseeing the development made by players in the England Youth teams from under-16 to 21 level, as well as previously being part of the England Senior team back room staff.

Luther Blisset

Luther Blissett is a former professional footballer and manager who played for the England national team during the 1980s. Born in Jamaica, Blissett played as a striker, and is best known for his time at Watford, whom he helped win promotion from the Fourth Division to the First Division. As of 2010, Blissett holds Watford's all-time records for appearances and goals, having played 503 games and scored 186 goals. After retiring from playing, Blissett turned to coaching, initially under the management of Graham Taylor at Watford, and managed Chesham United from 2006 until 2007.

Vicky Harris

Vicki Harris joined Buckinghamshire Golf Club as the Assistant Professional in March 2015. She is an accomplished player and has several notable achievements including competing in the English Amateur Championship 2004 – 2007, represented her county at senior level for 3 years and winning the English Abraham Trophy in 2003. Before returning to the U.K. Vicki came 5th in the Junior College National’s whilst at Daytona. Since her return from America Vicki has built up a first class reputation coaching players of all abilities, whilst launching a popular ladies golf academy that was quick to develop into one of the best academies in the area.

Chrissy Bray

Chrissy Bray brings an energy and humour to events in a way that pulls people into the heart of the action. Chrissy is about shared experiences and knowing that as a host the aim is for the audience to be entertained while feeling very much a part of the show. With years of presenting in radio and television and large public and private events, as well as touring nationally as a singer, Chrissy Bray brings a wealth of experience and creates a fantastic occasion for all involved.

Thanks all!

First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019