Ready to support a great cause on your course? We'd like to help. Whether it's a charity golf tournament, ideas for an open or a little fundraising off-course, we can help you raise money for prostate cancer while doing something that you love: playing golf.
Captain of your club? You can help make a difference to the lives of thousands of men across the UK who are facing prostate cancer. We’ll be there to support you throughout the year, and have plenty of ideas to help you raise funds.
Here’s what we can tee up:
Our special Captain's Pack which includes leaflets, posters, pin badges and one sleeve of Prostate Cancer UK golf balls
Access to our dedicated team, offering support throughout your year
We'll visit your golf club event to thank you, collect your cheque and share your photograph with our supporters
A commemorative certificate for display as a thank you for your support.
Buy the Srixon Z-star and help beat prostate cancer
This year Srixon will be donating £1.50 to Prostate Cancer UK from the sale of every dozen of its next-generation Z-STAR and Z-STAR XV golf balls, with a special 15-ball pack to include balls displaying our iconic ‘Man of Men’ logo. And helping us reach golfers with the support of their golfing ambassadors.
Read more about how Srixon are working with us to help beat prostate cancer through golf.
From a wayward slice off the tee or an unceremonious dip in the water, mistakes happen to golfers of all abilities (just check out the video below!). But what if those errors helped to save lives?
By signing up for our Chipping In challenge throughout October, you and your golfing buddies can help raise money for our vital work by paying a fine for every mistake you make.
Our special scorecards will help you check off a monetary menu of mishaps, including lost balls, air-shots, three-putts and shots that go out of bounds. Then after the final hole, count up your fines and donate the proceeds to us.
So sign up to get your free scorecards, and start swinging, missing and donating for a good cause!
After being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, keen golfer David Hadley-Smith was blown away by the support of his family and friends at his local club during his recovery. So when he decided to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK on behalf of his close friend, who was dying from the disease, it seemed like the obvious choice to put on a golf day at the club and encourage other members to get tested, too.