This annual Sparks classic will take place omce again at the excellent Dona Filipa Hotel & San Lorenzo Golf Resort on the Algarve 13-16 June 2018. The itinerary looks as follows:
Accommodation: Dona Filipa Hotel, Vale do Lobo on a shared twin room basis (single rooms available by supplement) Format: Three day golf tournament with a celebrity captain each day. Day one @ San Lorenzo followed by all inclusive Barbecue supper, Day Two @Vale do Lobo Ocean followed by dinner at their restaurant, Day Three @ San Lorenzo immediately followed by all inclusive Prize Giving Barbecue allowing free time in the evening.
The Cost: £5,550 per team (this includes a donation to Sparks, 3 shirts for every team member, return flights with British Airways, 3 nights B&B hotel accommodation, 3 rounds of golf & transfers plus dinner with beer or wine). To enter your team please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 07702 568607.
“As usual you have put on a real show and delivered a cracking event. As you know we bring along four of our most important customers and two of them, unprompted, said that this was the best they’ve ever attended (trust me, that’s high praise!).
I guess, having done it for twenty years, you have a tried and tested system for getting everything in place to work as seamlessly as it does. However I also know that every year will bring a host of unplanned challenges and issues which you, Nicky and Terry manage superbly to ensure that your guests only see the polished result.
Many thanks for all you help before and during the event and I wish you every success for the future. ”
Kevin Williams Commercial Director
Aliaxis Building Solutions
“I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the FGC in June this year and your organisation and preparation were first class and exceptional. The girls and yourself made me feel very welcome from the first night until the last and helped me to relax and take part in such a wonderful occasion and event. It was everything that Russell had talked about and his very high praise of the tournament was not unfounded. ”