A golfing green lined with trees on a sunny day.

Golf Day at Ham Manor Golf Club

Event details

More details for 2024 coming soon! Get in touch today and we’ll make sure to be in touch when all details are finalised to sign you and your team up!

Location: Ham Manor Golf Club, Angmering, BN16 4JE
When: Thursday 27th June 2024 at 9:00am
Event type: Golf days
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Join us in 2024

Our 2024 golf day will be held on Thursday 27 June – so save the date! Sign-up isn't open yet - but you can put your name down and we'll be in touch as soon as prices and timings are confirmed. Send your email to: info@stbh.org.uk

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Thank you!

Our 2023 event was a huge success and we couldn't have done it without the fantastic support from local community, volunteers and businesses:

- Thank you to Ham Manor Golf Club for hosting the event,
- Sensational Spaces for their hole sponsorship,
- Roundstone Farm Shop and Garden Centre,
- Halfords Rustington,
- Centrestage Hair Company,
- Jon Nicholas PGA Professional for their raffle prize donations,
- Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa and Mannings Heath for their auction prize donations,
- Ian Jaggard for his generous support.

Join us for a beautiful day of golf!

Ham Manor Golf Club

West Drive


West Sussex

BN16 4JE

Why take part?


Golf Days are a great way of supporting the hospice. Ian has been devoting his considerable energies to annual golf days at Ham Manor Golf Club in Angmering ever since his wife, Susan, died. Ian tells us about why he’s set up the Golf Days:

“I will never forget what the hospice did for my wife, Susan, at the end of her life and, by extension, for me. She died in the loving care of the nurses and staff at St. Barnabas, and it sounds strange to say she was very happy at the end of her life, but people who have experienced hospice care will understand,” says Ian.

“I decided that I wanted to do something to help the hospice afterwards. I have a busy life – not as busy now as I did – but there was no way I could commit to a regular commitment such as patient transport. One of the things I can do, and which I did throughout my career, is talk to people. So, from 2016 until lockdown, I visited groups to tell them about the work St Barnabas does. Occasionally I was paid a fee, which I put straight into the hospice. It was something I could do, and it felt productive.

“I am heavily involved with golf and I’m the president of my golf club, so I mentioned to the fundraising team that if they ever wanted to do a golf day in aid of St Barnabas House, I’d be happy to organise it.”

Held in 2018, 2019 and 2022, 2023 altogether these golf days have raised over £19,000. And apart from raising much-needed funds, events like this also raise awareness of the cause in the local community.