Freemasonry presents a great way to socialise both inside and outside of the Lodge, golf is one of them
Sadly, due to COVID-19. all social events are on hold. We’ll update you as soon as we have news on our ability to run these.
Freemasonry in Lincolnshire has an active golf community, with two golf societies running regular events through from April to October each year. The main two are Crowle Masonic Golf Society and the Lincolnshire Freemasons Golf Association, details of events and contacts below:
Crowle Masonic Golf Society 2020 days out
Dates for 2020 Society meetings:
1. Thursday 2nd April, cost £35tbc (for all players)
Coffee and Bacon Roll at 10.30 onwards, 1st Tee Off at 11.30
Venue: Market Rasen GC.
(Legsby Rd, LN8 3DZ)
2. Thursday 30th April, cost £35 (for all players)
Coffee and Bacon Roll at 12:30 onwards, 1st Tee Off at 13:30
Venue: Doncaster (Bessacarr GC).
(278 Bawtry Rd, DN4 7PD)
3. Wednesday 17th June (Captains Day) cost £35tbc (for all players) Coffee and Bacon Roll at 10.30, 1st Tee Off at 11.30
Venue: Ashby Decoy GC
(Burringham Rd, Scunthorpe DN17 2DE)
4. Tuesday 22nd September. Cost £35tbc (for all players) Coffee and Bacon Roll at 10:30, 1st Tee off 11:30
Venue: Elsham GC
(Brigg Road, Elsham, DN20 0LS)
Members and guests very welcome.
Costs include coffee and bacon roll on arrival, round of golf and one course meal. £5 subscription for the season for Crowle Masonic Lodge members.
There will be a raffle at each match to keep costs down, please bring raffle prizes!
Lincolnshire Freemasons Golfing Association
Dates for 2020 meetings:
Dates are currently being confirmed, there are likely to be four meetings starting in April/May and finishing in September/October.
Please watch this space for details, alternatively please email the Secretary,
W Bro Mick Wright.
Freemasonry offers its members a chance to make new friends and meet in a social environment. As a fraternity engages people of all ages, from tradesmen to monarchs. Whatever your status in life, Freemasonry provides an invaluable network of likeminded people never short of a social event to attend.
From its very earliest days Freemasonry has actively supported charity. Across 2018/19, charitable giving at lodge and provincial level totalled £45M, including the £18M awarded through the Masonic Charitable Foundation. Freemasons also undertook five million hours of volunteering across the same period.
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