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Fancy a festive treat or something to look forward to in 2013? Why not enter the CuriousAboutGolf.com Christmas Raffle?

Fancy a festive treat or something to look forward to in 2013? Why not enter the CuriousAboutGolf.com Christmas Raffle run by Golf365 contributor Matt Cooper in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

There are 18 superb prizes up for grabs - ranging from a weekend break at St Mellion, to four-balls on brilliant venues like The Shire London and St Enodoc, via great prizes from SkyCaddie, Sub70, PING, IJP Design and Black Widow, through to signed memorabilia from superstars of the modern game like Ian Poulter, Darren Clarke, Paula Creamer, Natalie Gulbis and others.

The format is simple - it's a raffle. For every £5 donated you are allocated a ticket and 18 lucky people will win a great prize when the random draw is held on Christmas Eve.

There is no auction - it is purposefully open to ALL golf fans (not just the ones with deep pockets!) in the hope of spreading a bit of Christmas cheer.

Why enter? Well, obviously, the prizes are great. But also? Macmillan Cancer Support, the chosen charity, do a great job and all the proceeds go to straight to them.

The link to the competition is below, and you buy the tickets quickly and safely through Virgin Money Giving. Good luck and Happy Christmas!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO ENTER!



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