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Join the incredible David Jones for 18 holes of golf and help us beat blood cancer!


Due to the emerging situation around the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the decision to postpone the David Jones and Blood Cancer UK Golf Day until Wednesday 19 May 2021; we do hope that you will still be able to join us.

In the meantime, if you are still wanting to brush up on your skills in anticipation, in line with the Government’s latest guidelines surrounding appropriate social distancing methods, why not try practicing your putt in the garden or keeping the kids occupied indoors with a creative game of mini golf? Tag us on social media and show us your set up!

The inaugural David Jones and Blood Cancer UK Golf Day will now take place on Wednesday, 19 May 2021 at the idyllic Grove Golf Club in Hertfordshire.

Hosted by David Jones, teams will consist of three players, who will be joined by a celebrity guest player, allocated on the day. On arrival, you will enjoy a late breakfast, followed by 18 holes of golf in this stunning location, and finish with a fundraising dinner in the Clubhouse. There will be opportunities throughout the day to win exciting prizes, as well as an exclusive auction in the evening, with proceeds funding life saving research into beating blood cancer.

Key details

  • Private or corporate teams welcome
  • Idyllic Hertfordshire countryside setting
  • Renowned 18-hole championship course
  • Hospitality throughout the day
  • Sporting and media celebrity guestlist
  • Drinks in the Player’s Lounge
  • Three course dinner and auction in aid of Blood Cancer UK

For more information and to secure a team

Please contact Georgia in the Special Events team on [email protected] or by calling 0207 504 2221. Price Per Person is £500, or £1450 per team (three player and celebrity guest).

The Grove golf course - shot of the landscape

The Grove golf course

The Grove, home to one of the UK’s most prestigious golf courses, has welcomed many greats of the game, having staged a World Golf Championship event, won by Tiger Woods in 2006, as well as hosting the British Masters in 2016.​

Designed by international architect Kyle Philips, the championship course combines modern strategy with Britain’s golfing traditions.

The luxury 7,152 yard course is kept in championship condition year-round, and boasts immaculate greens and stunning views of the Hertfordshire countryside. Valet parking is also available.

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