The golf club is signed up with Sports Club Lottery, to give all Kingsknowe Golf Club members, families, colleagues and friends, the opportunity to be part of a lottery that will bring benefits directly to the golf club as well as giving you the opportunity to win cash prizes.
How it works
Sports Club Lottery takes care of all the administration on behalf of sports clubs across the UK and 50% of all the funds raised by people signed up to the Kingsknowe Lottery, goes directly back into the club to be used on improving our services and facilities. Playing is simple. It costs just £1 per week for you to receive a unique six-digit lottery number to be entered into the Sports Club Lottery draw every Monday. You can subscribe to more than one entry and each entry will have its unique number. Every entry will have the chance to win cash prizes of up to the £25,000 jackpot. The results are based on the last digit of the Farenheit temperature from six popular European destinations. Matching three or more numbers from your own 6 digit number wins a cash prize:
3 numbers = £2 4 numbers = £20 5 numbers = £250 6 numbers = £25,000
What you need to do
You can pay by Direct Debit or cheque but first you need to join. You do this by using the Kingsknowe Golf Club Direct link: KINGSKNOWE LOTTERY Please make sure you sign up on the Kingsnowe Golf club branded page to guarantee that the proceeds go to our Club.
You can also download a direct debit form from here Kingsknowe Golf Club DD Form or from Intelligent Golf. You can also pick up a hard copy from the office. The office can pass on any hard copy forms directly to the Sports Club Lottery on your behalf.
The results information is freely available to every player so that you can check the results yourself every week. We wish you the best of luck and encourage you to bring friends, family and colleagues on board. If you have any questions then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NB The Sports Club Lottery is fully licensed as an External Lottery Manager by the Gambling Commission.
Posted in News on April 26th 2019 at 11:59