Play a round at the Nathaniel Cars/Ospreys

The Ospreys are hosting a corporate golf day in association with Nathaniel Cars on Wednesday 5th October at the picturesque Coed Y Mwster golf club in Bridgend.

It’s your chance to play golf with an Osprey, as all competing businesses will be allocated one Ospreys player or coach per team.

The day gets underway at 10am with hot bacon rolls and teas and coffees being served to players on registration and the golf will tee off an hour later at 11am.

Renowned for its outstanding hospitality and stunning countryside scenery, Coed Y Mwster provided the perfect environment for keen golfers and Ospreys supporters to get out of the office for a day and meet likeminded business people in a relaxed atmosphere.

Each participating team of three will be allocated an Osprey to join them, and you can really get to know the player or coach during 18 holes of competitive golf before joining other members of the Ospreylian business community in the Club House afterwards for a well earned meal, which is included in the entry price of £120 per team.

There will be prizes on the day for closest to the pin and longest drive, while there will also be a donation to The Joshua Foundation, which is one of the Ospreys official charities.

It promises to be an outstanding day, and you can be a part of it. Team numbers are limited, so to register a team, or for further information, please call Gareth Howells from the Ospreys commercial team now on 01792 616514, or email on

The Joshua Foundation was created in September 1998 to provide holidays and experiences for children and their families where the child is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Founded by Sarah Cornelius-Price after her son Joshua Cornelius, who died from a rare stomach cancer aged seven, the Joshua Foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary on 4th December 2008 and in the years since the charity was founded it has raised more than £5million for kids with cancer.

Last season the Ospreys worked with the Joshua Foundation on a number of projects, including the sale of a limited edition third jersey that was worn in the LV= Cup, and then donated to the charity for fund raising uses.