Tennis First Golf Party Auction

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Lot 1
£ 150
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4 tickets to the Nature Valley Classic, 19.6.19
Lot 2
£ 600
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2 tickets to both semi finals of Nitto ATP Finals
Lot 3
£ 550
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Spa break at Hoar Cross Hall Hotel
Lot 4
£ 500
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A pair of Wimbledon Centre Court tickets 11.7.19
Lot 5
£ 250
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Dinner bed and breakfast at Foxhills
Lot 6
£ 400
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A midweek four ball at Stoke Park
Lot 7
£ 150
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Hit with Joe Salisbury
Lot 8
£ 50
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Photo of Roger Federer
Lot 9
£ 50
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Babolat tennis bag
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