It may not be a world class golfing experience but a crazy golf challenge in a Birmingham office today promises to bring out the competitive streak of its workers.
As part of an Aston University Apprentice-style competition, workers at the city's headquarters of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have been asked to challenge their managers, colleagues and friends to a game on the temporary course.
The course has been set up by a group of six students from the Aston University Business School, who are hoping to raise more than £1,000 for charity.
Through an entrance fee and a range of other business ventures in the city, the team called EMC6, will raise funds for the NSPCC and Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The crazy golf course is a part of the EMC6's final year project which states they must raise as much money as possible within 24 hours - with a budget of only £50.
Their ability to work together as a team and raise funds will then be assessed by their course tutor. As part of their business strategy, the group contacted PwC in an attempt to encourage the city's business community to help raise funds for the charity.
Workers at the firm will pay a fee to battle it out against on the course during their breaks.
In addition to the golf challenge, the students will be fundraising through a number of money-making projects including football and computer game tournaments, and bag-packing at a Birmingham supermarket.
They will also be selling "Magic Corn" - a healthy flavoured corn snack to Aston University students.
Team member Jiten Pandya said: "We have chosen the NSPCC as that is a national charity in aid of children and we thought it would be a good cause.
"The Hospital is always in need of extra funds to help make the lives of the children in their care happier and easier, and to provide support to the families of patients. Christmas is an especially difficult time for a child to be in hospital so money is needed more than ever at this time of year."
A Birmingham Children's Hospital spokesman added: "I think it is a great idea for students to do something in the community and fundraise at the same time and I am really pleased they have chosen Birmingham Children's Hospital."
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