Padeswood and Buckley Golf Club
How Does It Work?
The Padeswood Joker Board is to be found in the bar.
53 envelopes will be attached to the Padeswood Joker Board.
Each envelope will be numbered 1-53.
One of the envelopes will contain the Padeswood Joker card.
The remaining 52 envelopes will contain the normal playing cards.
How do I enter?
Take one of the supplied envelopes.
Place your £2 stake money inside and seal it.
On the outside of the envelope write your name, contact details and the number of the envelope that you think contains The Padeswood Joker card.
Post your envelope in the secure post box at the end of the bar.
The draw will take place each Friday by one of Martin Jones’s team with two independent witnesses. It is planned to upload a video of the draw to social media.
One envelope will be randomly drawn from the secure box.
The person whose name is on the envelope will automatically win the £50 or £100 weekly draw prize.
Envelopes with the incorrect amount of money will be deemed invalid and another envelope drawn out.
After the Draw!
After the draw has taken place the coloured envelope in the secure, glass Padeswood Joker cabinet with the corresponding number as that of the drawn envelope will be opened and the card inside displayed.
If this envelope contains The Padeswood Joker card, the weekly winner will also win the Padeswood Joker Jackpot. (This is initially set at £200 for the first month of each draw and will incrementally increase by £50 per week.)
If the card inside the coloured envelope is not the Padeswood Joker, this card and the numbered coloured envelope will be returned to the cabinet. (This number is now not available for the ensuing draws.)
Once the Padeswood Joker has been chased down, a new set of 53 cards in different envelopes will be displayed in the cabinet and a new game to chase another Padeswood Joker will commence.
Who can play?
Chase the Padeswood Joker can be played by anyone over 18-members, non-members or visitors.
Envelopes with children’s names on them will be deemed void.
You can enter as many times as you wish but each entry must be in a separate envelope.