ROTARY GOLF DAY BENEFITS CHARITIES

The 22nd Golf Tournament at Richmond Golf Club was held on Friday 14th May 2021. A total of 22 teams participated including 6 from Rotary Clubs and the day was sponsored by local Richmond and national companies.


ROTARY GOLF DAY BENEFITS CHARITIES

Each year in the past Richmond Rotary Club has used a variety of activities to raise money for charities. One of the most successful has been a golf competition at Richmond Golf Club.

Last year due to the pandemic the event was cancelled but this year we were delighted to be able to hold the event again, following relevant Government guidelines.

A total of 22 teams participated including 6 from Rotary Clubs and the day was sponsored by local Richmond and national companies.

The First Team prize (Sponsored by Richmond Garage Services) was won by Richmond Mafia team with 90 points, and the Ladies Team prize was won by Susan Stocks’s team. The Sherwood Cup for the best Rotary Team went to Richmond Rotary.

The main organiser of the Golf Day was Richmond Rotarian Colin Chitty who said after the event: 


‘It was really great that we were able to organise the Golf Day again this year and I am grateful to all my Rotary colleagues.  Without the continuing support of participants and sponsors the event would not be possible and it is good that such an enjoyable day ultimately benefits so many people.’


Richmond Rotary President Warnock Kerr commented:


‘Thanks to the hard work of everyone involved we were able to raise more than £2,200.

This will support  some really good causes including Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Just the Job, Yorkshire Cancer Research, Colburn Lazer Cheer and Rotary’s own End Polio campaign.


We hope that next year we shall be able to repeat what was a hugely successful day.’


Results of 22nd AM-AM Charity Golf Tournament 14th May 2021 Held at Richmond Golf Course

1st Team prize (sponsored by Richmond Garage Services) – Richmond Mafia with 90 points. 

2nd Team prize (sponsored by Vinoteca Online Wines) – Ian Crissop with 89 points (countback).

3rd Team prize sponsored by W & K Green – Ken Graham with 89 points.

Ladies Team prize – Susan Stocks team.

Sherwood Cup for best Rotary Team – Richmond.

Walter Hepworth Memorial Cup for Rotary teams on PAR 3 holes – Richmond.


Sponsorship was also gratefully received from:

  • John Blenkiron and Sons Funeral Directors.
  • Norman F Brown Estate Agents.
  • Irvings Estate Agents.
  • Oliviers Furniture.
  • Parnaby Evans Financial Advisers.
  • Robinsons Joinery, Richmond.
  • Dowse of Richmond Removals.
  • Members of Richmond Rotary Club.

Further information available from:

Colin Chitty: Phone: 01748 850317  Mobile: 07792 075314

Mac Bryant:  Phone: 01325 377746        Mobile: 07803 239870


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