The Joshua Tree teed off in style at their inaugural Charity Golf Open at the prestigious Sandiway Golf Club.
The event saw 14 teams comprising of beneficiaries, supporters, and corporates, including Dow Schofield Watts, CVSL, Vale Royal Crematorium, Brazendale Heating and event sponsors BT O’Sullivan Construction and Residential Management Group tee off over the fairway at the prestigious Sandiway Golf Club on a sunny July day with the customary charity holes to be played (Beat the Pro and Nearest the Pin) and charity raffle.
The day began with breakfast and goody bags served up before the teams set off to complete the course, which culminated with a BBQ and awards ceremony in the sunshine.
An impressive £5,700 was raised from the day in support of The Joshua Tree and families affected by childhood cancers.
Rich Driffield CEO of The Joshua Tree said: “It was fantastic to see so many friendly faces including our corporate partners supporting our first Charity Golf Open. We are thankful with the support given and the networking opportunity for all was brilliant. I hope that next year’s event will be as well attended, and people should hold the date in your diary!”
Tony Poole, Director of CVSL said “It was a great day, very well organised and for an incredible charity, we will be back next year!”
Pippa Watson-Peck, The Joshua Tree Communications and Fundraising Manager said “For our first charity Golf Open it was a swinging success. A huge thanks to our event sponsors BT O’Sullivan Construction, Residential Management Group and Corkhills Hyundai.
To take part or sponsor The Joshua Tree Charity Golf Open 2023, please contact Amy Wilkinson, email@example.com