Over the last few months, Porsche Centre Bournemouth has collaborated with Parkstone Golf Club for several club charity events. Helping them to raise over £25,000 for their Captain charities, Julia's House and The Samaritans; with Porsche cars on display at the 7th for nearest the pin, gifts in the welcome bags and prizes donated.
Lady Captain's Day
Tuesday 22 June saw 112 players playing in teams of four. The optional fancy dress theme was Bournemouth Beach Holiday and was embraced by almost all the Ladies.
The event raised £600 for their Captains' Charities.
The winning team were Di Freda, Anna Curcic, Renee Todd and Bridget Duckworth.
Men's Captains Day
Saturday 3 July saw 49 teams, consisting of 196 players, contesting this event.
The event raised more than £2000 for the Captains Charities.
The winning team consisted of Matt Doughty, Tom Doughty, Jon Adler and Ben White
Joint Captains' Charity Day
On Sunday 1 August, 37 teams of four (men and/or ladies) played a better ball Stableford format competition, with four teams scoring 96 points.
Team prizes were awarded on the basis of countback, with the team consisting of Peter Broadhead, Dean Wells, James Hanslip and Tony Fitzpatrick being declared the winners.
The two Porsche auction lots raised over £1000 for the Captains' charities and their overall total for a very enjoyable day was £24,000.
This amazing amount of money will be hugely appreciated by these charities and both Caroline, Ladies Captain, and Derek, Men's Captain, sincerely appreciate the help and support that they have received from all the sponsors.
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