Raise funds for deserving charities with a round of golf at the prestigious Powerscourt Estate

THE Dublin Ireland-based Ballsbridge Lions Club will be hosting a charity fundraising Golf Classic on the East Course at the prestigious Powerscourt Estate in the Garden County of Wicklow.

The charity Golf Classic on the East Course of Powerscourt Estate will be hosted by Dublin Ireland’s Ballsbridge Lions Club

The annual fundraiser including a round of golf for four persons per team has raised thousands of euros for Addiction Recovery Ireland, a private whole-person recovery facility in Kildare Ireland that provides a safe and peaceful haven aimed at recuperation and a return to a health lifestyle. This year’s fundraiser has been extended as well to Age Action Ireland, a leader in advocacy for older people and ageing.

The fundraising round of golf will conclude at the 18th hole of the prestigious East Course against the stunning backdrop of the Wicklow Mountains and Ireland’s Powerscourt Estate

Teams of four are invited to enter with an admission fee of €500 while Tee Box sponsorship has been set at €100 per tee. The Golf Classic from the noon registration on 8 July to the shotgun start on 18 holes on the East Course at Powerscourt Estate will conclude with dinner and prize giving.

Dublin Ireland’s Ballsbridge Lions Club founder and president, Farrell O’Boy will welcome all who enter to play a round of golf on the East Course at Powerscourt Estate

Book a team or donate to the charities by phoning Farrell O’Boy at 087 2585890 or John Gavigan at 086 246025, or Tony Kelly at 087 2569506. Entry fees and donations can also be made online at AIB, A/C Name Ballsbridge Lions Club, A/C Number 36989127, Sort Code 93-10-63, BIC AIBKIE2D, IBAN IE9 AIBK 9310 6336 9891 27.

 

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Image credits: Ballsbridge Lions Club

 

Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is Pynck.com’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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