2014 Charity Golf Day

Cardiff Breaks the Course Record – On & Off

Cardiff Circle’s annual charity Golf Day held on 10 July 2014 at Llanishen Golf Club, Cardiff was blessed with glorious weather. The event attracted a record number of over 50 golfers, Catenians, Ladies and friends. In the evening they were joined a dinner in the club-house by a further 50 or so Catenians, Ladies and guests making well over 100 in total, another record. Cardiff President, Bro Gerry Lynch thanked the Club for their hospitality, all those who had played or attended the dinner and in particular Bro Paul Good who had done most of the organisation of the day. The Captain of the Llanishen Club, Harold Taylor, welcomed the Catenians and their guests back to the club for the annual event and said that he thought such events were important to bring the Club to the community. As usual there were prizes for ‘nearest the pin’, ‘longest drive’, best Ladies team but the overall winners were Glenamaddy comprising Bro Mike Halloran, his son Jonathan, his son-in-law Kevin and friend Graham. Bro Gerry Lynch said that he had chosen Cafod as his charity for the year as a result of seeing first-hand the magnificent work that they did when he worked in Africa.  As a result of partial matched funding scheme from Barclays Bank, the evening raised over £1,700 for Cafod.

Cardiff 36 President, Bro Gerry Lynch, welcomes the guests

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Club Captain Harold Taylor welcomes the Catenians to the club

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The winning ladies team “Ladies”

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The 3rd place team overall “Four Old Putters”

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The 2nd place team overall “Daily Males”

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The winning team (l to r) Graham Sinclair, Mike Halloran, Kevin Richardson and Jonathan Halloran with Harold Taylor

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