Golf club helps Welwyn Garden City man raise over £1K for charity

James Morgan and Sammy McShane, vice captain of Welwyn Garden City Golf Club. Picture: Supplied.

James Morgan and Sammy McShane, vice captain of Welwyn Garden City Golf Club. Picture: Supplied.

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A golf club helped a Welwyn Garden City man raise over £1,000 for a charity that is very close to his heart.

Welwyn Garden City Golf Club held a charity day to help James Morgan raise over £1,000 for Brain Research Trust. Picture: Supplied.Welwyn Garden City Golf Club held a charity day to help James Morgan raise over £1,000 for Brain Research Trust. Picture: Supplied.

Welwyn Garden City Golf Club held a charity day for James Morgan, 21, who ran the London Marathon for Brain Research Trust.

James picked the charity as his beloved grandmother, Angela Morgan, passed away after suffering from a brain tumour in October 2016. 
The day was a massive success and raised £1,344, as 15 local businesses entered teams of four players.
Teams played a full round of 18 and a putting competition, with a lovely dinner afterwards. 
There were prizes for the winners, runners-up, closest to the pin on all par three’s and a raffle to win a Jaguar F-Pace S for the weekend. 
James said: “I want to say a huge thanks to the club for going to great lengths to help this great cause. 
“The day means that my total for my marathon fundraising is now £3,500 and is finished!”

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