Natta Group 2017 Charity Golf Day – Scores on the doors!

 

Natta Group Charity Golf Day 2017

A massive thank you to everyone who took part in our 2017 Annual Charity Golf Day to help us raise funds

for our 3 nominated charities: The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, Rainbow Trusts Childrens’ Charity and The Brightwells Gostrey Centre.

It was a great day, Sherfield Oaks Golf Club provided us with an excellent lunch. As always, the day was really enjoyable and a great success.

Furthermore, we are always astounded and delighted by the outstanding generosity of all the players and our sponsors.

The Winners

First of all, congratulations to Greg Hillman from Ridgepoint Homes, who was the overall singles winner with 49 points. Jason Bates on 45 points from Landmark Brickwork and Andy Lear on 42 from TaylorMade came second and third respectively.

On the Waterloo Course, John Murphy from Natta Homes and Natta Building’s Eric Murphy, Andy Lear from TaylorMade and Kevin Warner from PGR were the winning team. The ‘Nearest the Pin’ winner was Bob Perfect from Natta Plant. Whilst, Eric Murphy from Natta Building won the ‘Beat the Pro’ competition.

In addition, on the Wellington course, team winners were Jamie Hillman, Greg Hillman, Graham Hillman and Simon Staines all from Ridgepoint Homes. The ‘Nearest the Pin’ winner was John Purcell from Prospect Materials. The ‘Beat the Pro’ competition was won by NatWest’s Alan Edwards. Well played one and all!

Finally, on behalf of our charities, our thanks go to all those who attended. A special thank you to all our clients and suppliers for their donations, without who, the day would not have been a success.

With your help we managed to raise –
£20,006 on the day.

Less the expenses of Golf Club fees £3,698

Therefore, giving us a total of: £16,308

Split equally between our Group’s 3 nominated charities.

So that’s an amazing £5,436 each going to :

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Natta Group Golf Day Thank you Poster – 2017

We look forward to seeing you at our 2018 Charity Golf Day.

Posted by Jo Whelan

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