The Goscor Group’s second Annual Charity Golf Challenge was held at the beautiful Atlantic Beach Golf Club in Melkbosstrand, Cape Town on Friday, 26 May 2017.
Sponsors and regional Goscor offices made an outstanding effort to decorate their holes on the day, ensuring all players were entertained. Trick-shot golfer Michael Scholtz entertained as MC. The Gold Sponsor of the event was Real Telematics, while Chartwell Roofing was the Silver Sponsor.
Bobcat and Goscor Lift Trucks Company won Best Hole, while Goscor Access Rental won a prize for raising the most money for charity. A total amount of R12 170 was raised in cash on the day. Together with other money raised from sponsorships, the Goscor Group was enabled to donate a total of R70 000 to the Legacy Development Community.
Legacy’s flagship programme is the Khulani Kayamandi Enrichment Centre in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch, where about 180 learners gather to learn, play, and to be cared for. The programme has grown steadily from 15 learners in 2006, including high-school learners and students.
“I would like to sincerely thank our sponsors for their continued support, year-after-year, in helping us achieve these goals to give a little back to the community,” Debby Marx, Goscor Group, Group Marketing Communications Manager, comments.
The Goscor Group’s famous Wheelbarrow Hamper Raffle, worth R6 000, was kindly sponsored by Cladco. Additional sponsors, which are gratefully acknowledged, were:
Barker Insurance Brokers, Speddick Industrial Tyres, Goscor Access Rental, DC Energy & Attachments, Bobcat, Meiwa Construction Equipment, Eternity Technologies, Callon solid Tyres, Goscor Lift Truck Company, GAC Laser, Road Transport Solutions, Afrit, Micron, Cladco, Uni-Span, Sunki Towing, and Curvent International.
Seen in the attached picture are: Neil Wilson, Goscor Group CEO; Tracey Smith, Wellness Manager; Khanyisa Mgudlwa, Assistant Manager; and Louise Fourie, MD of Legacy Community Development.