Charity Golf Scotland Events October 2020
Business Fours Charity Golf Scotland Events
As part of Scotland’s national business golf tournament Business Fours is hosting four qualifying charity golf events in Tayside, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen ahead of the national final event held at The Dukes Golf Course in St. Andrews at the end of October.
Against the backdrop of uncertainty businesses throughout the country are faced with Business Fours has developed a COVID-Secure events safety procedures and guidelines which outline the safety measures to be followed to provide a safe environment for all taking part. These measures which include limiting numbers at events to 12 fourballs to allow for social distancing are designed first and foremost with client safety in mind and to create a comfortable environment for everyone taking part. These can be accessed on the Business Fours website here.
With 10% of all revenue being donated to the winner’s charity of choice at the national final, charity is a huge driver for the company organising the events who have raised over £170,000 for charities across the UK and counting. Golfers will have the opportunity to scoop a £10,000 charity donation for hitting a hole in one at the national final event with £2,500 on offer for an ace at any of the qualifying events. Last year’s winners, Hollis will be back to defend their title as they took home the 2019 trophy and the prize donation of £2,100 for their chosen charity Alzheimer’s UK more information on the work of this fantastic charity can be found here.
With entries now open companies like Begbies Traynor, Principal & Prosper, Linear, BTO Solicitors, Howdens, Intona etc are just a few who hope to be crowned this year’s champions on Thursday 29th October 2020.
Alongside making a charitable impact, these charity golf Scotland events promote health and fitness in a relaxed environment and offer an opportunity to meet new people and develop existing connections in a socially distant manner. The team captain from last year’s runners up, Robert McNab from Anderson Strathern, described the day as “a fantastic event which provided an excellent platform to meet new connections in a relaxed and fun environment”.
Tournament and Business Fours founder, John McClarey, is looking forward to the charity golf Scotland events. He said: “We are looking forward to getting back on the golf course this year which is one of the safest places for businesses to meet under the current circumstances. Golf remains a great way for businesses to come together in a safe environment to raise some money for their chosen charities. Like most sectors the charity industry has been hit pretty hard and hopefully our events can have a positive impact on communities throughout Scotland”
You can find more detail over on the website here.