Inaugural golf event benefits local charity

Inviting industry professionals and colleagues to an afternoon on the links at La Grande Mare Golf Club was the order of the day for JGA following the unfortunate cancellation of the Autism Guernsey Charity Golf Day.

Raising money for the charity over a Stableford format competition saw three, three ball teams set out for bragging rights on a dry but blowy Friday afternoon.

JGA collected charitable donations from players and then doubled the takings at the end of the night for the charity.

A donation of £360 has been presented to Autism Guernsey.

‘We were disappointed that Autism Guernsey’s event got cancelled, so wanted to do something that would benefit the charity. We are pleased to make a contribution to this local cause’ said James Gavey, Director or JG Architecture Ltd.

After eighteen holes and numerous lost balls, results from the day were counted as follows:

Wining Team – 75 Points
Miles Pengelley – JGA – 34 points
Roger Froome – Froome – 28 points
Matt Brehaut – Wildcard – 27 points

Second Place – 72 Points
Jez Kaill – Kaill Plumbing – 28 Points
Paul Mason – RG Falla – 22 Points
Richard Duchemin – Wildcard – 34 points

Wooden Spoon – 68 Points
James Gavey – JGA – 33 Points
Mark Palfrey – RG Falla (nearest the pin winner) – 28 Points
Tim Roberts – Shields & Rutland – 15 points

We would like to thank all who participated in this event and especially thank them for their donations to Autism Guernsey.

JG Architecture Ltd currently sponsor La Grande Mare Driving Range and can ‘plan your project to a tee’.

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