Cape Town, 10 March 2022:
A fantastic outdoor golf net for use by our First Swing Program golfers was unveiled at Dominican School For The Deaf on Tuesday.
With Western Province Golf GM of Operations Robbie Scott and WPG Executive Paul Slater as well as Western Province Senior Women’s Golf Society’s Barbara Schwarz in attendance, the much-anticipated event began with a few words from FSP coach Charles Williams.
Addressing the assembled children, Williams reflected on his Canon Open Series victory in 2021 and impressed on them the need to have a positive mindset and good work ethic in pursuit of their dreams.
WPG Executive SADGA representative, Paul Slater also said a few words before the children broke off into smaller groups to participate in various activities coordinated by the FSP Elite squad members.
A fun-filled day drew to a close with Schwarz handing out small goodie bags to the children as a thank you for their attendance.
SADGA Chairman Enver Hassen remarked that the installation of the net will see the already-impressive FSP contingent at Dominican elevate their respective games to even greater heights.
“The FSP talent pool at Dominican is already incredibly deep and the addition of this net to the facilities at the school is fantastic as it provides an opportunity for the golfers to hone their skills outside of organised practices at King David Mowbray Golf Club,” remarked Hassen.
“The installation of this net wouldn’t have been possible without the generous donation from Western Province Golf and WPSWGS so I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to both parties for their generosity,” Hassen concluded.
Photo: Theresa Coetzee/ Dominican School For the Deaf & Craig Stirton/SADGA
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