Op de Beeck & Worth are delighted to confirm our commitment to social responsibility by co-sponsoring two charity golf tournaments. The events are in support of DEBRA España, ‘The Butterfly Charity’, to raise funds for crucial research into Epidermolysis Bullosa.
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A staggering €150,000 has been raised for charity thanks to the impressive efforts of former golf professional, David Steele, who took part in an ambitious golf marathon earlier this month.
The event, which took place at El Higueral 9 hole golf course in Benahavis on June 7th, saw David attempt to play 324 holes of golf over 18 rounds during daylight hours.
The 65-year-old golfer not only achieved his goal, he went on to surpass it, playing 396 holes over 22 rounds in 14 hours, 37 minutes and 55 seconds. Taking 1,611 shots, David’s average score was 73.23.
Op de Beeck & Worth are proud to be the sponsors of two charity golf tournaments due to take place this summer, in aid of three local and very worth charities.
The first of the events will be held at Marbella Club Golf Resort on Sunday, June 19th from 9am to 12.30pm, with green fees of €85.
Then on Sunday, July 4th, the second of the two events will take place at La Cala Golf Resort, from 7.40am to 3pm, with green fees of €65.