Carbon back Open winner's foundation
Blairgowrie Golf Club hosted a successful Paul Lawrie Foundation Golf Day.
The event, sponsored by Perthshire Chamber members Carbon Financial, supported the Foundation established by the 1999 Open champion and Ryder Cup vice-captain to develop young sporting talent.
Pictured with the famous Claret Jug at the 2014 Junior Ryder Cup venue are the winning team (from left): Bob Mackie, Charlie Gallagher, Paul Lawrie, Mark Christie and Ross McKay.
Carbon Financial managing director Gordon Wilson said: “We are delighted to be supporters of Paul’s Foundation, which is doing marvelous work nurturing the next generation of talented girls and boys.
“Paul took time to play a few holes with each of the teams, offered some valuable advice at a tutorial on the practice ground and entertained guests with a wide-ranging question and answer session.”
Carbon Financial, who are long-time sponsors of the Chamber's annual golf day, are Premier Partners at Blairgowrie Golf Club.
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