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Leading Club Managers Raise Money for the Seve Ballesteros Foundation

9.12am 7th March 2013 - Exhibitions & Conferences

(from left) Ken Schofield, Niall Flanagan, Jools Tait and Massimo Scalabrini
(from left) Ken Schofield, Niall Flanagan, Jools Tait and Massimo Scalabrini

The inaugural European Club Leadership Summit held in December supported by Club Inc, Toro, UBS Wealth & TaylorMade was described by all who attended as a great success with 100% of the delegates hoping to receive their initiation for the event in 2013.

The Leadership Summit are delighted to announce that a grand total of £7,700 was generated for the Seve Ballesteros Foundation.

Niall Flanagan Chairman of the European Club Leaders Summit said: “We are delighted to have attracted some the leading club managers in Europe to attend the summit and for them to get behind and support the Seve Ballesteros Foundation. It was a great mark of respect for Seve and what he has done to improve the professionalism of golf across Europe.”

Jools Tait Director of Partnerships for Cancer Research UK said: “We were thrilled to find out that we were the official charity for this great event. We would like to thank all the participants for their generosity and their considerate support for the Seve Ballesteros Foundation.”

The European Club Leadership Summit would like to thank the support from: The Olympic Club; Country Club of Rochester; Roehampton Club; The Wisley; Sunningdale Golf Club; Les Bordes; Worplesdon Golf Club; The Buckinghamshire; Toro; Kingsbarns; Oliva Nova Golf; RRM UK; Club Milano; along with the generosity of: Dubai Golf; Al Antonez; Arnaldo Cocuzza; Dan Miles; Roehampton; Ronnie Malcolm; Mark MacDiarmid

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