Charity golf tournament fundraiser Charity Golf Tournament is raising £10m in just four months thanks to its “crowdsourcing” techniques.
The event, which is currently being held in Wales, is currently taking place in Cardiff, with a final in Manchester, after which it will head to Scotland.
This is thanks to the help of thousands of fans and fans in Scotland, who have donated £25,000 and helped raise over £6,000.
The charity has now been raised to around £12.5m.
The golf tournament has raised more than £10.8m for charities in just the past year.
It was set up by the charity Golf for Charity and aims to raise money for sports in Wales and Scotland.
The organisers say the event has already raised more money than they ever had.
“It’s the biggest fundraising event we’ve ever had, it’s probably the biggest we’ve got ever,” said Charity Golf, which has raised around £9.5 million since the beginning of this year.
“We have done quite a few things, we’ve been in the process of getting funding for the last few years.”
Now we’ve raised a massive amount, it is just huge.
“There’s so many good people that we’ve met who have helped us.”
For charity golf to be able to raise so much money we’ve only got to put the money into something and then there’s no need for us to raise more money.
“The charity golf course has become a popular event and has been featured on television shows such as The Grand Slam, Channel 5’s The Masters and BBC Four’s The Golf Show.
Its popularity has allowed the event to gain a lot of momentum in the UK.
The charity golf charity golf is the second-largest fundraising event in Wales after the Charity Golf Championships.
The tournament is currently held in Cardiff but the final will be held in Manchester next week.
The charities fundraising event has received huge support from a number of people including the former Labour MP for Cardiff West, Peter Whittle, former Prime Minister Nick Clegg, former First Minister, Gordon Brown, Lord Howe and the former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Margaret Thatcher.
Mr Whittle said the golf tournament was “absolutely fantastic”.”
The charity is a very important part of our society and its a great way to give back and raise awareness of our local communities,” he said.”
People come to the golf course, play and then spend time with the golfers.
“I’ve always thought golf was an excellent sport for a charity.
It’s a very positive activity and its very beneficial to the communities it is played in.”
He said golf is a “positive way to raise awareness” and is a great exercise in community engagement.
“A golf tournament is an important part for charities, and that’s why it’s a good way to support the charity,” he added.
“If you’ve got golf in the backyard, you can just give your time and effort to help a cause.”
Golf is very different to golf courses, they are more than just a course, they have a community element to them.
“The golf course is a place where we can really bring our families and friends together and enjoy some of the best golf you will find in Wales.”
Mr Whitt said the charity golf event had become a big drawcard for many people and it was important to them to attend.
“As a charity golf team, we’re looking for people that are really interested in helping to raise funds for the golf tournaments in Wales.”
When you have a golf tournament, there’s a lot more people that come than you’d expect,” he explained.”
And that’s always great for charity golf.
“Mr Wilson said the fundraising event was a “good example” of the “value of giving” in a “truly international sport”.”
It’s a really positive thing and we’re grateful for it.”