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At the launch of Enable Ireland’s “ Longest Drive & Nearest to the Pin golf charity competition at the Fota Island resort were, Sara Byrne, Douglas Golf Club with Peter O’Keeffe, Dennehy Health and Fitness and back from left, John O’Flynn, general manager, Fota Island Resort, Brian Kelleher, Pro, Fota Island Resort, David Whyte, Frankfield Golf Academy and Enable Ireland service user Jack MacFarlane.

Golf clubs throughout Cork City & County are gearing up for Enable Ireland’s ‘Longest Drive’ & ‘Nearest the Pin’ charity competitions which will see men and women across all amateur levels compete at participating Golf Clubs throughout April.

The fundraising campaign aims to raise money for a new state-of-the-art Children’s Centre in Curraheen by encouraging all golfing enthusiasts throughout Cork City and County to take part in the Competition at any of the participating Golf Clubs.

Four finalists from each Golf Club will then go forward to the Final which will take place on the 7th of May at Fota Island Golf Club. The competition is guaranteed to be great fun while also raising much needed funds for this worthy cause.

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