Store cheers on Meath Golf Clubs
The NCBI Specsavers HolmPatrick Cup arrived at The K Club on Sunday, 10 September, where golf clubs from all over Leinster teed off to compete for the chance to play in St Andrew’s Scotland and win the prestigious trophy.
In addition to Felix Zinyemba and James Torr from Bellewstown Golf Club, Sean Cahill and David O’Brien from Royal Tara Golf Club also participated on the day. In total, 12 teams from across the province competed on the day, with Longford Golf Club coming out on top and placing first for Leinster.
Charity golf competition
Over the past five months, the NCBI Specsavers HolmPatrick Cup has seen GUI-affiliated golf courses across the country hold qualifying tournaments from local to county level. Following this, these winners competed in the provincial finals to compete for a place at the final.
The four provincial winners; Howth Golf Club, Longford Golf Club, Nenagh Golf Club and Castlebar Golf Club will play at the final, which is hosted this October at the world-renowned St Andrew’s Links in Scotland.
Speaking about the store’s involvement store director at Specsavers Navan, Kerril Hickey says: ‘We at Specsavers Navan are delighted to be able to give back to the community and show our support. It was great to have Felix Zinyemba, James Torr Sean Cahill and David O’Brien competing at the Leinster Final in The K Club last Sunday.
'We are proud to support the National Council for the Blind of Ireland, which is the perfect partner for Specsavers. We are a local community optician and hearing centre and supporting local clubs, charities and organisations is a key part of our culture.’
Earlier this year, Specsavers announced a partnership with the National Council for the Blind of Ireland, which will include a two-year sponsorship deal and fundraising of at least €30,000.