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Blair Atholl Community School visits the World of Golf



The Blair Atholl Community school was built by the Gary Player Foundation in 1983 with the aim of not only providing quality education to disadvantaged children from the region but also to take their experience beyond the walls of the classroom by providing a variety of activities that scholars can participate in.

One of these activities is golf and since 2003 The Gary Player Golf Experience has been involved with the Blair Atholl community project. Every week, 2 coaches visit the school to teach around 25 learners golf. On 9th November 2012 their annual journey culminated in a fun visit to the World of Golf where they participated in various golfing disciplines and were treated to a lunch.

Let’s Play also got involved by sponsoring T shirts and caps for all the children on the day. The visit to the World of Golf ended with the youngsters being rewarded with performance certificates in a prize giving ceremony.



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