Coles Miller Ryder Cup Raises £2,200 For Headway Dorset29th Sep 2014
Thirty six local business executives teed off at the Coles Miller Ryder Cup golf day to raise £2,200 for brain injury charity Headway Dorset.
Europe’s Chris Trowbridge of Norco GRP and Chris Fenn of CPF Associates were the best pairing on the day, scoring 46 points at the tournament held at 350-acre Canford Magna Golf Club, Dorset’s largest golf complex.
Coles Miller - which holds the event every two years - chose brain injury charity Headway Dorset as the beneficiary because it is a worthy cause “very close to our hearts.”
Headway Dorset provides advice and support to people with brain injuries, their families and carers.
Its chairman of trustees is Coles Miller Partner Adrian Cormack, a UK Legal 500 Recommended Lawyer who is head of the firm’s Personal Injury department.
Mr Cormack said: “Coles Miller has helped Headway Dorset for more than a decade and we are delighted to support them in their 21st year.
“Headway Dorset provides vital support for people who have sustained head and brain injuries,” he added.
Coles Miller Ryder Cup Winners: 1. Chris Trowbridge (Norco GRP) and Chris Fenn (CPF Associates); 2. John Caithness (Princecroft Willis) and Andrew Cosham (Alliance Building Plastics); Joint 3. Sandy Kinninmonth (Baker Tilly), Mike Baynham (Copyrite) and Paul Walshe (Guest of Copyrite). Longest Drive, James Robinson (Princecroft Willis). Nearest The Pin, James Mitchell (Handelsbanken). Individual Putting Competition, Paul Sullivan (Intergage).
For more information, please contact Coles Miller Marketing Manager Lee Taylor on 01202 673011.
Photo L-R: Coles Miller Partner and Headway Dorset chairman of trustees Adrian Cormack, Headway Dorset trustee Tom Mottram