Ballachulish course hosts charity golf tournament

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT David and Jean MacPherson (left) and tournment sponsor Donald Gordon (right) with James Young and Katy Worsdall of the Dragon’s Toth Golf Club. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

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Oban-based business, Gordon and Strathern raised more than £3,000 for a charity which helps wounded Service personnel when they organised a Four Man Texas Scramble golfing day at the Dragon’s Tooth course, Ballachulish.

The sun cream was out in quantity as the teams of employs, contractors and customers battled their way around the course in almost tropical heat, interrupted only by a barbecue lunch at the clubhouse, followed by raffle and prizegiving.

Trustee of the charity, ‘Help Our Wounded Royal Marines and Supporting Arms’,  Jean MacPherson and her husband, David also attended to answer questions on the work of the charity and thank everyone for taking part.