Welcome to our latest update.
Before we start to talk about the exciting month ahead, and the fabulous events that we have coming up, we must congratulate fellow graduate of our Golf Foundation, Paul Casey. Read on to find out why we are sending Paul our best wishes.
Managing Director, Foxhills.
Paul Casey still at the top of the gameOur very own Paul Casey came joint 3rd at the Open at St Andrews. Congratulations go out to him as he continues to work on his game so you never know the Claret Jug could be his next year. Paul Casey was part of our Golf Foundation and if you are interested in applying for our next intake click here.
Foxhills Welcomes a New Captain
Welcome to Dave Rogers who has taken over as Club Captain from Judy Searle on 27th September. We hope that you will make Dave feel welcome.
The Captains Charity for 2009/2010 is Great Ormond Street Hospital. Keep your eyes pealed on the Captains board for fundraising events coming up.
Paul Casey Wins PGA Championship
We are very proud of our graduate Paul Casey, after his fabulous triumph at the PGA Championship at Wentworth. He became the first English man in 13 years to be placed in the top 3 of the leader board, closely followed by fellow Foundation member Anthony Wall who was placed 6th.
Casey started his career within the grounds of Foxhills where he was invited to join our Golf Foundation programme. Currently ranked 3rd in the world Casey said ''Foxhills is where it all started for me. I successfully tried for the Foxhills Golf Foundation as a young man and the rest is history. I learnt so much in those early years playing the two great courses and receiving tuition from the excellent teaching staff.”
For more information on the Golf Foundation and when the next trials will be held please contact Hannah on 01932 704474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 16th May saw over 70 members join us for our charity Aerobathon in aid of CRY.
Multiple Indoor Cycling Classes, Body Combat, Legs, Bums & Tums, Stretch and an appearance from Michael Jackson AKA Dean Tooby made this a very memorable event.
Well done to all members that participated and to Andrew Butcher who managed to stayed on his bike for all the studio cycling classes, completing 80 miles and burning over 4000 calories and to Kerry Lagden who played a major part in the organising and running of this event. We look forward to seeing you at the event in September. To register your interest email email@example.com.
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