Tsogo Sun Duke of Edinburgh Cup 2015

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We at Tsogo Sun are proud to have been associated with the Duke of Edinburgh Cup for more than 10 years and it has always been a highlight on our annual calendar.

The tournament represents the South African leg of the Duke of Edinburgh Cup, which is played annually in 10 different countries with the aim of raising funds to benefit children and young people in need.

“Over the years we have raised a considerable amount for underprivileged children – and we look forward to the contribution we will make to children’s lives this year through the tournament,” says Noëleen Bruton, Group Marketing Director of Tsogo Sun.

Children of Diepsloot will be the main beneficiaries of this year’s prestigious Tsogo Sun Duke of Edinburgh Cup amateur golf tournament, which will be played on Monday 20 April at the Country Club Johannesburg, on both the Woodmead and Rockland Courses.

Unlike previous years, this year’s tournament was not made available to the public to purchase fourballs, but is by invitation only, giving Tsogo Sun the opportunity to thank their loyal and supportive card members. The winning pair from each of the two golf courses will qualify for one of amateur golf’s most coveted prizes – an invitation to participate in the exclusive Duke of Edinburgh Cup 2015 World Finals in England.

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More than 2 200 children from Grade 1 to Grade 7 at Muzomuhle Primary School, Diepsloot’s oldest and largest school, will benefit from funds raised through the charity-driven golf tournament this year.  Many of these children go to school without either shoes or jerseys so we worked in partnership with the school to identify each child’s greatest needs.  So, to kick things off for #DOE2015, we’re bringing friends and media to the school in Diepsloot today to help us hand over 2 200 anoraks, 400 pairs of school shoes and 300 school jerseys to help see the children through the winter months.

[Some of the following photos are credited to our media friends who volunteered to help us today; Rich Simmons, ForGoodSA]

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