TPG Sports Event Golf day raises thousands for Rockinghorse

Toby Graves, the 24-year-old professional golfer and managing director of TPG Sports Events, organised the golf day in support of Rockinghorse and to help him with his own professional golfing career.

Toby Graves

The TPG Sports Events Golf Day was held at The Dyke Golf Club and was attended by 112 avid golfers. Under current government regulations, staggered starts and strict social distancing measures were put in place but did not hinder the success of the day. The event ran smoothly, and the rain held off until the end. Thanks to fundraising throughout the day, the event raised thousands of pounds, helping to fund ongoing projects and services that Rockinghorse are supporting during these critical times.

Barnets / JMS Connections took home the crown of winning team and received a £75 voucher for The Dyke Pro shop and a £75 voucher towards Par 3 Golf Breaks Holiday Travel.

Organiser Toby Graves expressed his delight following the success of the charity golf day: “Firstly I would like to thank everyone for attending the day in support of myself and Rockinghorse children’s charity. Without your support we cannot raise much-needed funds for Rockinghorse and all they do in the community and at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.

“Thank you to all the sponsors on the day and to The Dyke for letting us have the course for the whole day. Well done to everyone who took part and congratulations to winners Barnets / JMS Connections!

Stella Buckingham is the events fundraising manager at Rockinghorse and thanked Toby for his support: “We are so grateful for all that Toby does for Rockinghorse. The day was a roaring success and the funds raised just go to show how his hard work and determination to help does pay off. Again, a huge thank you Toby for choosing to support our charity”

Keep an eye out on our events page here for more of Toby’s golfing events during 2021. They’re really easy to sign up for a great fun, plus they are a great help to our fundraising which is especially needed at the moment.

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