Goslings $11,500 birdie boost for cancer centre
Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre received an $11,500 boost thanks to a Birdies For Bermuda sponsorship scheme.
Goslings International, an arm of the rum firm, donated $500 for every birdie scored by a Bermudian at the PGA Tour Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course earlier this month.
Malcolm Gosling, the president and CEO of Goslings International, said: “Gosling’s is very proud of the golfing accomplishments of the five fellow Bermudians who qualified for a spot in the Bermuda Championship.
“While golf on the PGA Tour is usually an individual endeavour, Dwayne Pearman, Daniel Augustus, Kenny Leseur, Jarryd Dillas and Michael Sims combined to make a total of 23 birdies in our Birdies For Bermuda initiative.”
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