Linn PTA holds successful charity golf event

The four ball from Port Of Larne with the Linn Primary School PTA Chairperson, Louise Robinson. INLT 32-601-CON
The four ball from Port Of Larne with the Linn Primary School PTA Chairperson, Louise Robinson. INLT 32-601-CON

Linn Primary School PTA had raised over £800 during its first ever fundraising golf challenge day at Cairndhu Golf Club.

The organisation would like to thank everyone who participated in the event and winners were as follows:

Best team (based on the total score of the best two cards returned) with a total of 74 points were Michael Douglas, Gerry McIlwrath and Colin Montgomery;

Best male – Johnny Millar (40 pts);

Best female – Kate Mellor (32 pts);

Best juvenile – Jamie Hamilton (36 pts);

Longest drive (male) – Michael Douglas;

Longest drive (female) – Gail McCluggage;

Nearest the pin – Catriona Smith;

Splash pool – Caleb Lynass;

Pitch and putt – Jemma Russell and Jodi McKinstry.

Congratulations also to Richard Todd who won a P&O Ferries trip for a car and two passengers.

The PTA would like to thank their event sponsors - Cairndhu Golf Club, Olderfleet Bar, AES Ballylumford, Robin McNinch, The Port Of Larne and P&O.

They would also like to thank everyone who donated prizes, supported the event and helped in any way.

A very special thanks also goes to Stephen Hood and Brian Houston for their help and support.

Linn Primary School PTA are a registered charity who are committed to raising funds which are spent on improving equipment and resources to enhance children’s education, the facilities in school and part fund the cost of educational school trips.