Goldsmith Charity Golf Day

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A Charity Golf Day worth remembering

On a day of mixed English weather, Goldsmith Invest held a golf day in aid of the charity the Altzheimers Association.

Watch the short video below and you’ll see why a fantastic day was had by everyone (even the losers).

It’s no surprise that with the help of professionals like Jeramy Dale and Guvnor Media, Goldsmith’s managed to raise close to £1000, for a very important charity.

The two winners of the day will join Hannah Goldsmith and her ProAm team at the Oxfordshire, in August.

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