Pictured at the launch of the annual Cope Foundation Golf Classic, sponsored by O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, at Monkstown Golf Club are Micheal O’Mullain, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, Shane Irwin, Monkstown Golf Club, Sean Abbott, Chief Executive at Cope Foundation and Brian Hurley from Monkstown Golf Club.
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The Cope Foundation Golf Classic will take place in 2020, and it promises to be another great event for the Cork charity. After successful events in Douglas Golf Club and Cork Golf Club, the popular classic now returns to Monkstown for the 2020 staging on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th September. Rescheduled from the regular August date due to Covid-19, the event will be run under the guidelines that apply at th time and the organising committee are now working on building the timesheet to ensure another successful event.
The event has been running for 24 years and has raised over €1.65 million. It started in Rathsallagh in Co Wicklow and regularly had the sold out signs up for the two day event. After Rathsallagh closed in 2015 the event moved to Cork, rotating between Monkstown, Douglas and Cork. Last year’s event in Douglas was another great success with close to €50,000 raised over the two days. As well as prizes for each shotgun start, the overall winner Continue reading
Pictured at the launch of the annual Cope Foundation Golf Classic, sponsored by O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, at Monkstown Golf Club are Micheal O’Mullain, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, Sean Abbott, Chief Executive at Cope Foundation and Stephen Archer, Munster Rugby prop.
Pic Darragh Kane
Cope Foundation recently launched their annual Golf Classic, which returns to Monkstown Golf Club later this year. After spending almost two decades in Rathsallagh, the classic returned to Cork in 2015 when Monkstown hosted the first event when it came back to Cork. After successful events in Douglas and Cork, the popular classic now returns to Monkstown for the 2018 staging. The event is in its 22nd year, and it raises much needed funds for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and their families. Last year’s Golf Classic raised over €40,000, bringing the total funds raised to date to over €1.6 million. This year’s tournament, which will feature 60 teams, will take place at Monkstown Golf Club on the 28th and 29th of June. To register for the event, visit www.cope-foundation.ie/GolfRegistration. Money raised from the annual event has made a significant contribution towards the essential services Cope Foundation provides to people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism across Cork city and county. Last year golfers were treated to a great day out in Cork Golf Club. Fine weather added to the event and there were full time sheets for each of the three scrambles. The perpetual trophy, given to the leading team from all Continue reading