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Teeing off in aid of charity

Published:Friday | July 18, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Tryall Golf Course - Contributed

Tryall Golf and Country Club will play host to another Johnnie Walker Golf Championship tomorrow, in aid of Diageo Red Stripe Learning for Life programme.

Learning for Life entails a variety of skills-training programmes in which participants may choose to gain certification according to their field of interest.

Professional long-drive golfer and Guinness World Record holder, Maurice Allen, is special guest at the Johnnie Walker Charity Golf Tournament. The winner of the event will go on to Gleneagles in Scotland, an ambition held by every golfer.

Tryall Golf and Country Club is beautiful and has been around for 300 years. The 2,200-acre property first served as an English fort but now boasts a reputation for being one of the best golf courses in the world and an amazing hideaway for vacations and leisure time.

Tryall Club includes 73 luxury estate villas and 13 great house villas. It has continued to gain distinction as a world-class private golf course and one of the most elite villa-vacation estates in the Caribbean. Because of its history, Tryall Club has been designated a national heritage foundation site.