Porsche Centre Sheffield was delighted to sponsor the golfing event hosted by Dan Walker, a patron of the Children’s Hospital Charity that raised more than £20,000 for the charity.
The fourth annual Walker Cup was held at the stunning Hallamshire Golf Club in Sheffield to raise funds to build a new Emergency Department at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. The competition consisted of 18 teams each led by a celebrity player.
The RG Group team emerged victorious, made up of Chris Broadhead, Dave Dixon, Dean Anderson and Louise Minchin, Dan Walker’s BBC Breakfast co-host, who took home the trophy.
The overall winner was George Woolgar and former footballer Leon Osman who won the individual celebrity league. In total, the event has now raised over £200,000 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital over the past five years.
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