Figures from business, public life and academia from both sides of the Atlantic will tee-off in a unique charity golf showcase, in support of the work of Gorta-Self Help Africa.
Taking place on September 1st 2016, Gorta-Self Help Africa is delighted to be the charity partner of ‘Gateway Cup 2016,’, which will be held at two of County Wicklow’s most illustrious courses.
Run by not-for-profit organisation Ireland Gateway to Europe, the competition will be the largest international business golf event ever held in Ireland.
Teams from Ireland, Boston College and Georgia Tech, Atlanta will compete in an event that will welcome 150 players, including a number of leading US business CEOs, politicians, figures from the world of business, and senior representatives from Boston College and Georgia Tech universities.
Gorta-Self Help Africa’s West of Ireland fundraiser Alan Kerins, a former Irish GAA legend, will act as vice-captain to broadcaster George Hook of the Irish team competing in the event.
The tournament will take place at two of North Wicklow’s leading courses – Woodbrook Golf Club outside Bray and Powerscourt Golf Club, both situated in the heart of the ‘Garden of Ireland.’
By sponsoring a hole at both courses, corporate participants will raise €1,000 euros in support of Gorta-Self Help Africa’s work with rural poor communities in Africa.
To find out more visit: www.thegatewaycup.com/