PRG supports Dreamflight Golf Day

PRG, the bespoke golf accessory brand has supported the Ian Poulter Dreamflight Charity Golf Day at Woburn for the last five years. This year’s charity golf day saw 25 teams competing over the club’s Marquess course in the fifth annual Ian Poulter Dreamflight Charity Golf Day. The event helped to raise over £22,000 for the charity’s next annual Florida trip in October. PRG provided gift bags for all competitors, including pompom headcovers, tees, towels, tote bags, iPad cases and ballmarkers, all emblazoned with the ‘Dreamflight – Changing Lives’ logo.

The charity is the brainchild of Patricia Pearce MBE and helps to change and enrich the lives of children with serious illnesses or disabilities by taking them on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida, firmly believing that fun and joy are equally as important as medical research and equipment for children whose lives have been disrupted by illness and treatment.

PRG director, Kevin Funnell said, “Dreamflight is a charity that can’t fail to touch the hearts of all who come into contact with it. We are absolutely thrilled to have been able to help Pat and her team for five years now, and are very much looking forward to next year’s golf day as this remarkable charity, which so enhances the lives of young children, celebrates its 30th anniversary.”

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