A Day of Golf in Memory of Graham Smith: 24th May 2012

Graham and Rosemary Smith
Graham and Rosemary Smith

Rosemary Smith is planning to hold a Society Golf Day for Breathing Matters, in memory of her loving husband, Graham Smith on his birthday this year, Thursday 24th May 2012.  Graham sadly died last year from bronchiectasis.

Rosemary says, “Graham had life-saving surgery at UCH as a child for bronchiectasis.  Without UCH, I would have never known Graham, let alone have 49 years of marriage and 3 super kids. Graham loved his golf and he also loved a good get-together with his friends”. 

The Day is being held at Gatton Manor Golf Club in Ockley, near Dorking,Surrey where Graham and Rosemary were the first members when it was built 41 years ago.  Graham was Captain back in 1978 and, when he could only do a few holes even in a buggy, they made him an honorary member for life.

The day will start at 11am with bacon butties and coffee, 18 holes of golf and then a buffet supper and prize giving.  There will be an auction as well as a raffle and a fun putting competition. Gatton Manor Golf Club are very pleased to be supporting this day in aid of Breathing Matters and have donated a Round of Golf for 4 to the auction.

If anyone is interested in joining in on the day, please contact Rosemary on info@little-ghyll.co.uk.


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