A record number of teams descended on Foxhills Golf Club last week (Thursday 28 March) for the annual Foxhills Irish Golf Day, in aid of the London Irish Academy.
36 teams took part in the 18-hole event which was played in glorious weather at the Surrey golf Club.
Brendan Reynolds, ambassador of Foxhills Golf Club and a long-time advocate of London Irish Rugby Club, was pivotal in arranging the day, now in its 10th year.
In addition to playing the 18-hole course, attendees were treated to a Q&A session emceed by Georgie Bingham of Talksport with London Irish first team players Ian Keatley, Stephen Myler and Matt Williams.
Comedian auctioneer, Adger Brown chaired a very successful auction and London Irish Academy Manager, Patrick O’Grady gave a detailed overview of the London Irish Academy and plans for the future.
O’Grady said: “It was fantastic to see a record number of teams attend last week’s golf day at Foxhills and show their support for the Club’s Academy. I would like to thank all the attendees, the Club’s players, Georgie Bingham, Adger Brown, the Foxhill team for the fantastic facilities and Brendon Reynolds for their support of the event.”