The Urbytus team and our sponsor EU Property Solutions would like to thank all of the community presidents, administrators & friends who joined us for the 1st Presidents Club Golf Tournament.
The tournament was held at the beautiful Marbella Club Golf Resort in Benahavís on November 10 and was arranged with the help of golf pro Garry Corkish.
This event was held in aid of Cudeca, a local charity which provides end-of-life care for roughly 1000 people in the Málaga region. The hospice concept is not yet formally established in Spain, and Cuduca bridges the gap in care for the terminally ill and their families.
At Urbytus we are proud to extend our reach beyond helping communities get online to support this wonderful charity.
We enjoyed a wonderful breakfast while the mountain dew evaporated and at 9:30 the teams headed out for a round of Texas Scramble. The course is reportedly not the easiest, but the players had fun. The winning team was Andy Fergusson from Estepona with team mates. Congratulations!
After the tournament we enjoyed tapas and drinks while Cudeca representative Nati & Urbytus founder Ali, held a raffle & auction which further increased the proceeds given to Cudeca from this event.
This is the first time Urbytus has organized a golf event, but watch this space and join us next time for a friendly competition in support of a good cause. Sign up now to The Presidents Club to receive notification about our next event.
Thank you all, we look forward to seeing you next time!
The Presidents Club
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