14 teams joined Lintel Trust at its 23rd Annual Golf Tournament hosted at Dalmahoy Hotel and Country club.
£8170 was raised by the event this year and feedback from competitors has been very positive.
The event, sponsored by Scottish Procurement Alliance, Cruden and Kingdom Housing Association, saw participants take to the club’s West Course to enjoy a round of golf and some friendly competition.
The final results were close; with the top four teams all boasting impressive scores. Rutherglen and Cambuslang retained the Lintel Cup having won it last year, while the Cruden team missed out on a medal by just two points.
Lintel Cup - Rutherglen and Cambuslang Housing Association
Silver Medal - The Past Masters
Bronze Medal - Link Edinburgh
Individual Cup - Billy MacEwan (MMPS)
Nearest the Pin - Alan West (Lintel Trust)
Nearest the Pin in 2 shots - Andrew Mannion (Link Housing)
The money raised from the day will help Lintel Trust, part of the Link group of social enterprises, provide support to voluntary organisations and local communities throughout Scotland to help provide solutions for people in housing need.
Lintel Trust would like to thank the sponsors Scottish Procurement Alliance, Cruden, Kingdom Housing Association and Sidey as well as the teams for attending and for the selection of prizes donated to the Charity Raffle.
Kate Christie, Senior Business Development Officer, said: “What a great day everyone had and a fantastic total raised too. Thanks to the generosity of the teams and sponsors we will be able to help many more community projects across Scotland.”
Over the last year Lintel has supported a variety of housing advice and support services including No Place like Home (DPHS, Aberdeen City), Crisis Edinburgh Housing Coaching, Butterfly Trust Mentoring and Support, South Ayrshire Escape from Homelessness Starter Pack Project, Mary’s Kitchen (Bield), Houseability and the Urban Cafe (Glasgow City Mission).