Ladies Golf Club successfully complete four rounds of golf in a day for charity

The team of 9 raised over £3,500 for charity as they walked over 35 kilometres over 16 hours of golfing action.

Credits- Will Britten

On Saturday 28 April, The University of St Andrews Ladies Golf Club played 4 rounds of golf to raise money for two local charities: Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (FRASAC) and the St Andrews Legacy.

The St Andrews Legacy is a charity that uses the game of golf to motivate and inspire ill and injured veterans to improved health, well-being, and stability. While Fife Rape and Sexual Assault (FRASAC) is an independent voluntary organisation offering a range of free and confidential time-limited counselling and support to anyone, male or female, who has been raped or sexually assaulted at some point in their lives.

Teeing off at 5:15am on the Castle Course and finishing at 9:30pm the Old Course, the girls walked 35 kilometres and 50,000 steps each, raising over £3,500 for the two charities.

Congratulations to the team that includes: Alexandra Qayum, Caroline Olsien Dehnel, Charlotte McCluskey, Heather McKimmie, Jade Tsang, Katie Darling, Katie Miller, Kirsten Brown and Seonaid Rapach.

Donations are still being collected via the link:



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.