Dr Boateng (second left) presenting the cash to Madam Antobam

The Captain One Golf Society has donated ¢2000 to the Angel of Hope Orphanage located at Tarkwa in the Western Region.

The gesture was part of the Society’s charity initiative to support the needy in communities across the country as well as introduce children to the game of golf.

Under the initiative ‘Golf for All’ , Captain One Golf Society is committed to bringing golf to the doorsteps of everyone, especially children.

It also aims at including young girls and introducing them to the sport; beginning with the Angel of Hope Orphanage.

Presenting the items, Captain of the association, Dr Frank Boateng said the donation which came out of contributions from members would go a long way to make life comfortable to the orphans and their caretakers.

“The society aside introducing kids to golf, is committed to ensuring that underprivileged in society are supported to live a comfortable life,” he stated.

Dr Boateng was accompanied by Competition Secretary Solomon Harvey and Executive Member Kojo Sassah for the presentation.

Head of the orphanage, Madam Esi Antobam expressed gratitude to the society for the timely intervention.

“The kids always need one thing or the other and to this gesture would go a long way to impact positively on their lives,” she stated.

Meanwhile, the society would hold its major Captain One Invitational Golf Championship scheduled for Kumasi on January 23.

The fourth major tournament is expected to attract about 100 golfers from clubs across the country to compete for a giant trophy and attractive cash prizes at stake.