The Michael Lewis Foundation Golf Day

The Second Michael Lewis Foundation Golf Day was a great success, thanks to the support of Auction House Birmingham and The Black Country, who sponsored the event, and Walsall Golf Club, who provided a magnificent course in excellent condition. With the sun shining down on us, it was the perfect day for a golfing competition.

Everyone involved in the event was in high spirits, and the challenge was on to win the annual trophy donated by Hearnshaws, last year’s winner. The atmosphere was fantastic, with players and spectators alike enjoying the friendly competition and camaraderie.

The day’s festivities continued well into the evening, with prize-givings, raffles, and good food. A huge thank you goes out to everyone involved for their tremendous generosity in supporting the Michael Lewis Foundation and its mission to provide opportunities for disadvantaged young people.

In particular, congratulations are due to Edwards Moore for winning first prize. Their performance on the course was outstanding, and they were truly deserving of the accolade.

The Michael Lewis Foundation was established in memory of Michael Lewis, a young man who tragically lost his life in a car accident in 2016. Michael was passionate about helping others, and the Foundation was created to honour his memory by providing opportunities for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The Foundation’s Golf Day is an important event on its calendar, as it raises vital funds that enable the organization to continue its work. The support of Auction House Birmingham and The Black Country, as well as other sponsors and donors, is crucial to the success of the event, and the Foundation is grateful for their ongoing support.

The day was also a great opportunity to raise awareness of the Foundation’s work and to highlight the importance of providing opportunities for young people who may otherwise be overlooked. Through its various programs and initiatives, the Michael Lewis Foundation is making a real difference in the lives of young people, and events like Golf Day help to ensure that this important work can continue.

Overall, the Second Michael Lewis Foundation Golf Day was a tremendous success, and everyone involved can be proud of what they accomplished. From the golfers to the sponsors, from the volunteers to the organizers, everyone played their part in making the day a memorable one. The Foundation looks forward to continuing this tradition and to building on its success in the years to come.