Fifth Lisa Wilson Golf Day raises over £6000

The fifth annual golf day at Wellow where Lisa worked and played golf was a great success. Over 150 members played in the members competition on an absolute heaven sent day the sun and the golf really hotted up. As well as the members competition there was a separate sponsors competition won by Sue Bakewell and most surprisingly Clive Wilson Lisa’s dad. Ninety two attended the sponsors dinner and 72 the members barbeque. Mr Southampton himself Lawrie McMenemy presented the many prizes and also auctioned a day at St. Marys on his for hospitality to watch Saints. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the ‘Grumbleweeds’ who put on a great cabaret. The evening was topped of with dancing to ‘For One Night Only’. With the raffle auction, members donations and generous sponsorship £6300 was raised. Wellow golf club put on a first class day and donated the guests green fees to the charity.


Many thanks to all concerned.



4th Lisa Wilson Golf Day raises over £4000

July 29th saw the Fourth Lisa Wilson Golf Day take place at Wellow where Lisa worked and played golf. Nearly 150 people played on the day with a members’ competition and friends and family competition. Whilst the weather was a little wet at times, golfers seemed to be quite happy to get some respite from the baking sun. The evening cabaret starred comedian and singer Steve Womack who was on top form and well supported by ‘Soul Diva’ Danielle. There were some beautiful trophies and a whole host of lovely raffle prizes. A DVD, ‘Lisa’s Legacy’ produced by Lisa’s brother Ross was shown and the announcement of breaking the £100,000 barrier was made on the night. Lisa’s mum Tricia came second to Sue Bakewell in the Ladies guest competition, and Lisa’s brother Scott came second to Will Cheater in the men’s guest competition. The winners of the members’ competitions were ladies’ Margi Burt, men’s D G Lewis and junior Ryan Burgess.  Congratulations to you all.

Lisa’s brother Scott receives his runners up trophy from Steve Womack

3rd Lisa Wilson Golf Day raises over £5500

The third annual Lisa Wilson Golf Day took part at Wellow Golf Club on Saturday July 30th.Despite very mixed weather for the first time almost 150 golfers took part in the competition. The event was well sponsored and former England cricketer Robin Smith came along to present the prizes. He also offered to auction a four ball golf match at Hampworth with himself and three guests, this was sold twice for £350 raising another £700 for the charity. With the raffle bringing in £410 and members and guest fees this amassed a tremendous total of over £5500.


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2nd Lisa Wilson Golf Day raises over £4000

The Lisa Wilson Golf Day took place at Wellow Golf Club on Saturday 31st July. The event took place at the club where Lisa worked for several years, and where she also played golf and won the Gilbert Trophy in 1997. 

154 members played in the competition along with 26 sponsors, family and friends.  After the golf, ex-Saints bad boy Mark Dennis presented the prizes and Denis Bundy was master of ceremonies. During the evening there was a raffle and entertainment by tribute band Abba-Rival who had everybody dancing along. This second golf day was a great success and we would like to thank all at Wellow Golf Club and the members for their tremendous support. We would also like to say a big thank you to all our sponsors and friends for coming along to this special day.


Lisa’s Golf Day raises over £6000

Lisa’s Golf Day took place on Saturday August 2nd at Wellow Golf Club where Lisa worked and played golf for some eight years. Over 180 players turned up on a glorious summers day to join in the competition. It was particularly fitting that Lisa’s mum Tricia won the ladies guests and sponsors competition. During the evening over 150 people attended the prize giving and barbeque that was followed by music and dancing from the ‘One Hit Wonders’.  Entry fees, donations and sponsorship raised over £4000.  A charity auction carried out by Denis Bundy raised £1715, and the raffle brought in another £424, bringing the grand total to over £6000.

We would like to thank everybody for their support and hope this will become an annual event on the Wellow calendar.

To coincide with the event, an article about the golf day and the Scholarship Fund was featured in the August edition of And Magazine. Please click here to view the article.