Last year's participants already knew that every shot played helped - good and bad. This means fines for players playing a hole above a set number of strokes, or better, and for off-field shots. Proceeds from the tournament, consisting of fines and entry fee, amounting to €5,777 (142,400 CZK), will again help pay for special exercise therapy for children with polio.

CEO of aeqoom group Radek Hradil and Director of Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation Monika Granja

"I want to thank you all for coming, many of you for the second time, and for helping together where it is needed. Although our healthcare system is at an excellent level and doctors and nurses have a special thanks in recent months, there are still places where our help is needed. Thank you for that." Radek Hradil, director of aeqoom, said goodbye after handing over a symbolic check on the terrace of Panorama Golf Resort and added the names of the children who were helped by "golf money" last autumn.

"I would like to thank you all very much. This is our first project with "living people", the more I enjoy it," Monika Granja, director of the Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation, smiled after the announcement of the best players in the tournament.

The winner of the tournament

Over 50 players took part in the tournament on the 18-hole course. This is despite the fact that the final decision on the tournament was made a few days before the start of the tournament. The winner was awarded trophies in the form of hearts from the glassworks in Železný Brod and a number of prizes.

More info about the tournament, results and photos to be found here.

You can find information about the Fund to help children with cerebral palsy program here.

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