Mary O'Gara Foundation
On Friday 8th July 2022 the amazing David Watters will endeavour to play a continuous 100 holes of golf in a single day - that's five and half rounds of non-stop golf!! Around Preston Golf Club which, in case you don't know, is not a flat track.

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To donate to this worthy cause and to encourage David click button & go to the Mary O'Gara website where you can also read about Mary's Story and see info about current and future events.

Starting early (4.30am) in the morning, David will be supported along the way by a host of sporting celebrities including the likes of Andy Lonergan, Clarke Carlisle, Jamie Milligan, Dave Lucas, Paul Eastwood, Ian Bryson and more . . .

This monumental marathon of golf is being undertaken in support of the Mary O’Gara foundation, a charitable organisation tackling suicide prevention amongst young people in Lancashire.

As a celebration of David's efforts and to continue the fund raising there will be an Evening Gala at Preston Golf Club (starting 7.00pm) featuring entertainment by Paddy Slater and including Hog Roast and Raffle.

Tickets for the Gala are £20 each.
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To donate to this worthy cause and encourage David please go to the Mary O'Gara Foundation website and follow the links to Donate and read all about Mary's Story. 


The Mary O’Gara Foundation is a non-profit organisation raising awareness and funds for mental health services and dispelling the stigma associated to suicide.

We are run by volunteers (family and friends) who all share the same hopes and ambitions for the foundation.

We started our journey on 30 May 2020 when our beautiful daughter Mary took her own life and became an angel at the age of 27. Her legacy lives on and we all remember the happy, smiley girl we knew and loved so very much.

Current statistics show that four school children a week are lost to suicide in the UK. This is an alarming statistic and why we believe spotting the signs and tackling the issue at an early age is a priority.
Our mission is to roll-out a programme delivering suicide prevention training to members of staff in high schools across Lancashire so that every school is equipped with staff members who can effectively offer support to a young person who desperately needs to reach out. Suicide is a preventable death and we can all work together to ensure this is the case.


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