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2015 Marks & Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic


by IMAGE
31st Jul 2015

no fee if Marks & Spencer Ireland mentioned in caption Ronan Keating and Storm Uechtritz at the 2015 Marks & Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic -photo Kieran Harnett Celebrities swing into action at the 2015 Marks & Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic Ronan Keating is pictured at the Marks and Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic which took place on the Palmer Course at the K Club. Now in its 16th year, the event saw a host of celebrities including Hollywood actors Dougray Scott and Stephen Graham, rugby legends Shane Byrne and Mike Tindall, and former footballer Jason McAteer, descend on the prestigious Kildare course to enjoy a fantastic day of golf followed by dinner at the K Club. The highly anticipated event raises much needed funds for the Marie Keating Foundation so it can continue to raise cancer awareness and provide free cancer services. Marks & Spencer Ireland is a proud sponsor of the Marie Keating Foundation. Over the last 13 years it has raised in excess of ?1.7 million for the charity. For further information, please contact Wilson Hartnell on 01 6690030: Niamh Queeney 087 754 2229 [email protected]

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Ronan Keating and Storm Uechtritz at the 2015 Marks Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic

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Celebrities from the world of entertainment, sport and media descended on the prestigious K Club golf course in Kildare for the 2015 Marks & Spencer Ireland Marie Keating Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic. Now in its 16th year, the highly anticipated annual event is one of the highlights of the golfing calendar and raises much needed funds for the Marie Keating Foundation so it can continue to raise cancer awareness and provide free cancer services.

The event was hosted by ambassador and patron of the Foundation, Ronan Keating. Over 35 teams participated in the competition and delighted guests got the chance to play golf with an array of high profile celebrities including Hollywood actors Dougray Scott and Stephen Graham, rugby legends Shane Byrne and Mike Tindall, and former footballer Ian Wright.

Following a fantastic day of golf, guests including Zara Phillips, Storm Uechtritz, Keith Duffy and Laurence Kinlan gathered at Legend’s Restaurant for a drinks reception followed by a four-course meal in The Arnold Palmer Room with wine and champagne from M&S. Entertainment was provided by comedian Stan Boardman and singer Cole Page. Brothers Ronan and Gary Keating hosted an auction with items such as golf merchandise signed by Rory McIlroy going under the hammer to raise funds for the worthy cause.