Golfers tee up for veterans’ charity

The Caledonian Golf Club, Carnoustie, presented a cheque for �900 to a charity which supports veterans through golf. The money was raised by the club through a charity golf event held in September. Former Arbroath man and ex-Royal Horse Artilleryman Gary McNulty accepted the donation on behalf of the 'On Course Foundation'. The charity introduces physically and mentally wounded service personnel to the game of golf with the aim of building their self-esteem and making new friends. Gary lost his foot to a landmine in Aden in 1967. Pictured at the presentation are from left -  David Nicoll, guest speaker; Derek Young, captain of Caledonian Golf Club; Gary McNulty and Peter Waggott, vice-captain of Caledonian Golf Club. Picture by Wallace Ferrier.

The Caledonian Golf Club, Carnoustie, presented a cheque for �900 to a charity which supports veterans through golf. The money was raised by the club through a charity golf event held in September. Former Arbroath man and ex-Royal Horse Artilleryman Gary McNulty accepted the donation on behalf of the 'On Course Foundation'. The charity introduces physically and mentally wounded service personnel to the game of golf with the aim of building their self-esteem and making new friends. Gary lost his foot to a landmine in Aden in 1967. Pictured at the presentation are from left - David Nicoll, guest speaker; Derek Young, captain of Caledonian Golf Club; Gary McNulty and Peter Waggott, vice-captain of Caledonian Golf Club. Picture by Wallace Ferrier.

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The Caledonian Golf Club, Carnoustie, presented a cheque for £900 to a charity which supports veterans through golf.

The money was raised by the club through a charity golf event held in September. Former Arbroath man and ex-Royal Horse Artilleryman Gary McNulty accepted the donation on behalf of the ‘On Course Foundation’.

The charity introduces physically and mentally wounded service personnel to the game of golf with the aim of building their self-esteem and making new friends. Gary lost his foot to a landmine in 
Aden in 1967.