Emily Tan Tim Cresner
Oct 22, 2015

Campaign Asia holds second Charity Golf Tournament for Mother's Choice

PHUKET - Campaign Asia-Pacific's second annual Charity Golf Tournament, sponsored by Fox and GroupM, has raised more than US$37,000 for Hong Kong-based charity Mother's Choice.

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Overall team winner award went to GroupM A: Ed Thesiger, Adrian Lee, Andrew Edelson, Mike Jackson

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Tim Walrdon, MD of Haymarket Asia presenting the award for Best Individual Female Player to Ong Kai Ling of A+E Networks

The two-day tournament, held October 16 and 17, saw 40 golfers from Fox, GroupM, Dentsu Aegis, OMD, PHD, A+E Networks, Havas , LinkedIn, Mediamath and Futurebrand, take to the green for a good cause. 

"As an industry it's truly important that we play our part in contributing to society," said Tim Waldron, managing director of Haymarket Asia. "I am delighted that Campaign is in a position to unite the industry behind such a great cause."

Campaign Asia-Pacific has been a long-term supporter of Mother's Choice, an NGO that cares for children without families and girls facing crisis pregnancies, and this year's event brings the total funds raised from the industry to around US$200,000. 

This year GroupM (A), comprising Ed Thesiger, Adrian Lee, Andrew Edelson and Mike Jackson, carried off the top team trophy with a combined score of 418 points, finishing ahead of Team GroupM (B) and Team Fox.

 Team GroupM (A):  Ed Thesiger, Adrian Lee, Andrew Edelson and Mike Jackson

Scott Kimberley of OMD managed to rack up an individual score of 116, making him the tournament's Best Individual Player, despite Mark McFarlane from Fox's early lead on Day 1.

Mike Jackson of MEC (113 points) and Andrew White of Fox (113 points) were the tournament's joint runner-ups. 

This year also recognises the charity's first Best Individual Female Player, Ong Kai Ling from A+E Networks.


Tim Waldron presenting the award for Best Individual Female Player to Ong
 
 

40 golfers united for charity

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