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HELPING THE NEEDY: SICC president Tay Joo Soon, SICC chairman James Koh, SICC honorary treasurer Paul Kwek and SICC vice president Andrew Low at the club's May Day Charity event.

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HELPING THE NEEDY: RCD guest of honour Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong with other participants before teeing off last year.

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HELPING THE NEEDY: Terry O'Connor, CEO of Courts (second from left) with players at last year's Courts Charity Golf Tournament.

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HELPING THE NEEDY: AmCham Singapore raising S$30,000 for the Yellow Ribbon Fund last year.

Giving back to the community

Golf has become a major tool and source of fund-raising for charitable causes in Singapore.
Jun 13, 2015 5:50 AM

THE number of golf courses in Singapore may soon be decreasing; however, what is increasing each year is the sponsorship of and money raised during charity golf events. Golf has become a major tool and source of fund-raising for charitable causes in Singapore.

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