The Society’s first Charity Golf Day took place on 9th August 2007 at the Kidderminster Golf Club.
Some members of the Society had been close to ardent Baggies Fan Stephen Hayden. Stephen passed away with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia in August 2006 at the age of 26.
The Society decided to hold a charity golf day in aid of Cure Leukaemia, a charity based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham that was being supported by the Hayden family.
At this inaugural event, the Society was very proud to have raised a magnificent £1,100.
The Society went on to hold a total of five annual Stephen Hayden Memorial Golf Days in aid of Cure Leukaemia. In August 2008, we raised an amazing £2,300 at the event, held once again at Kidderminster Golf Club.
In all, the Society raised a massive £16,200 for Cure Leukaemia over the five events, including a staggering £7,500 in the last event in 2011 staged at the Wharton Park Golf & Country Club in Bewdley.
|2007||Kidderminster Golf Club||£1,100|
|2008||Kidderminster Golf Club||£2,300|
|2009||Kidderminster Golf Club||£3,000|
|2010||Kidderminster Golf Club||£2,300|
|2011||Wharton Park Golf & Country Club||£7,500|