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Gavan is one of South African golf's most respected professionals with an illustrious career spanning over two decades. His amateur career established his credentials as one of the stars of the South African game. He represented South Africa nine times as an amateur. He also captained South Africa, Transvaal and several Southern Transvaal teams. After turning professional in 1978, Gavan collected his first victory a year later in the 1979 Belgian Open. On the local circuit, Gavan was a dominant force in the late Eighties, winning the prestigious Lexington PGA Championship and the South African Open, as well as claiming two ICL International titles. In 2003 he was named the PGA Teacher of the year. Today Gavan is a leader in teaching, running a Golf Academy out of the reputable Glendower club. Many of South Africa’s future golfing greats are being taught by Gavan. He is also the National Coach for the National Junior Squad.
Do you need to spend some time on the driving range? Imagine yourself as the next golfing great? Want to improve your swing or get inside tips from a pro? Bid now to benefit from a one to one teaching session with Gavan followed by a round of golf at Glendower Club – boasting the best parkland golf has to offer. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for all those golfing enthusiasts to spend some one-on-one time with one of South Africa’s most respected golfing professionals whilst enjoying the surrounds of Gauteng’s best classic golf experience. This is 5 star golf and shouldn’t be missed!
Reach For A Dream believes in the power of dreams. We encourage children to use theirdreams to fight life-threatening illnesses and in having their dream fulfilled find hope again. Working throughout South Africa in 2010 we reached close to 30,000 children. In 365 days we fulfilled over 1,400 dreams, delivered 31 Captain Courage’s for 465 of our brave boys, 32 Queen For a Days for 480 of our precious girls, we organized 290 outings for 8031 children varying from movie days, soccer world cup activities, trips to the zoo and more where finally, we had 21 Camp Sunshine’s for 840 of our children. Our Jabulani clowns made 18,400 children laugh in hospitals around the country.
For 23 years the Reach For A Dream Foundation, has brought hope, joy and healing to South African children. These children between the ages of 3 and 18 years have used their dreams to fight life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, kidney failure and blood disorders. We do not discriminate based on race, culture, financial status or any other factor. Each child living with a life-threatening illness is given a chance to dream. Reach For A Dream believes that no child should live without hope. Childhood can be the most magical phase of the human existence yet for children diagnosed as having a life-threatening illness, the magic of childhood may be lost in the emotional, physical and financial strain of dealing with their illness. Their childhoods stripped away for them with the maturity living with a life threatening illness demands. Reach For A Dream tries to alleviate some of this strain (often affecting the whole family), by creating a different environment for the child – one that is not focused on her/ his illness. We would like our children to find their laughter again and therein find the strength to live beyond their illnesses.
There are countless children and their families in South Africa who are strained emotionally, physically and financially by these life-threatening illnesses. Very little is being done for them. Reach For A Dream seeks to alleviate the strain that a life-threatening illness takes on these children and their families by providing the children with the opportunity to realise their dream. Reach For A Dream enriches children's lives by making dreams come true and as a result, distracting them from the needles, medication and hospital environment. These young children are under extreme pressure to deal with these medical issues and are in desperate need of our encouragement.
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