On an early Sunday morning, more than a hundred passionate golfers came together on the beautiful golf course of Karachi Golf Club, Karsaz, to play in support of girls’ education.
The tournament was hosted by The Citizens Foundation (TCF) – a leading non-profit organisation that builds and operates schools in the urban slums and rural areas of Pakistan – to raise support for the education of vulnerable girls at risk of dropping out of school after the Covid-19 crisis.
Now in its 17th year, TCF’s Golf Tournament hosted 124 golfers in 31 teams, who played under a Texas Scramble Format while strictly adhering to Covid-19 safety guidelines.
Team Zee emerged as winners of the tournament while “Team ARY” secured the runners-up title. Prizes were distributed among the winners and runners-up during the presentation ceremony.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Mushtaq Chhapra, TCF’s Co-Founder and Director said, “Year after year, we witness an overwhelming support from our incredible community of golfers, the Karachi Golf Club Team and our sponsors, who come together for a cause bigger than themselves. Together with our stakeholders, we are committed to play a key role in resolving the education and bring all our children back to their classrooms once again!”