Jamega's Race to the Gulf

Mena Tour2013 Jamega is running 2 separate Order of Merit sections, the top 2 players in each will receive paid Entry & Membership inclusive of flights and subsidised allowances on the Mena Golf Tour for 2013/14.

This in turn gives the opportunity of a realistic chance to play in The Omega Dubai Desert Classic as the top 3 in the MENA Tour Order of Merit, qualify for this very prestigious event.

Jamega's Order of Merit 1st section will run from Costa Esuri (in Spain)  for 10 events. The second Order of Merit section runs from tournament 11 through to tournament 20. Both are based on a points system.

This is a massive opportunity to possibly progress to top tier golf, with some fantastic prize-funds,each MENA Tour event has a $50,000 prize-fund and will give excellent long term prospects. Please view the Mena Golf Tour website at http://menagolftour.com/ 

 

Fantastic send off for the children of Dreamflight.

What a superb day for the children at the beginning of their trip of a lifetime.

Bathed in sunshine the specially prepared British Aiways B747 awaits the arrival of the coaches full of young excited Dreamflight children.

190 carefully chosen youngsters along with some 200 carers, doctors and nurses 18 volunteer flight and cabin crew prepare to depart to Orlando, Florida.The Jamega Team permitted "airside" to watch & appreciate this massive operation.

This, our nominated charity swinging into action, scores of volunteers assisting the loading and organising of an unbelievable amount of equipment to ensure that the next 10 days in Florida goes smoothly.

The passengers arrive many in wheelchairs to be assisted in boarding by teams of expert British Airways groundstaff. Bringing a tear to the eye and a lump to the throat as we wave goodbye to the departing volunteers and children. See photographs below.

To donate please go to the Dreamflight website at www.dreamflight.org

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Another 1st for Jamega Pro Golf

Andy GardinerHistory was made at our tournament at Five Lakes when the professional ranks were increased by one.

Amateurs turning professional with Jamega is a common occurance but at this tournament Andy Gardiner made golfing history by becoming the first amputee to turn professional.

Andy, an ex British Pistol Shooting Team member, had his lower right leg severely damaged in a freak accident and thereafter having to spend years in a wheelchair has now found a prosthethis which gives him sufficient stability to enable him not only to take up golf but to become a scratch amateur and now onto the stage as a professional.

A superb achievement and we wish him well. You can view the BBC artile at the link below.

Disabled golfer Andy Gardiner goes professional