Santander International Welcomed Newest Brand Ambassador, Annabel Dimmock, to Jersey
The Santander International Golf Day, featuring Santander’s newest brand ambassador Annabel Dimmock, took place on Wednesday 25 April at the Royal Jersey Golf Club, raising almost £1,000 for Autism Jersey.
Annabel, who is currently playing in the Ladies European Tour, joined over 30 of Santander International’s staff and guests for a relaxed day on the green. The 18 holes were followed by lunch, served in the Royal Jersey Golf Club, where guests had the opportunity to question Annabel Dimmock on her life as a professional athlete. Guests also heard from Karen Gallichan, who Santander International is sponsoring to swim the Channel in aid of Autism Jersey.
Annabel turned professional in 2015 at the age of 17, after first playing golf aged eight. Highlights of her career include; representing Great Britain and Ireland in the Curtis Cup; winning the Scottish Amateur Open in Troon, the Jones Doherty Matchplay in Florida and the Sunningdale Foursomes; and representing team GB in the Youth Olympics.
Annabel Dimmock, Professional Golfer and Santander Brand Ambassador, says: ‘It was wonderful to have the opportunity to visit Jersey and play a round of golf at the Royal Jersey Golf Club, with the staff and guests of Santander International. Having players of all abilities on the course, made it a relaxed and enjoyable day.’
James Pountney, Managing Director of Santander International, says: ‘We are delighted to welcome Annabel Dimmock to Jersey, to play on the Royal Jersey Golf course. Her dedication to the sport is inspirational and it was wonderful to be able to share her enthusiasm and insights with our guests.
‘Santander prides itself on supporting athletes, which is why we wanted to use this opportunity to raise money towards Karen’s Channel Swim for Autism Jersey. We look forward to being part of her incredible journey over the coming months. Autism Jersey provides invaluable support to Islanders affected by Autism, we thank everyone who attended for their generosity and for showing their support.’