England player Warren Clark was on hand to receive a £150 donation from Southampton Audi to the Disabled Golf Association.
The Hampshire-based 14-year-old, who starred in last week’s victory against Wales, was presented with the cheque at the Chandler’s Ford dealership by general manager Mark Langford.
Warren, who suffers from a learning impairment, was coming off a memorable performance at The Wiltshire Golf and Country Club, in Wootton Bassett, where he helped his country to a 12-6 win against their neighbours, with the highlight being his 5&4 singles win.
Dawn Osborn, Warren’s mum, said: “I would like to thank Warren’s school for supporting him, and also his coaches, Chris and Nick for their help and encouragement.”
For more information on the Disabled Golf Association, which is a free-to-join organisation, visit disabledgolf.org.uk.