Ryder Cup vice-captain Sam Torrance pitches up for city fundraiser

RYDER CUP vice- captain Sam Torrance is to host the Beatson Cancer Charity Annual Sporting Dinner.

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Sam will be telling tales from the 19th hole as the guest of honour at the event, which will raise cash to help battle Scotland's biggest killer.

He will be joined by former England and British Lions rugby international Martin Bayfield and comedian Brendan Healy at the Hilton Glasgow tomorrow night.

The golf champion said: "I'm looking forward to joining my fellow speakers for what's sure to be an evening full of entertainment but most importantly an evening fundraising for a vital charity."

The charity has pledged to raise more than £20 million in the next five years for the Glasgow cancer centre.

Tickets are still available. For information call 0141 212 0505 or email events@beatsoncancercharity.org

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