Birdies for Rhinos

By James Dunton Join Me

The putter was on fire!

What a great day two day golf tournament at the beautiful Broadmoor Golf Course.  60 players participated in the two day event. The highlite of the first day was making a birdie on the very first hole.  It was a long, downhill 20 foot putt that found the bottom of the cup.  I was elated!  Wow.  Here we go.  4 holes later on the par 3 5th hole I rolled in another 25 foot putt.  Things settled down a bit until the par 5 18th hole.  I reached the green in two and had a long eagle putt (see photo). I just missed the eagle putt and was able to tap in for my 3rd birdie in the round.  The second day I had a lot of birdie looks but was not able to recreate the magic in the putter.  I did get one birdie on the number 1 handicap hole, the par 4 6th.  I made a long 30 foot putt.

I met a lot of really great people during this fundraiser and I would encourage you too to give it a try.  The platform makes it very easy to get the word out.

Thank you to all my sponsors and donors who made the event so successful.  I am deeply grateful for your friendship and support.  We can put an end to the buying of Rhino horn if we all get involved.  This allow the rhinos to live peacefully and continue walking the earth as they have done for thousands of years.

I'm participating in World Games For Wildlife

I’ve decided that when it comes to our wonderful natural world, it is time to give our iconic wildlife some help, so I’m participating in the World Games For Wildlife September 28th & 29th.
I will be playing in a two day golf tournament at Broadmoor Golf Course.  It is a City Amateur championship.  I am pledging for every birdie I record over the two days I will donate $50.  An Eagle will be worth $100.  I hope you sign on and join me to help raise money to support to help save our magnificent animals from being killed at the hands of poachers.  It is a human behavior that we can put an end too if we all join in together.


Every day we lose nearly 100 elephants to poaching and a rhino is killed every 8 hours for its horn. We can’t let this happen! By fundraising for Nature Needs More I’m sending a strong message to the traffickers and users of illegal and endangered wildlife, we want this trade to STOP. I can’t imagine a world without them, can you?

Please sponsor me to support my challenge and join me. Together we can make a real difference, because Nature Needs More.

Thank you for being game!

Thank you to my Supporters

$214

Chris Fennell

$156

Gail Morey

Great job Jim! Keep up the great work supporting such an important cause.

$104

Tony Connell

People like you are making a difference...

$104

Philip Hayes

Phi Alpha, Brother Hero!

$104

Logan Belton

$104

Brett Holden

Way to go Jim!

$62.40

David Moody

4 birdies x$15 = $60. Not bad.

$52

Gail Morey

Great job!

$52

Tom Dunton

Good luck Jim! $50 is a flat rate not per birdie!

$41.60

Bob Makela

Great job, Jim!

$31.20

Francine Popkin

Much gratitude for your love and work with the Rhinos

$20.80

Eric Hinkelman

Good luck and make some putts!

$20.80

Anonymous

$20.80

Anita Link

Glad to help the rhinos. What is happening to them is horrendous. Wish I could give more.