World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has helped fund beginner British boxing after the game was affected by Covid-19 restrictions.
Some golf equipment have been pressured to shut in the course of the pandemic.
Briton Joshua, 31, gave a six-figure sum to the beginner boxing federations of England, Wales and Scotland.
“It is no secret that without boxing and the family created around my amateur gym, my life could have been very different,” he mentioned.
“Boxing helped shaped me, both physically and mentally.”
Funding shall be offered to the golf equipment most in want.
Gethin Jenkins, Chairman of England Boxing, mentioned: “We are delighted to receive and we thank Anthony for this much-needed financial support and for drawing attention to the role and support the clubs offer in their local communities and with it the need for greater government support to grassroots boxing clubs.”
Joshua first grew to become world champion in 2016 when he beat American Charles Martin for the IBF title.
His most up-to-date battle was a ninth-round stoppage of Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev at Wembley Arena on 12 December.