Hole in one as golf day raises more than £2,000 for charity
- Credit: BARNHAM BROOM
It was a hole in one for charity at the Barnham Boom Golf Course as it hosted a variety of charity events to celebrate its 40th Anniversary.
Raising money for BEAT and the Sepsis Trust the club has hosted two golf days.
One day saw 36 pairs take part in the 40th Anniversary Invitation Day which was a better ball stableford.
The winners were Judith Crawford and David Pattrick with 45 stableford ponts.
The day raised £641 bringing the total raised so far to £1256.85 with the club hoping to raise the sum of £10,000 with events including more golfing opportunities, a charity ball and quiz nights throughout the Autumn.
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BEAT is the UK's eating disorder charity based in Norwich with the aim of helping people with eating disorders, offering support and information.
The Sepsis Trust looks to raise awareness of the blood infection while funds research into a cure.
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