Prostate Cancer Research - Final

Fun Day - Thanks

To all the Volunteers

On behalf of HCGC can I say a huge thank you to all the volunteers who made this event happen. It was a fantastic day! Gary Aimson

Event Volunteers

Hog Roast & BBQ: Dick Thorpe, Lucy Bentley, Mandy Aimson

Nearest the PIN: Adam Norris

Lob: John Bentley, Pete Brickell

Quarter way House; John Holloway, Sue Cook

Half way House; Jason Hayman, Barbara Aimson, Sue Williams

Raffle; Ann Wakling, Rya Carter, David, Theresa, Clare Johnson

Putting Competition; John Bentley

Competition Registration & Results; Richard & Jo Gibbs

Course Marshall; Nigel Curtis

Marshalling the Path 16th; Phil and Terry Cave

Witnessing hole in one 2nd; Tony Partridge

Bar; John Wright, Tom Riley

Intermediates; Recycling Glasses, Clearing up

Staff; Mike Allen, Rob Boulton, Rob Vint

And finally….My Playing Partners; For their company and courage inspiring this charity fundraising

Charity Fun Day


CompetitionPlayer NameScorePrize
1st PrizeM. Jordan127Golf Bag
M. WellsGolf Bag
R. HoldenGolf Bag
B. AshleyGolf Bag
2nd PrizeN. Jobbins125Shirt
M. VerinderShirt
M. PauleyShirt
R. BoultonShirt
3rd PrizeS.Burrows124Red/White Wine
L. FlanaganRed/White Wine
A. WebsterRed/White Wine
C.WilliamsonRed/White Wine
4th PrizeM. Sadler1206 Titleist Golf Balls
A. Kerr6 Titleist Golf Balls
C. Mclean6 Titleist Golf Balls
S. Watson6 Titleist Golf Balls

What are the symptoms of Prostate Cancer?

Most men with early prostate cancer don’t have any signs or symptoms. But there are some things that may mean you're more likely to get prostate cancer. You might hear these described as risk factors. Even if you don't have any of the symptoms that we talk about below, speak to your GP about prostate cancer if:

  • you are aged 50 or over
  • your father or brother has had prostate cancer
  • you are black.

Prostate Cancer UK

We're here to stop prostate cancer being a killer

Click here to see more

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Golf course is open with 18 main greens in play. Trolleys and Buggies are allowed. Government guidance on Covid - 19 1- Social distancing of 2 metres 2- Golfers are not to touch Tee markers or flags, carefully removing ball from hole. 3- No handshaking before or after golf round. For further information the pro shop professional can offer any assistance needed thankyou David Baugh
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