This year Badgemore Park ladies have raised a fantastic £7,781 for the Medical Detection and Alert Dogs.
The charity was chosen by Lady Captain Carol Searle who, at the AGM on Sunday presented the cheque to Dr. Geoffrey Farrer-Brown, an Ambassador for the charity.
Earlier this year members enjoyed a visit from the charity along with one of their dogs together with individuals have benefited from having a Detection Dog.Carol and Dr Farrer-Brown are pictured with one of their dogs Pepper (above).
New Lady Captain Ann Grosfort took over on 4 December. Previous lady captains put on a fun filled show for Ann documenting her journey to Badgemore and this she followed with a perfect straight drive.
Approximately 50 ladies took part in a nine hole, three-ball Alliance with the winners on the front nine being Christine Ross, Maggie Stanley and Diane Elliott and Norma Thomas, Roma Harper and Joy Weatherall coming first on the back nine.
The golf was followed by a Christmas lunch during which the prizes were presented.
Ann has chosen to continue with the Detection Dogs as her charity but has also decided to raise funds for the Brain Tumour Charity.