Chiltern Centre Golf Day Raises Another £1,000 for the Charity

The Chiltern Centre annual golf day has raised over £50,000 for the respite care centre for young people with disabilities over the last 13 years.  Last week another £1,000 was added to this total when 32 players took part at Badgemore Golf Club on Thursday.

David Haddock, The Chiltern Centre Trustee said, “We raised just over £1,000.  The day ended well.  Everyone enjoyed the course the food and the event, all in all a good day with a few pennies for the centre.”

Golfer, Chris Fuller said, “My friend Brian Connolly who I’m playing with is Treasurer of The Chiltern Centre.  We’re both members here at Badgemore Park.  I’m a Trustee at the Ways & Means Trust so both very close local charities.  This is a charity we’ve supported over the last 10 years.  It’s beautiful and ideal conditions today.  The main thing is we’re going to enjoy it and I’m playing with my two sons today; Thomas and Max.”

Local businesses supported the event by donating competition, raffle and auction prizes and include Caroline Butler Garden Design, Castle Royle Golf Club, The Springs Golf Club, Harleyford Golf Club, Hennerton Golf Club, Hurley House, Henley Festival, Henley Gin Distillery, Hobbs of Henley  Laurence Menswear, La Medusa Hair Studio, Spoon Cafe, Temptations Gift Shop, Towergate Insurance and The Relais Henley Hotel.

The golf competition winners were:

Best overall team with best score: Dave Haddock, Sue Jenkins, Bill Campbell and Gordon Hannam
Best Ladies or Mixed Team: Janie Kebbell, Tracey Ellis, Annette Bacon, Carole Lucas
Best Men’s Team: Adrian Cobb, Mark Stevens, Allan Harries, Eric Marwood
Nearest the pin on the 4th Ladies: Annette Bacon
Nearest the pin on the 4th Men: Gordon Hannam
Nearest the pin in 2 on the 12th Ladies: Sue Jenkins
Nearest the pin in 2 on the 12th Men: Dave Haddock
Straightest drive on the 16th Ladies: Tracey Ellis
Straightest drive on the 16th Men: Dave Haddock