A team led by former Scottish rugby International Craig Chalmers came out on top at The Jim Harding Memorial Golf Day hosted by Sky Sports presenter, Arron Armstrong. 

Held in memory of Jim Harding, a huge golf enthusiast who sadly passed away in February of last year, the event at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club raised over £15,000 for Pancreatic Cancer UK.

The celebrity prize went to former cricketer Gladstone Small who won a bespoke fitting experience at Q’aja – kindly donated by Tony Q’aja who was one of many official supporters of the day. The event was also supported by Women & Golf, Golf News, Callaway and Arsenal FC.

Alongside a host of celebrities including Mike Bushell, Ray Clemence and Liam Brady, were two ladies teams from Harleyford and Wentworth Golf Club. Guests of Corrinne Goodall, the ladies didn't manage to make the prizes but had a great day despite the rainy weather. With Pancreatic cancer having sadly touched several of their own lives the ladies were delighted to support such a worthy cause and praised organiser Ben Lambourne on a tremendous job.

Don’t miss our bumper anniversary issue that’s out next month that includes an additional 32-page supplement looking back over the last 25 years, plus thousands of pounds worth of competition prizes to be won. Join us in the celebrations! To subscribe, click here.

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