teams compete in Brean Golf Club's annual charity fundraiser
Golf Club has hosted its annual Pro Celebrity Am day this week
for the 24th time.
The main benefactor was again the Injured Jockeys Fund, a charity
chosen by the House family who own Brean Leisure Park.
familiar faces took part in the event, enjoying a day's golf with
some new faces sampling the sport for the first time.
teams took part and enjoyed a course in an excellent condition
despite the club having a battle with the elements in the days
leading up to the event.
Golf Club Captain Paul Jones is no stranger to success in the
event and he again had that winning feeling in 2014 as he led
home the golf club team.
was joined by Steve Bateman, Graham Foy and Steven Eley as they
racked up a formidable 85 point score that wouldnt be beaten.
the end they won by five from another Jones, Pauls Uncle
Eric, who led the Jones Bros Builders team made up of Eric, Phil
Hodgson, Simon Baunton and Wayne Barrett.
80 point score was matched by the Heineken sponsored team of Mark
Short, Andy Horsborough, Paul Coumis and Ron Ganfield but the
former had the better back nine score.
off the prizewinners was another Brean quartet in the shape of
the Ladies team alongside Brean PGA Director of Golf Andrew March.
Ladies Captain Annie Williams, her Captain Elect Suzanne Hatfield
and last years Captain Sheila Rouse handed in 77 points
to edge out the Brean Seniors team in another countback.
day was expertly organised by Kelly Davison and Deidre Wheadon
at the Leisure Park and the competitors enjoyed a superb meal
ahead of the prizegiving which all took place in the Tavern. Next
year when it celebrates its Silver Jubilee it is hoped for an
even bigger turn out for the popular event," said the club's