Golf Club raises £2,000 for charity at 25th tournament
popular annual Pro Celebrity Am golf tournament took place at
Brean Golf Club last week and celebrated its 25th anniversary.
event, hosted by the House family at Brean Leisure Park, was again
held in support of the Injured Jockeys Fund and proved to be another
successful day, with in excess of £2,000 being raised.
total of 18 teams took part on a dry, but breezy day with the
firm, fast greens making scoring tricky.
course was presented in superb condition by Robin Williams and
his team of ground staff.
points proved to be the winning score with two quartets totalling
countback system was deployed and the winners were The Clutterbucks
on the better back 6 from the Heineken team.
victorious team were made up of Les Clutterbuck, Mel Brown, David
Jones and Brian Read and between them they are no strangers to
success in this event, having all lifted the Tom Childs Trophy
on previous occasions with other partners.
place went to the most 'experienced' quartet of the 'Brean Old
Stars' as Seniors Captain Bob Hurrell led his troops to 81 points.
supporters of the event Butterworth Jones & Co saw their 'number
2' team finish in fourth spot with 77 points to complete the prizewinners.
the round, the competitors enjoyed a buffet in The Tavern ahead
of the presentations.
Golf Club Director of Golf Andrew March said: "This event
is always one that the golfers look forward too and yet again
it has been a successful and enjoyable day raising money for the
Charity. The planning for next years event will start very
soon as we look to continue the success of this long running event."
The top three teams along with Club Captain Stuart Wills and Director
of Golf Andrew March