Denver Golf Club competition to mark 40th anniversary of Falklands War's end raises £900 for Royal British Legion
On Saturday Denver Golf Club held a competition to mark the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War and raised £900 for the Royal British Legion.
On a warm, sunny day almost 50 members, some of whom are ex-servicemen and women, battled for a range of prizes donated by club members.
Ping provided golf shirts and the club’s owners donated a special camouflaged golf bag complete with a Union flag, won by Ian Palfrey, former member of the RAF Regiment and a participant in Desert Storm.
The morning’s golf concluded with lunch in the newly-built gazebo followed by the prize giving, which was conducted by Carl Salmond, the main organiser of the day.
List of winners: ladies with a net score of 67 was Jane Pleasant; men: Carl Salmond, net 64.
Longest drive: Tina Dennis (ladies) and Peter Noble (men). Nearest the Pin: Keith Bass.