THE club professionals at Badgemore Park, Dan Hawkins and Lee Gauthier, undertook a longest day challenge on behalf of the captain’s charity, Macmillan Cancer Support.
The duo teed off at 4.30am and by 8.30am had completed two rounds of golf.
Almost running between shots, both players had scored better than they did in the Badgemore pro am tournament.
Throughout the day, the standard of golf was extremely high, and despite exhaustion, both players raised their game.
At the end of the day both players had completed six-and-a-half rounds of golf, 117 holes and had racked up 23 birdies.
At the end of the day the duo had raised £1,039.
Elsewhere Greg Cooper took the honours on Wednesday of last week in the Douglas Lock Trophy. The Stableford competition, open to players over 60, saw Cooper triumph with 40 points. In second place was Hadley Cooper with 39 and third Brent Levitt with 37.
There was a special prize for the player with the highest score when this was added to their age and this was won by Peter Maller who scored 36 points which when added to his age 86 totalled 122.
In the July medals, C Haines took the Division 1 honours on Saturday with 68 points. K Woods was second with 71 and C Jackson third with 71. Division B was won by B Luff with 67 points with G Miler second on countback and J Falla third on 69. G Tandy took the honours in Division C with 37 points with B Campbell second on 36 and K Hawkins third with 35.
On Sunday N Cole won Division A with 69 points with R Harris runner-up on 71 and L Anderson third on countback. Division B was won by A Stanton with 66 points with J Bowers second on 70. G Cheese won Division C with 41 points with J Cole second with 37 and R Lambert third with 32.