Tydd St Giles Border Hoppers play four rounds in one day to complete Longest Golf Day Challenge in aid of Macmillan

15:33 07 July 2014

The team waiting for daylight to start the event.

The team waiting for daylight to start the event.

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Four Tydd St Giles golfers completed an epic day challenge to raise thousands of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

For their Longest Golf Day Challenge, Mark Whittaker, Malcolm Stead, Ian Edrupt and Neil John, who are known as the Border Hoppers, played rounds at Tydd St Giles, Sutton Bridge, Feltwell and Suffolk Golf Club on the same day.

The team were supported by helpers Nikki Stead, Gail Edrupt, Andy Jackson, Paul Amos and Andy Morris.

The foursome have already raised more than £3,000 and there is still sponsorship to be counted.

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