Four times more challenging than your regular golf game at Tydd St Giles
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A Tydd St Giles team recently took part in a longest day charity 72 hole golf event for cancer charities.
After a very early start the event was completed with four very weary players saying they all suffered sore feet.
The challenge involves four times the regular 18 hole game and sees players walking the course for around 20 miles.
Captain Ian Edrupt said it was all worth it announcing that, along with a donation from the club, the captains charity pot raised around £1,200 for Cancer Research UK,
Seniors August Medal division one winner Mick Vassall 78-7=71, 2nd ocb Frank Young 81-9=72, 3rd Noel Bratt 85-13=72, division 2 winner Andrew Stacey 84-17=67, 2nd Steve Skoulding 85-16=69, 3rd ocb Ken Doughty 88-15=73.
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