MEMBERS of Green Circle Estates golf and management teams have taken part in the Longest Day Golf Challenge to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The fundraiser saw Chris Williams, Craig Coley, Dave Roche, Nick Hilton, Bryan Joelson-Mulhall, Josh Hall, James Houghton and Edward Ridding complete four rounds of golf in one day at all four of the Green Circle Estates golf courses; Allerton Manor, Sherdley Park, Kirkby Valley and Heaton Park.
The team started the challenge from Manchester’s Heaton Park at 4:30am and finished at 10pm at Allerton Manor, in Liverpool.
Green Circle Estates group operations manager Craig Coley said: “We each played 72 holes, walked 25 miles, hit around 400 shots and gained one or two blisters along the way too, but it was well worth it.
“It’s an unpleasant reality that cancer will touch someone we know or love, be it family or friends. We’re delighted to raise funds for such a fantastic charity knowing that every penny raised really is making a difference.”
Funds raised by Green Circle Estates golf team from the Longest Day Golf Challenge will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, helping them to continue delivering the invaluable support so many depend on. Donations can be made at https://longestdaygolf.macmillan.org.uk/Team/greencircleeurnopros or in person at any Green Circle Estates golf clubs.
The Green Circle Estates golf team at the tee of the 18th hole of Allerton Manor Golf Club (from left): Chris Williams, Craig Coley, Dave Roche, Nick Hilton, Bryan Joelson-Mulhall, Josh Hall, James Houghton and Edward Ridding.