Quartet's mammoth Worksop golf challenge raises £2,800 for prostate cancer

Four Worksop golfers have clubbed together to raise more than £2,800 for prostate cancer.
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Max Beahan, co-owner of College Pines Golf Club, on College Drive, Worksop, was joined by head professional Calum Barlow and members Tony Smith and Calum Dickinson to play four rounds in a day.

The quartet’s feat took them more than 14 hours – and they finished with an “amazing” score of 26 under par.

The second round was played using clubs that, Max said, were at least 40 years old – with the team achieving a score of 14 under par.

The College Pines team. (Photo by: College Pines Golf Club)The College Pines team. (Photo by: College Pines Golf Club)
The College Pines team. (Photo by: College Pines Golf Club)
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Max said: “Both days were hard work, but a laugh from start to finish, especially being subjected to a thorough soaking by the members, who paid to throw wet sponges at us."

With generosity from members and visitors alike, the team said that a total of more than £2,800 was raised for Prostate Cancer UK.