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Spalding golf pro sets himself hole-in-one challenge for NHS

Spalding Golf Club's resident professional is out to beat odds of 2,500 to 1 when he tees off for charity next month.

Adam Keogh, who is into his third year at the club, has set himself the challenge of 500 attempts at a hole-in-one in aid of the NHS.

It will take place at the Surfleet-based golf club on Friday, July 10, when Adam, who last summer broke the record for playing the course at Gedney Hill Golf Club in the shortest number of shots, will play non-stop on the 155-yard ninth hole.

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