Gedney Hill's charity golf day gives St Barnabas Hospice a £1,000-plus boost
Veteran golfer Terry Grantham (88) is celebrating the success of his 10th St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice charity golf day at Gedney Hill.
Businesses, including Morrisons, Glenside Nurseries, Hers n Sirs, Graytones Printers, Terry’s pals and 50 golfers supported the day - and a fantastic £1,085 was raised for the charity’s hospice at home service.
Terry has thanked all involved in making the fundraising a success, including club owner Charlie Britten and club professional Kerr Page.
The old stager is glad he made it to the tenth tournament having put up with leg-pulls about not lasting the course.
He now has his sights set on the 11th.
Terry said: "It's just a friendly day with a lot of friendly, generous people."
Results were: 1 J G Saints 104pts; 2 Undertakers 100pts and 3 Flower Pot Men 99pts.
Nearest the pin prizes went to Colin Rust, Mark Wilson, A Irvine and Rob Newns.