Golfers ‘putt’ on a great day for charity

Golf Day cheque presentation to St Catherines Hospice.'St Catherines hospice fundraiser Penny Campbell,centre, accepts the cheque for �400 from Filey Golf Club lady captain Pat Brown,left and President Sandra Jones,right,watched by some of the lady golfers who took part in the day in memory of former lady vice captain Anne Martin.'Picture by Neil Silk   114615
Golf Day cheque presentation to St Catherines Hospice.'St Catherines hospice fundraiser Penny Campbell,centre, accepts the cheque for �400 from Filey Golf Club lady captain Pat Brown,left and President Sandra Jones,right,watched by some of the lady golfers who took part in the day in memory of former lady vice captain Anne Martin.'Picture by Neil Silk 114615
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GOLFERS from Filey Golf Club got into the swing of things during a charity fundraiser.

The players from the club’s ladies section raised £400 for St Catherine’s Hospice in memory of lady vice-captain Anne Martin who died suddenly in March.

The day was organised by lady president Sandra Jones and lady captain Pat Brown.

The duo said Mrs Martin was a keen and enthusiastic golfer who helped in a number of club activities and was sadly missed by her friends.

They wanted to raise money for the hospice in return for the treatment, great care and dignity Anne received.

They added: “We are pleased our money will be used to provide the same special care for other people like Anne.

“The day was such a success the lady golfers have decided it will become an annual event for them and it will be an ideal opportunity to remember a very special lady.”