The sun shone throughout and the day was full of fun and friendship which is exactly what Kangaroos offers its members.
Their proud headline sponsor was local firm, Project Sixty One Electrical Services and other main sponsor was Cuckfield Life with editor and long term supporter, David Tingley helping throughout the day.
Before the golfers teed off, newly appointed CEO, Emma Hunt welcomed everyone and highlighted the importance of local communities coming together to support the organisation which will be celebrating its 30th anniversary next year.
The winning team, ‘How’s my Driving’ comprising of Fred Fulford Smith, Steven Trench and Ian Robson, pictured, were presented with the Ella Thatcher memorial cup by Fundraising Coordinator, Samantha Norgate
Score: 96 points won on countback on the back 9 holes
Team Runners Up – ‘The Bogey Men’ – Chris Jones, Sam Dowling, Chris Noble and Brannon O’Neill
Score: 96 points
Best Individual Golfer – Steven Trench
Longest Drive on the the 6th hole – James Teale
Consolation prize – Courtney Bartlett for being a good sport and the best female golfer.
TOP Prize – ‘Sea Monster ‘ changing robe – Ryan Parrish generously donated by ddipp
Hamper – Sam Dowling
Bottle of Gin – Ian Robson, kindly donated by Dedbest Distillery
180 Degrees Bar & Kitchen voucher – Courtney Bartlett
Truckle of Cheese and crackers basket -Alex Beard
Chocolates – Nanette Kilbryde
Special thanks to Emma and team at Cuckfield Golf Centre for all their support and donation of prizes and to Chris, Clare Jones from Bright Light Film, Charlotte Jones, David Tingley and Gibson Blanc who all volunteered their time to help on the day.
All photos courtesy of Gibson Blanc Photography