On Friday 23rd March, the weather dealt a kind hand as 12 teams tee'd off at Chorleywood Golf Club in aid of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT). With players hailing from Chorleywood, Denham, Moor Park and other local clubs, the event was a great success and raised over £1,400. 

The shotgun sounded at 9.30am, and each team disappeared across the Chorleywood Common to start from their various holes. There were prizes to be won throughout the day, including Nearest the Pin, Straightest Drive and of course 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Following some close competition, the winning team was comprised of Will Cook - CEO of CPT - far left in the photo, with David Adams, Sean Brew and John Lees, with Jenny Bond and CK Lee winning Nearest the Pin and John Lees and Marian Neale named as the Straightest Drivers.

The club members were extremely generous in donating items for a raffle, and the ladies section kindly ran a halfway house for players to refuel during the round. Before players and guests sat down for a two-course meal, Will Cook gave a short speech to explain the exciting times ahead for CPT, and to thank Chorleywood Golf Club and the ladies team for organising this wonderful fundraising event. CPT is thrilled to have been named as the club’s 'Charity of the Year' for 2018.

Many of the players had known the late Tom Isaacs, Co-founder and President of CPT, and were enormously pleased that Jane Isaacs, Tom’s mother, joined them for the day. We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to Judith Martin, the ladies captain (on the left in the photo), Jane Bowler, Chorleywood Golf Club and all who attended and contributed to what was a fantastic day.