Eight kind-hearted golfers this week completed a mammoth FOUR rounds of golf in one day at Sunbury Golf Centre to raise £1,500 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
The group were led by organisers Matt Rochford and Andy Howe, friends of Kate Smith, from Sunbury, who has the incurable hereditary condition.
They took to the greens just after 5am and completed their exhausting 72-hole challenge at 7.30pm. Even more impressively,the play-ers, who all have handicaps of 18 or lower,completed the rounds on foot and using trolleys rather than buggies.
Rochford said: "Kate is 29, and the life expectancy for someone with cystic fibrosis is 31. She is a remarkable woman who is campaigning to raise money to find a cure for the condition.
"As her friends, we are keen to help support her fundraising. All of us really enjoyed the event.
"Kate came down to cheer us on, and general manager Brodie Pearmaine, who generously waived the green fees for us, bought us a drink in the clubhouse afterwards."