Liam O'Gorman took the honours at this year's Heston & Isleworth ACROSS Group Charity Golf Day.
Playing off a handicap of 22 at Brent Valley Golf Course, O'Gorman beat allcomers to lift the Sheila Dodd Men's Championship Trophy.
Mary Wardle was the top lady, while best novice was Jonathon O'Connor and junior champion, with 39 stableford points, was Damon Reilly-Benson.
There were team prizes too, with the Metronet Rail squad taking the Team Shield and Polksi Deli the novice team champs.
However, the real winners were the ACROSS charity, which enables disabled people living in the area to enjoy holidays.
Funds raised go towards running a specially-fitted Jumbo Ambulance, complete with self-funded volunteer nurses, carers and doctors, which ferries the group around.
Sponsorship was even secured this year from the contractors working on the Olympic Village for London 2012.
One of the Heton & Isleworth ACROSS Group's 'VIP' members, Mark Unwin, is hoping to take part in the 2012 Paralympics.
Despite being severely handicapped with Cerebral Palsy, Unwin has done skiing, paragliding and bungee jumping.
Among those digging deep to sponsor the event were: Colm McConigley, Lighting Construction,
Kevin Furry, Woodland Commercial, Jim McGovern Plant Hire, Steve Wilkinson Turf Accountant, Michael Murphy of Oakwood Plant, Lomas Site Welding, MC Plant Hire, Hickey Plant Hire, CPC Plant, Apex Plant Hire, SEN Legal, EPC Global, MANE Rail, FoneAlarm, Fourways Communication, Harrow Crown Court, Kay and Tony Hughes, Hakki Mustafa, Bob Doust and Patrick Gormley.