Photo: The Palmer team Tony Grant, Robbie Fowler, Rob Palmer, Jim Mitchell and Steve Saunton.
Pryors Hayes Golf Club were fantastic hosts for the Annual Charity Golf Day supporting Stick ‘n’ Step charity which raised over £17,000 for the cerebral palsy charity.
There were 36 four ball teams playing from across the UK and the day was again organised by Sky Sports commentator Rob Palmer in his role as the Charity ambassador.
Various sporting legends were again in the field including ex-Liverpool FC stars Robbie Fowler and Steve Staunton and the winning team was Terry Hill, Brian Edge, Mike Hill and Ralph Page who was the oldest player at 83 years.
There was a keen contest on the par three ninth to win a special edition black Honda CB1000R motorbike, courtesy of Smith’s Honda.
The traditional evening’s entertainment and auction added more to the funds and Stick ‘n’ Step Head of Operations Sarah Smithson gave deserving thanks to all who had given great support on the day which was endorsed by Rob Palmer.
Stick ‘n’ Step provides free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy helping to improve mobility, independence and boost self-confidence, enabling every child to reach their personal potential.
Photo & copy courtesy Geoff Garnett