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GamesAid Golf and Spa Day raises 41K

Rory Mcilroy may be celebrating his new found status as Open champion, following his victory over the weekend, but industry golfers were out in force last week, playing their part in another splendid GamesAid annual Golf and Spa day.

Lead by Nintendo’s Richard Stickler and hosted at the prestigious Grove venue, this was the seventh edition of the hugely popular annual event and raised a magnificent £41,000+ for GamesAid good causes.

Since its inception in 2008, the Golf and Spa Day has proved a significant fundraiser for GamesAid and this year takes the total to an amazing £313,000 during its lifetime, a truly sterling effort!

A provisional date of 16th July 2015 has been set for the next tournament, so pencil that into your diaries for next year and of course if you would like to talk teams, details or sponsorship please email Richard Stickler

But of course keen golfers will want to know the tale of the tape and so here’s the results in full with pictures from this amazing annual event available below.

Further copies which also benefit GamesAid can be ordered from with 100% of the photo fee going to good causes.

Team Stableford
1st Place – 138 Points
Lee Kirton, Steve Thomas, Matt Style, Peter Silver

2nd Place – 134 Points
John Donnellan, Ghill Donald, Simon Littlechild, Simon Casey

3rd Place – 128 Points
Tim Stokes, Chris Almond, Warwick Light, Nick Weatherall

Ladies Individual Stableford
1st Place Gill Whipp 31 Points

Worst Golfer
1st Place Gareth Turnball 11 Points
2nd Place Scott Belmont 13 Points
3rd Place Justin Gaffney 14 Points

Men’s Individual Stableford (23 handicap & Under)
1st Place Stuart Hobbs 43 Points
2nd Place John Donnellan 42 Points
3rd Place Tim Stokes 41 Points

Men’s Individual Stableford (24 handicap)
1st Place Matt Style 45 Points
2nd Place Paul Porter 44 Points (22 points on back 9 Countback)
3rd Place Nick Bourne 44 Points (19 points on back 9 Countback)

Worst Team
1st Place – 90 Points
Darren Houghton, Tom Guy, Chris Smith, Gareth Phillips

2nd Place – 90 Points
Richard Barnes, Anthony Dodd, Scott Belmont, Alex Haynes

3rd Place – 92 Points
Andy Davis, Richard Ives, Karl Penhaligon, Justin Gaffney