Players enjoyed the Fraser Dawbarns annual event at Tydd St Giles Golf Club
Fraser Dawbarns were delighted to return to the Tydd St Giles Golf and Country Club for their eighth annual charity golf day.
The Purfleet Trust in King's Lynn were this year's chosen charity.
44 golfers took part on the day and competed for a variety of prizes, which included longest drive and nearest the pin challenges.
The winner of the longest drive was presented to Ben Skipper.
Darryl Percy was closest to the pin on the eighth hole, while nearest the pin on the 16th was secured by Andy Betts.
The Barclays team of Jamie Biggadike, Barry Ellis, David Norris and Nigel Killock finished third overall with an impressive score of 87.
In second place with 90 points were Gordon Varley, Sion Lewis, Noah Rogerson and Farrukah Bajwa from Ramsay Healthcare and the Fitzwilliam Hospital.
A spectacular score of 95 seen the Allen Thomas & Co team of Michael Crisp, Ben Skipper, Harry Lankfer and Josh Ring win the big prize.
After play had concluded, auctioneer Marcus Hawkins kindly gave up his time to raise money for any items that had been kindly donated.
Fraser Dawbarns took time to personally thank Middleton Steakhouse, What the Hoot, Morton & Hall, Ian Edrupt, Mark Cooper, Trevor Hunt, Sandringham Estate, Tydd St Giles Golf Course and Snettisham Park for their generosity.
A grand total of £1834.90 was raised for the Purfleet Trusr, while Neil John was also thanked for providing some golfing knowledge and spearheading the organisation of the event. Sam Bodger was congratulated after what was his final golf day at Fraser Dawbarns.