Adam Drury and Canaries’ player of the year Grant Holt were among the Norwich City stars who today took part in a unique charity golf day at Barnham Broom.

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Organisers hope the event will become the biggest annual golf day played for charities across the world. The CharityGiving800 Golf Marathon offers players the chance win £10,000-worth of cash and prizes for the charities of their choice choose.

Bryan Gunn, said: “The real winners on the day will be dozens of charities and good causes, because we are asking everyone who plays to choose any charity of their choice.”

For more information visit www.charitygiving.co.uk/golf800 or call the CharityGiving office on 01362 686200 to reserve places.

2 comments

  • As long as Lambert wasn't trying out any bigger clubs

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    Pondlife

    Friday, May 18, 2012

  • I just cannot, even for the want of much trying, imagine Holty in the Masonic Lodge.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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