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Tree of Hope Celebrates Annual Golf Day at Knole Park Golf Club

Children’s charity Tree of Hope held their annual golf day at Knole Park Golf Club in Sevenoaks. Tree of Hope offers help and support to families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery, treatment and therapy that is not freely available through the UK healthcare system.

It was a steaming hot day much like last year and provided a challenging course to compete on. Knole Park Golf Club is located within 1,000 acres of outstanding parkland and home to the club’s own herd of 400 deer who are said to be the finest deer herd in the south coast.

Six teams of golfers took part including corporate supporters Thomson Snell and Passmore, ID&C, P2 Consulting and Neptune of Tonbridge. Whilst competition was fierce, the overall winners were Neptune who received a trophy and a limited edition print of Knole Park Golf course painted by Graeme Lothian, a renowned war artist shot by a Taliban sniper who lives in Kent. These prints were kindly donated by Knole Park Golf Club and the winning team were thrilled with their momento of the day. Players in the Neptune team were James Buck, Mark Crichton, Stephen Humphrey and Mark Barnett.

Second place in the tournament went to P2 Consulting. Mark Till of P2 consulting won the putting competition, Dan Batchelor from the TSP team won the longest drive and Mark Connelly, again from the P2 team won nearest the pin.

Gill Gibb, CEO at Tree of Hope comments: “I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part in our annual golf day and made it such a success. It was a fabulous day and everyone was in high spirits. There was some great golf played during the day and some fabulous prizes including a silent auction which raised £2,000 for the charity.

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