Golf challenge

Ashley’s Golf Challenge

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David Gilder

Total raised


+ £85.50 Gift Aid

68 Complete
68% of £500.00 target

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I’m taking part in The Great Golf Challenge for Cancer Research UK

I've decided to take on 72 holes of golf (4 rounds) in one weekend to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Cancer hits us all in some way in our lives. I’ve decided to do this challenge in memory of my Grandma who we lost to lung cancer and to support my fundraising team mate & fellow band mate Ashley who sadly was diagnosed last year.

Although this challenge is doing something I enjoy we’ve all heard the phrase ‘too much of a good thing’. The walk alone will be over 20 miles and that’s without considering how erratic I play. They’ll be no buggies involved and I will carry my clubs for the full 72 holes just to add to the challenge.

Cancer research do amazing work and have been a big support to Ashley so please help us raise as much as we can for this great cause.

Latest updates


Beck Elbourne



+£2.50 Gift Aid

You go BFF! So amazing!


Christine Neal



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done to you all. A cause close to my heart.


David Elbourne



+£25.00 Gift Aid

I will double it if you score under 100 average


Natalie & Tim Corby



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck David!


Mum dad



+£18.00 Gift Aid

£1 per hole😊


David Alvarez



+£5.00 Gift Aid


Total raised£342.00



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