Chessington Golf Club held its Captains' charity event on June 1, in aid of Dementia Friendly.

80 competitors took part and the course was presented in great condition.

Father and son combination, Steve and Josh Key, stormed to success with 46 Stableford points.

The club managed to raise over £300 for the benefit of the cause.

Edging only four points behind the Key team, Jason Lovering and Spencer Macklin secured second place due to an impressive back nine.

Martin Sargent and Simon Couple of Crediton didn't lag too far behind and secured third.

Swiftly followed was the highly anticipated Seniors Open on June 7, which entertained an energetic 3-ball Texas Scramble, competed by 48 spirited teams.

The Boringdon Park team, comprising Geoffrey Thom, Alan Pover, and Steve Biggs, clinched the top spot acing a commendable nett 53.

Meanwhile, the wine-winning home team was led by Brian Thompson, with teammates Steve Bond and Rob Grove.

The event received some good feedback from visiting golfers and the whole event ran smoothly thanks to the army of helpers from the Seniors' and Ladies' sections.

This, in combination with proceeds from the raffle and Halfway House, managed to raise over £600 for the Captain's charity.

Honiton’s Tuesday Mixed group incorporated a new competitive angle with their Fun Better Ball competition.

When put to the test, the definitive victors were Maggie Harvey and Harry Lawrence, who scored 47 points in total and tippled over Tracey and David Smith by a single point.

The competition's "fun" element was the awarding of full scores on holes 6, 12, and 18, escalating the suspense and competition.

The "Summer board competitions" also unveiled their recent winners- James Spiller, Julian Netherway, vice-captain Ryan Sellick, and Mike Weekes who, by all accounts, put on an impressive display throughout the challenges.

The start of the month revealed a wave of competition fruitful for all - audience, players, and charities.