Charity golf game raises more than £11,500 for the Nelson Trust

Charity golf game raises more than £11,500 for the Nelson Trust

Golfer Ian Saner scored a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at Minchinhampton Golf Club which was sponsored by the SNJ for Friday's fundraiser in aid of The Nelson Trust

(l-r) Ian Beevor, Ashley Hunt, club professional Stuart Little, Paul Campbell and Steve Bennett at The Nelson Trust golf day at Minchinhampton golf club on Friday

Some of the prizes that were available at The Nelson Trust golf day at Minchinhampton golf club on Friday

A BMW car was the reward to anyone that could get a hole in one at the 10th hole at The Nelson Trust golf day at Minchinhampton golf club on Friday

(l-r) Tom and Rob Lister, Jason Blackburn, Ginny Lister and Sarah Frost at The Nelson Trust golf day at Minchinhampton golf club on Friday

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GOLFER Ian Saner scored an impressive ace on a hole sponsored by the SNJ at a charity match in aid of the Nelson Trust.

More than £9,000 was raised at the event on Friday, which saw each of the 18 holes at Minchinhampton Golf Club sponsored by various businesses with special prizes for a hole-in-one including a BMW.

Minchinhampton club member Mr Saner scored the only ace of the day on hole six, sponsored by the SNJ.

He also won a crate of beer for getting nearest to the pin.

After the game players enjoyed lunch and an auction, which included a holiday to Oman in a 4* resort donated by Chalford travel agents Odyssey World.

The day was held in memory of Richard Lister, former chairman of the Nelson Trust, who died in 2011.

John Trolan, acting chief executive of the Nelson Trust, said: "Richard was instrumental in helping the Nelson Trust win two national awards.

"It was important for us to do something in his memory to honour his outstanding contribution to the trust."

Money is still coming in but so far £11,500 has been raised.

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