Yorkshire golf: Burstwick's Laura Key looks to make ton of money for charity playing 100 holes in a day

Burstwick's lady captain Laura Key hopes to play 100 holes on June 25 to raise money for the Cash for Kids charity.
Burstwick's lady captain Laura Key hopes to play 100 holes on June 25 to raise money for the Cash for Kids charity.
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BURSTWICK Country GC's ladies' captain Laura Key is taking on the challenge of playing 100 holes in a day for charity.

Key is raising funds for local charity Cash for Kids, which is her nominated charity for her year as captain.

She will make the attempt - involving five rounds plus an additional 10 holes - on Saturday, June 25 when she will play with a different partner for each round.

Her marathon attempt will start at 4.30am and she hopes to complete the 100-hole mark around 9pm, at which time the club will hold a small celebration on the 18th green to mark her achievement.

To donate to the Cash for Kids 100-hole challenge click here.

Oakdale Captain's prize for juniors was won by James Wilcox with 42pts.

In Division One of the men's monthly medal five-handicapper Philip Wilding won with a net 68.

Division Two honours went to Neil Robson (88-17-71) and Division Three's to Christopher McGonigle (90-19-71).