Congratulations to Foxhills Golf Club captain Phil Hadfield who broke the Club's record for most consecutive holes of golf during the Captain's Charity Day on Tuesday 28 June 2016.
After participating in the Ian Hayton Cup on Saturday 25 June, where he helped Foxhills claim a 5-1 victory over sister club Farleigh, Phil took on the challenge of 7 rounds of golf.
Setting off at 4.30am with a strict 'no buggy' rule, Phil was spurred on during the first 5 rounds by Dave Rogers, before others joined him for the final 2 holes, cheering him on as shoulders slumped and fatigue took over. Despite the pain and approximately 37 miles after setting off, Phil secured a well-earned par on the 126th hole to etch his name into Foxhills' folklore with his stellar efforts.
Phil's charitable activities are in support of Harrison's Fund and next up, he'll be joined by other Foxhills members and owner Marc Hayton in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100. To donate to the team's cycling efforts, click here.
If you see Phil wandering slowly around the Club in the next few days, please do stop and congratulate him on his epic golfing achievement! For videos and images from the Charity Day, visit the Captain's Page on Facebook.