A five day festival of golf has taken place this week at Southport Golf Links (Park Golf Club) to celebrate their 100 anniversary 1912-2012.

Pictured above is Diane Gillespie receiving cheque from the Mayor on behalf of the Marina Dalglish Appeal

The five day festival is in aid of the Marina Dalglish Appeal.

Pictured above -BBC television football pundit Alan Hansen

Pictured above-Former Liverpool star  Gary Gillespie

Pictured above is Park Club Captain Reg Wickes

The Mayor of Seften Cllr Kevin Clusky opened the event on Monday by hitting the first ball off the tee.

BBC television football pundit Alan Hansen teed off today’s event (Friday 24th August) at 9:30am.

Results of today’s event will appear later.

Wednesday’s mixed competition was won by Mike Doyle (Park Golf Club) & Denise Fletcher (Southport Ladies) with 45 points.  Mick achieved his first hole in one at the 8th, giving him the winning margin.

 Monday-Juniors Competition

Tuesday-Mens Competition

Wednesday-Mixed Competition

Thursday-Ladies Competition

Friday-Pro Am

Pictured above is the Mayor teeing off on Monday with the juniors

Mike Doyle gets his hole in one on Wednesday

Winning Pro Martin from Hesketh receives his prize

Runner up Mike Kanski from Formby Hall

Winning Junior Joe Brolly receiving his award from the Mayor

Winning team pictured above

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