Blind golfers join ex-Cherry and Whites for charity round
BLIND and partially sighted golfers swung out for charity.
The Gloucester Rugby Former Players Association held its third charity golf day at Gloucester Golf Club in Matson on Friday.
All funds raised went towards the English Blind Golf Association.
Teams of five players including blind or partially sighted golfers, sponsors, and several ex-Gloucester Rugby players, took to the course.
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Among them was former winger Bob Timms, he turned out for the Cherry and Whites from 1958-65. He said: "All the players played brilliantly."
Prizes were presented by Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards. Gloucester MP Richard Graham also went to support the event and had a swing while wearing blacked out glasses - which missed guide dog Mandy by a whisker.