Saturday saw the President's Putter played for at Falmouth Golf Club, supporting local charity Pants Cancers chosen by Falmouth’s current president Henry Churcher.

The event was extremely well attended, with 127 golfers teeing up for the 18-hole competition, which was played off yellow tees for the men and ladies, with handicap adjustments applied.

In third place with 39 points was Ollie Dobell who had five pars and birdies on the 11th ,12th and 16th holes. In second place was Archie Fox with 40 points and an impressive round of one under gross with ten pars and five birdies on the first, second, fourth, ninth and 16th holes.

In first place and this year’s winner of the President's Putter was Paul Brandwood, also with 40 points but winning on countback with two pars and a birdie two on the seventh.

Best ladies’ performance on the day went to Mo Hammond with an impressive 37 points.

After the golf there was a raffle and an auction. Prizes included a signed Chelsea shirt, a rugby ball signed by Jonny Wilkinson and a Mizuno ST-X 230 Driver worth £450 that was kindly donated by club professional Nick Rogers.

In total on the day Henry managed to raise around £5,000 for the charity, to the delight of everyone from Pants.

Thanks on the day must go out to Jeanette Preston and Steve Winnan from Pants Cancers, Cathy Churcher, Mandy Baulch, Heidi Chambers, Karen Keast, Greg and Kat Harry for helping with the raffle, Falmouth vice captain Pete Chambers for setting out the on-course entertainment and Mike Davies for supplying the polo shirts and all the advertising boards.

Last and by no means least, thanks to past captain and president Terry Dickinson for running the auction on the night, helping raise the incredible amount of money that will make a real difference to the people that are supported by Pants Cancers.