Tunbridge Wells will be hosting a charity challenge to promote disabled golf next week.
The Nevill Golf Club in Benhall Mill Road will be the venue for the event on Monday August 15. The competition will run non-stop from dawn to dusk.
Proceeds will go to The Silverlining, a charity which helps people affected by brain injuries and their families. The funds will also contribute towards a volunteering trip to help impoverished communities in Namibia, Africa.
Local resident Graeme Mazur, who suffered severe brain trauma and paralysis of his left side after an accident in 2000, will be taking part.
He had to learn to play the game all over again with one arm and has since become the first disabled registered PGA Level 1 trainee golf coach in the UK.
Entry costs £50, or £180 for a team of four. There will be refreshments included and a prize-giving ceremony.
To book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org