It's official: our Charity Golf Day was the best yet.
More than 70 players - the most so far - from property related firms across Hampshire, London and the South teed off in the event at Waterlooville Golf Club in aid of Rowan’s Hospice.
The fundraiser included 18 holes followed by a gala dinner, prizegiving and grand auction.
Our director Ian Lee, who organised the event with fellow director Lee Sergeant, said: "There was a mix of abilities but all of the players threw themselves into the day.
"The event was played in a great spirit with plenty of fun along the way. It is our most successful charity golf day so far with more players than ever before and we hope to beat previous totals once all proceeds are collected and counted.
"Our grateful thanks go to all of the players, sponsors and supporters who made the day such a success."
Ian added: "Special mention must also go to Rowan’s Hospice and our staff for their support."
We're aiming to raise £10,000 to refurbish a specialist in-patient room at the hospice.
The event – our third - has become one of the premier golf days of its kind in the South. It was the first following McAndrew Martin’s restructuring into six divisions: Building Surveying, Project Management and Contract Administration, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Architecture and General Practice.