Cromer golfer completes more than 100 holes in just one day for charity

PUBLISHED: 06:01 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:34 29 November 2017



A golfer completed more than 100 holes in a day to help raise £3,472 to support people with Asperger syndrome.

Cromer Golf Club member Paddy Mounian carried out the amazing feat while club captain Jayne Jones organised the fundraising challenges thoughout the year.

Thecla Fellas, the chief executive of Asperger East Anglia, said: “We are very grateful to Cromer Golf Club. It is a truly fantastic amount of money for the charity to receive and quite overwhelming that so much effort and generosity was given to support the charity.

“We are very grateful to Jayne for choosing Asperger East Anglia to raise funds during her captaincy and for Paddy, who raised a large portion of the funds walking over 30 miles completing 100 holes.”

The money raised will help to support the running of the charity which provides service for people and their families affected by Asperger syndrome

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