West Ham United's annual charity Golf Day took place with Steve Clarke finishing as the top golfer from the club, but it was the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK that was the real winner as more than £1,500 was raised for them at the event.
Despite the charitable nature of the day, the tournament was competitively fought as a host of current and former players were joined by the coaching staff and local businesses for 18 holes at the Five Lakes Hotel, Golf, Country Club and Spa in Essex.
LOG ON TO WHUTV NOW TO SEE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH GIANFRANCO ZOLA AND STEVE CLARKE FROM THE DAYFirst-team coach Clarke triumphed with a score of 47 Stableford points, despite some light-hearted calls from some of his players that he may have not been entirely truthful about his handicap!
The day concluded with an amusing awards dinner hosted by Tony Gale and Tony Cottee and afterwards club captain Lucas Neill was pleased with how the day had gone.
"It was a fantastic day out and everyone was pleased," he said. "Yet again, it was another good way for the boys to get out and interact with the fans. The feedback was all positive, everyone seems to be enjoying the season and like everyone they want us to finish on a great note."
For a full report from the day, including a run-down of results and exclusive pictures, see Saturday's matchday programme. Click here to order your copy.