On Friday 20th May we came together at Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club for our Never2Young Charity Golf Day in Memory of Glyn Trueman.

We had a full course for golf and a full house for lunch. It was a day Glyn would’ve loved. 

The weather on the day turned out to be excellent with no rain and little wind. After breakfast 96 excited golfers headed off to their tees for a shotgun start at 8.00.

The best Ambrose score of the day was 52.5 by team Bluegum (Brett Kellerman, Brendan Krone, Bryce Kellerman, Travis Kellerman). Runners Up were team Build the Man a Statue (Michael McClean, Brodie Symons, Aidan Wheeler, Jack Benbow).

Other prize winners included: nearest to the Pin - Brad McDonald, 7th hole.
Men's Longest Drive - Jack Benbow. Women's Longest Drive - Judy Schubert.
Best Dressed - team Build the Man a Statue (in custom polos for the event).

A highlight of the day was on the 3rd hole which was a par 5 where Jayde Herrick scored an Albatross.

Thank you to Peninsula Kingswood for hosting the day and giving us access to one of Australia’s best courses. ~ The Trueman Family.

In February 2021 Glyn Trueman, much-loved brother, dad, husband and son died at age 31 following a 3.5-year journey with bowel cancer. In honour of Glyn, the Trueman family hosted a Golf Day to raise funds for Bowel Cancer Australia's Never2Young campaign.

96 golfers played the course and 151 people were in attendance for lunch. With both a live and silent auction the day raised in total $32,537.

A very big thank you to The Trueman Family for hosting an incredible event and to everyone who supposed the event and helped to spread much needed awareness.

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