AMATEUR golfers clubbed together to play a few rounds of golf at their annual tournament in a bid to raise money for a charity close to their hearts.

Sunningdale Artisans Golf Club saw 55 golfers take part in the yearly Interclub Sunday Tournament, in order to raise money for Alexander Devine Children's Hospice.

Teams from across Berkshire took part to show their support and raise funds for the event, with St George's Hill Artisan from Weybridge winning the crystal claret trophy.

In second place were Forest Artisans from The Berkshire in Ascot.

New Zealand Artisans from Addlestone in Surrey came third.

Alan Hopkins, Sunningdale Artisans committee member, said: "Congratulations to all the winners on the day.

"The real winner was the continued spirit of the Artisan Movement and our friendly colleagues who play at other Artisan clubs and of course, the charity which we helped raise some much appreciated funds."

Players donated money through a raffle, organised by Sunningdale Artisans and a bucket collection raised nearly £600 to support the charity.

Alexander Devine Children's Hospice support children in Berkshire with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families.