A surrey care home recognised National Golf Day on Wednesday 10th April by hosting a golf tournament on the home’s very own onsite putting green!

Camberley Manor, home to 60 residents in Deepcut, invited the local community and friends of the home to join in the fun with a friendly competition at the ‘9th hole’. The putting green features nine holes both indoor and outdoor in its spacious landscaped gardens.

The home’s team set up a refreshment bar featuring themed cake pops and virgin mojitos to keep players energised.

Local businesses kindly donated prizes for the occasion including American Golf Camberley and Camberley Heath Golf Club donating a prize worth £480, which really geared up the afternoon’s competitive spirits.

Camberley Manor is home to many golf fans, so residents were only too happy to pick up a putter and tee off, taking part in the fun.

The home’s Business Development Manager, Jo Anderson-Woodley, remarked “We are lucky enough to offer this engaging leisure activity within the home so marking National Golf Day is very important. Residents, their families and the community have enjoyed the camaraderie of today and it’s been a perfect example of promoting activity and wellbeing in later life.”

Camberley Manor’s Home Manager, Girlie Braga, said “I am thrilled to acknowledge resident David as today’s winner achieving an impressive hole in one during our competition”.

Our winner remarked: “I’m very happy to be crowned today’s winner and am looking forward to using my new golf balls on my next outing!”

If you would like to learn more about Camberley Manor, or to enquire about attending a future event, please contact bdm@camberleymanor.co.uk or visit https://www.tlccare.co.uk/homes/camberley-manor/.