JPG chose to host their annual Golf Day at Headingley Golf Course, Leeds which is known for being one of the oldest golf clubs in Leeds founded in 1892.
Headingley Golf Course is situated in a rural setting and boasts many memorable golf holes which make full use of the varied and dramatic terrain.
The weather was kind to us this year and the course stayed dry for the day with many talented golfers swinging into action. A few trees were shaken and balls lost but all in all a very good day at Headingley.
The winners of the day were congratulated and presented with their prizes by Beau Falloon and Joel Moon from Leeds Rhinos who came along to mingle after the Golf. Richard Tovey managed the longest drive of the day along with Richard Baker who managed to get nearest the pin and second place! Well Done to Richard Irving for coming first place on his individual score and in third place Mike Banks.