A hole lot of fun with Dougray Scott, James Nesbitt, Thom and Max Evans and more at The Mini Masters
Celebrity captains showed their support as Dougray Scott hosted return of unique charity golf event in aid of Leuka
The 2017 Mini Masters in association with Aspall, a golf tournament and summer garden party rolled into one, returned for its eighth edition with an array of celebrity golfers captaining teams of keen amateur players.
The par-3 golf competition at Dukes Meadows in Chiswick saw the biggest names in celebrity golf, including Dougray Scott, James Nesbitt, Thom and Max Evans, Denise van Outen, Ian Wright, Richard Bacon, Jamie Theakston and Gordon Strachan get into the swing for Leuka, a charity which funds research into and treatment of the causes and treatment of Leukaemia.
Many celebrities have supported The Mini Masters since the tournament began in 2008, with James Nesbitt describing it as “The best day of the year. This is actually the best day of the last twenty years. In fact, it is probably the best day of my life”. With its fun atmosphere, on-course bars and music, and satirical commentary coming from the event’s very own ‘TV Tower’, The Mini Masters is a golf day like no other.
Dougray Scott, Leuka patron and event host, said: “This is the greatest celebrity golf tournament in the world. It’s a summer garden party with drinks on every other hole, fantastic food, great banter, live music and all for a fantastic cause. You will never experience anything like this anywhere else.”
Guests at the event bid for some fantastic auction prizes, including a round of golf with Paul McGinley at Sunningdale.