The tenth annual Gordon Hope Memorial Golf Day was held on Sunday, January 24 and proved to be as successful as ever.
The event saw some 88 members and visitors compete for the coveted Hope's Bottle trophy.
Every year, the funds raised go towards the Melanoma Research Foundation and this time around, just under $2000 was raised from competition fees, novelty events and their snack stall.
The Goulburn Invitational Charity Golf Day also donated $2500 to the cause, bringing the total to $4500.
The Hope family are always grateful to all the competitors for their participation and generation as well as the Goulburn Golf Club's captain Scott Nolan and professional Andrew Grove who both help out with the organising of the event.
The winners on the day were Josh Watling, Shane Wilson, Aaron Swanson and Kade Watling.
The runners-up were Paul Croker, Alison Croker, Scott Nolan and Clair Nolan.
The Memorial Day is held every year in remembrance of Gordon Hope, a former president and board member of the golf club who served with distinction for many years.
Did you know the Goulburn Post is now offering breaking news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up-to-date with all the local news: sign up below.