2016 Masters champion, Danny Willett gets involved to raise funds and awareness in the golfing community.
After treatment for advanced prostate cancer left him struggling with everyday tasks, keen golfer, Martin Fraser wanted to set himself a challenge by playing 60 rounds of golf on 60 different courses in just 31 days.
In the last year, the golfing community raised over £700,000 to help us beat prostate cancer, here we meet just a few of our supporters.
Over his 50-year golfing career, Dick Seamer has bested Jack Nicklaus and holds the record for the lowest nine holes as an amateur. But after surviving prostate cancer in 2013, the captain of West Kent Golf Club has concentrated his efforts on raising funds for us with his successful annual golf days.
Bill Elliott and his son James tell us how a family health crisis turned into a national newspaper campaign, then a life-long commitment to improving awareness and treatment of prostate cancer through golf.
Ahead of the first golf major of 2018, prostate cancer survivor and editor at large of Golf Monthly magazine, Bill Elliott, tells us that the US Masters will be the most open competition in years, and explains why he’s hosting our annual golf day at The Berkshire this April.
For the last six years, the African Caribbean Golf Association has been challenging taboos and raising awareness of a disease that hits one-in-four black men. We meet four of its members and find out how it all began.
After being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, keen golfer David Hadley-Smith was blown away by the support of his family and friends at his local club during his recovery. So when he decided to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK on behalf of his close friend, who was dying from the disease, it seemed like the obvious choice to put on a golf day at the club and encourage other members to get tested, too.
Bill Elliott, Prostate Cancer UK ambassador and Golf Monthly editor-at-large, tells us about a now-famous two horse race as we head into the final major golf tournament of the year in Carolina, and explains why Quail Hollow golf course is more than a little tricky to play.
In the build up to the Scottish Senior Open last weekend we caught up with the eventual winner Paul Broadhurst and his fellow competitors messers James, Lane, Rafferty, Torrance and Woosnam to get their take on the final major of the year.