Team from Chesterfield-based Autowindscreens to take on marathon golf challenge in fight against prostate cancer

Colleagues from Chesterfield-based Autowindscreens are preparing to embark on a marathon golfing challenge in support of Prostate Cancer UK.

Monday, 14th June 2021, 4:48 pm
Updated Monday, 14th June 2021, 4:51 pm
Shirland Golf and Country Club are hosting a team from AutoWindscreens on Monday 21st June 2021 for their 72 Hole Golf challenge in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. Front James Reynolds from AutoWindscreens, Richard Coates golf club chairman, Dave Bingham, Tim Poole from AutoWindscreens and George Wishart director Shirland Country club.

James Reynolds, Tim Poole, Dave Bingham and Ryan Thomson will step up to the charity’s challenge of taking on The Big Golf Race at Shirland Golf Club, in the Amber Valley, on June 21.

The foursome decided to take on the challenge after their close friend and colleague Frank Bland was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

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James and Tom will tackle the marathon, playing a total of 72 holes and walking 26 miles, while Dave and Ryan with complete the half marathon of 36 holes and a 13 mile walk around the popular parkland course.

They will be joined by colleague Spencer Jones who will act as buggy driver and ‘refreshment guru’, helping keeping the team motivated throughout the day.

To sponsor the Auto Windscreens team visit

For more information on the Big Golf Race or about Prostate Cancer UK’s work in golf, visit

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