After a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Horsham Golf Club 2021 Pink Day made a triumphant comeback on Monday, March 22.
More than 100 women, and one or two blokes, showed their pink pride to help the fight against breast cancer.
Although it was a rainy on Monday morning, many golfers were glad it was at least not hot like previous years.
After an early morning game of nine holes, the teams enjoyed a luncheon.
Money raised from raffles were also used for donations to the Breast Cancer Foundation.
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Pink Day had been running for 10 years thanks to the efforts of its committee.
Many supporters of Pink Day, if not all, had been impacted by breast cancer in one way or another, with a handful being survivors.
The group of golfers were honoured to hear about the journey of June, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2019.
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