Almost 60 golfers and beginners turn out to raise money for industry charity.
Last month's golf day in aid of the Light Fund helped to raise around £2,000 for the industry charity.
The event saw almost 60 golfers and beginners tee off at the Mid-Surrey Golf Club in Richmond: a full 18 holes were on offer for experienced players, while a special introductory session was held for the non-golfers.
A number of 'Gary' awards were also handed out, with the winners being:
Highest Team Score: IMG/Character Options
Nearest to the pin: Jon Diver, Character Options
Longest drive: Andrew Kerr, Classic Media
Straightest drive: Chris Thompson, Vogue Housewares
Best individual: Anthony Temple, Rainbow Designs/DRi
Most improved beginner: Alicia Davenport, DRi Licensing
The day was organised by Andrew Levy from Licensingpages, with help from Anthony Temple and Alicia Davenport (DRi/Rainbow Designs), Simon Gresswell (IMG) and Rob Corney (Bulldog). Sponsors included Allsorts Licensing, Cartoon Network, Chapman, EB Brands, Kazachok and Start Licensing.
"Everyone involved had a great day out and, most importantly, we were able to raise a magnificent total for the Light Fund," said Levy.