Port Hedland’s golfers grabbed their clubs and put on their best collared pink shirts for Pink Ribbon Day at the Hedland Golf Club on Saturday, for a four ball ambrose tournament which raised money for breast cancer trials. The four ball ambrose handicapped tournament involves golfers competing in teams of three or four, where only the best shot from a team member on each hole is used. More than 50 golfers competed on Saturday in perfect conditions. Michael Findlay, Vic Arriagada and Bronwyn and Colin Coddard took home first prize with a nett score of 53. Gary Brookes, Stuart Wise and Andrew Dodds had the best gross score with 61. The day was played in a relaxed, casual spirit with novelty awards to be won too. Awards such as best left handed shot, best putt with a cricket bat and best blindfolded shot were just a few of the prizes up for grabs. Teams fined each other for actions such as a windy shot or using your phone on the course, with all the money generated going towards the breast cancer trials charity fund. Hedland Golf Club life member Aroha Brockman said competitions such as Pink Ribbon Day were a great way to attract new players to the club. “It’s really a fun day and it’s a good way of getting the community involved in golf,” she said. “We’re always looking for new members and people to come out and play golf and when we have days like this, it is open to all people. “We have great facilities and the whole course is in mint condition at the moment.” The next event on the calendar is the Pilbara Ladies tournament on July 24.