Ipswich Town legends Kieron Dyer and Simon Milton were among the participants who had an un-fore-gettable time at a charity golf day.

Returning for its second year, the event at Stowmarket Golf Club saw 76 golfers split into teams of four to raise money for Suffolk Mind.

More than £3,000 was raised on the day – with Craig Dade and his Fore Guys taking home the trophy after 18 holes.

East Anglian Daily Times: The JCA team of Chris Alcock, Steve Ward, Jeff Alcock and James AlcockThe JCA team of Chris Alcock, Steve Ward, Jeff Alcock and James Alcock (Image: Suffolk Mind)

A raffle and auction were also held in the club house, with items going under the hammer including signed prints of Town legends Terry Butcher and John Wark, an ITFC shirt signed by current player Harry Clarke, plus a highly-sought-after round of golf at the prestigious Aldeburgh Golf Course.

Monies raised through the event go directly to Suffolk Mind, helping fund its mission of making Suffolk the best place in the world to talk about and take care of mental health.

The fundraiser is the brainchild of charity patron and avid golfer Peter Basford, who also serves as vice-chair at Stowmarket Golf Club.

East Anglian Daily Times: The event was held at Stowmarket Golf ClubThe event was held at Stowmarket Golf Club (Image: Suffolk Mind)

He said: “It was great to follow on from last year’s inaugural event and once again raise an incredible amount of money for Suffolk Mind.

“There was some great golf on display and Craig Dade and his Fore Guys went home very deserved winners.

“I was first introduced to Suffolk Mind’s incredible work back in 2015 before becoming a patron last year – and cannot wait to host and find more fun ways to raise money for the charity.

“Here’s to another successful golf day in 2025.”

Jon Neal, chief executive of Suffolk Mind, added: “Despite the weather, this was by par and away a brilliant day.

“Huge thanks go to Peter, Stowmarket Golf Club and our fabulous sponsors for putting on such a fantastic event.

“Days like these are so important in funding our mission and in ensuring we can continue to offer our vital services to those in need.”