09:53AM, Wednesday 29 July 2015
More than £1,000 has been raised for good causes through a charity golf day.
The competition saw 11 teams take on a challenging course, followed by dinner at the college.
The winning team on the day was Hampsters 2, with Slough All Stars the runners-up.
There were also prizes for nearest the pin and longest drive.
Windsor and Eton Inner Wheel, the women's version of Rotary, were also involved, providing the lunches for hungry golfers.
Around £1,200 was raised and club president Paul Bayley said: "A great day was had by all the golfers and everybody is already looking forward to next year."
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