TEAMS tee’d off to help disabled children. Golfers came out in force to support the Rose Road Association’s charity golf day. Bramshaw Golf Club Golf Club was filled with 80 golfers in teams of four. The bumper day comes after a record breaking week for the charity which saw supporters raise nearly £30,000. The cash was raised by runners at the London Marathon and ABP Southampton Half Marathon as well as a glamorous spring ball. The funds will help the charity continue its work supporting children with complex disabilities and their families. A spokeswoman from the charity said: “It was a fantastic day and the rain managed to stay away. We are very fortunate to have been selected by Bramshaw Golf Club this year and have the support of all their members at events like the golf day.” For more information about the Rose Road Association visit roseroad.org.uk.