23th July 2018
On Friday 20th July 2018 the immaculate Dukes Meadows par-3 course in west London was once again transformed into a golfing fun park, all in aid of Leukaemia research. Populated with some of the biggest names in celebrity golf, this 10th anniversary event saw 18 teams battle it out for the prestigious Golden Bronte Chipmaster Trophy, won this year by captain Mike Tindall and team Four Tee Something. The introduction of the Floating Green Challenge - that saw golfers attempt to land their ball on an almost impossibly small floating island - was also a huge success.
The event raised over £40k for Leuka's ongoing research into cures and treatments for Leukaemia. Huge thanks once again to Mini Masters host (and Leuka patron) Dougray Scott and to our fabulous volunteers from Net-a-Porter.
The next Mini Masters will take place in July 2019 at Dukes Meadows, London.
If you’d like to know more about the 2019 Mini Masters - how you can book your team for the event, or get involved - please visit our Mini Masters page here - https://leuka.org.uk/special-events/mini-masters/