On Wednesday, the Notts County Former Players’ Association held their annual Golf Day at the Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club.
The event saw County legends from the 1950s through to the modern era turn out to compete for the Arthur Mann Trophy.
Ex-Magpies’ frontman Gary Lund took home the main prize, narrowly beating Tommy Johnson with the help of a fantastic chip at the 18th hole.
Chris Withe came in third but the former Notts defender claimed the prize for Best Pair, along with his wife Teresa.
The Best Guest prize was won by Terry Mundy, with Peter Rice in second place, whilst Don Masson's team gained the best group score.
All-time top-scorer Les Bradd, who organised the event along with another club legend Brian Bates, told the official site: “The tournament was formed in 1999 in tribute to a former player Arthur Mann, who sadly died in an accident at work.
“It’s a means of us getting together every September to relive old, happy times at Notts County and remember, firstly, Arther Mann, and other ex-players that have passed away.
“It was great fun out on the course and great to see players from so many decades come together.”
A big thanks goes out to On-Call Recruitment
for their continued support of the NCFPA and the Nottinghamshire for their excellent hospitality on the day.