The enormously popular Pink on the Green has hit a new high.
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Last week's event raised just over $26,000 for the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre.
The first three years of the event averaged around half that, posting about $40,000.
"There's obviously a huge interest in the event and in terms of raising money for the Cancer Centre, we're certainly getting more businesses wanting to be involved," organising committee member Jenny Garner said.
"We added the mixed event as part of the Pink on the Green and that contributed to the income."
The 'One Cause' event, prior to the three-day women's classic, was the first time men had been involved.
Maffra's Linda Thomas claimed the 54-hole stableford tournament.
Pink on the Green was held at three courses, Albury, Thurgoona and Wodonga.
Around 120 players, from a host of Border and North East Albury clubs and elsewhere, contested the event.