A total of £100,000 was raised for CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children and young people, from the record-breaking Irish Open at Royal Portrush last week.
All the funds will go towards the "Homes from Home" appeal to help patients and families in the form of two free self-catering houses close to the two main Belfast hospitals.
The Tour Players Foundation, the charitable arm of the European Tour, and the Darren Clarke Foundation joined forces in a pledge where £10 was donated for every birdie, £20 per eagle and £50 per albatross. That raised £35,620.
Spectators donated £30,000, tournament sponsor Brewin Dolphin gave £5,000 and in addition to other fund-raising activity the European Tour took the total to £100,000.