Colin Mayes, along with Burhill colleagues David Cook and Andy Owen, were part of an eight-strong team who completed the 140-mile cycle ride, which started in Whitehaven and ended in Tynemouth.
The team braved wind, rain, baking temperatures and punctures to raise £20,000 to purchase four, six-seater Club Car vehicles to transport elderly and infirm relatives around the 150-acre National Memorial Arboretum in Shropshire.
Mayes said: It was a really tough going, we took on all weathers and challenges, but it was a brilliant experience.
Joining the Burhill team were other golf industry professionals Kevin Hart (Club Car) Andy Brown (Toro), Christian Grisard van Roey (Toro), Bruce Glasco (Troon Golf) and golf course designer Jonathan Gaunt. The group cycled west to east along the route of Hadrians Wall, and completed the feat in two-and-a-half days.
Cook, Burhill Golf Club general manager, said: We all suffered a little bit, wed done some training but it was never going to be a walk in park. The one thing we did underestimate was the severity of the hills, though it kept you going knowing that once you reached the top you had a good few miles to go down the other side.
There were a few scrapes along the way but the group ended the 140-miles injury free despite a number of falls.
Cook added: The terrain was a little rough at times and on the final day we had four punctures in quick succession. But we made it and completed the tradition of dipping our back wheels in the Atlantic Ocean at Whitehaven, then our front wheels into the North Sea at Tynemouth.
Once the total sum of money raised has been calculated Burhill Golf Club will host an event to present the Armed Forces Memorial with the Club Car carts.
The eight-strong team and supporters celebrate the completion of their 140-mile coast-to-cost cycle ride.
Pictured are (from left) Graham Powell Andy Owen, Kevin Hart, David Cook, Colin Mayes, Jonathan Gaunt, Andy Brown, Christian Grisard van Roey, Paul Dawkins, Bruce Glasco (kneeling).