As a rule Robert Winsor does not like publicity, but when it comes to his celebrity charity golf tournaments, there is no stopping him. Yesterday Winsor announced that on May 15-16 his fourth charity golf tournament will tee off at Royal Bendinat Golf Club with the main sponsor being the Santa Ponsa Country Club. The club's director David Eastall yesterday handed over a cheque, on behalf of the club, to Winsor for the sum of 18.000 euros, around three million pesetas, which means that as of today, every euro raised will go to charity with organisational costs completely covered. This year, Winsor, who will be staging the 12th international celebrity tournament of his career, not only has the support of the country club but also the full backing of Bendinat golf club. The club will be wavering all green fees and buggy fees for the tournament I'm absolutely delighted, in all my years of organising charity tournaments, Jorge Pando, the director of golf, has come up with an unheard of gesture, Winsor said. He claims he is trying to keep the number of four-person teams, one celebrity, one pro and two amateurs, down to 12, but he knows that, in light of the huge success of the three previous tournaments, around 20 teams will tee-off. The three previous Majorca tournaments have raised a record 35 million pesetas for the handicapped in Majorca and the likes of Jasper Carrot, Jes Conrad, Willie Thorne, Cliff Thorburn, Dennis Taylor and Roger DeCourcay have already pledged their support with four months left to go before the big day. David Eastall said that the tournament will be the Country Club's first major event since its completion, I'm delighted to help. Last year's tournament raised funds for a special mini-bus for handicapped children and special wheelchairs.