Welwyn Garden City golfers raise funds for cancer charity
A GOLFER, who lost both his father and mother-in-law to cancer, took part in a 72-hole golf marathon, in their memory.
Steve Grant, from Skimpans Close, Welham Green, and four of his friends took part in the challenge at Mill Green Golf Club earlier this month.
Starting at 5.30am and playing for 16 hours, the group who used buggies, also included Dave Urquhart, David Lovett also from Welham Green, Gary Binks, of St Albans, and Robert Dilbury from WGC.
They raised a total of �2,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Steve, who shot a total of 362 over the four rounds, said he was delighted to have completed the challenge.
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“It was a fantastic day, for a fantastic cause as well.
“No question it is such a fantastic charity,” the 17 handicapper added.
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