Golf Day Swings Into Action

Golf Day Swings Into Action

Golfers braved blustery winds and the coronavirus to take part in a local charity’s inaugural charity golf day on September 25.

Herts MS Therapy Centre chose their local Letchworth club to host the 4-ball event that saw the ‘Where’s Ben’ team take the first prize, with Five Star Trophies runners-up.

A best individual score of 37 Stableford points came from Neil Lobos with Ross Kemp and Billy Allan winning the longest drive and nearest-the-pin prizes respectively. Our photo shows Paul Arnerich and Neil Lobos receiving their prizes from HMSTC’s very own Paul Bishop (below).


A post-golf auction and raffle helped raise £900 for the charity that helps people with MS and other neurological conditions. Fundraiser Paul Bishop was full of praise for the golfers and all the club’s staff: “It was great to see players coping well with the tricky conditions on a course that was in tip-top shape. Credit should also go to Jim Abraham and his team for looking after us and making us feel welcome in these tricky times. We hope to be back here next year.”

Golf day winners: ‘Where’s Ben’ team members Neil Lobos, Gary Bowman, Paul Arnerich and Andy Gummer (below).