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Micky Hazard toakes part in Redbourn Golf Club competition to help Children in Need and Pepper Foundation
4:00pm Tuesday 27th November 2012 in News
A former professional footballer swapped his boots for golf shoes to raise money for charity.
Micky Hazard, who played for Tottenham Hotspurs during the 80s and 90s, took part in a charity competition at Redbourn Golf Club on Friday, November 16.
His efforts helped to raise £688 for Children in Need and the Pepper Foundation, which provides home care to seriously ill children.
Ian McDowell, general manager at the club, said: "Everyone had a wonderful day and it was extra special to have a former professional footballer among our ranks, together raising money for exceptional causes."
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