Micky Hazard toakes part in Redbourn Golf Club competition to help Children in Need and Pepper Foundation

Gavin Bunker, Micky Hazard, Steve Chambers and Terry Hardy.

Gavin Bunker, Micky Hazard, Steve Chambers and Terry Hardy.

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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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