On 27 September 2012, 64 golfers swung into action on our third Charity Golf Day and successfully raised £4,500 to help vulnerable young people with homeless issues throughout Hertfordshire.

For the third year running the sun shone while the 16 teams took to the golf course at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club with hyh volunteers on hand to provide hot and cold half way house refreshments.

hyh employees – Elizabeth Harrison, Sharon Gower, Kathryn Salmon, Becki Warren, Jennie Rawlings

In the afternoon the golfers enjoyed a well deserved drink at the clubhouse before sitting down for a 2 course meal which was followed by a presentation of awards and an auction and raffle with top prizes including rounds of golf for four at golf clubs Hanbury Manor and Dyrham Park.

Congratulations to the winners of the day – Bert’s Boys!

1st place – Tom Nelson, Rob Salmon, Matt King and Paul Freeman (not pictured)

And to our runners up – At Least ¼ Of Us Can Hit A Ball

2nd place – James Robinson, John Robinson, Tom Robinson and Stuart Monk

Another congratulations to the winner of our Nearest the Pin Competition, Keith Trodden (pictured with Jennie Rawlings, Marketing Manager at hyh)

And the Longest Drive, Steve Clark

A big thank you to our many generous sponsors of the day – Kogelo Tours, John Lewis, Welwyn Garden City, Coca Cola, CSL, Christine Rutherford, Harrisons Accountancy, Safety For Work and Totem Films Ltd. Thank you to Sainsburys in Watford, Garston, London Colney and Potters bar for their contributions to the half way house refreshments and to Clear Swing for donating 20% of their club cleaning profits.

And of course a special note of thanks to Aldwickbury Park Golf Club for hosting the day.