Bingham hits the greens during quiet month on the baize
- Published: Thursday, 13 July 2017 10:58
- Written by James Colasanti, CogitoPR
STUART BINGHAM made the most of a quiet month for him on the snooker Tour by dusting off his golf clubs for charity.
The world No 9 was part of a four-man team in action at the Celebrity Golf Classic at Hanbury Manor in support of the President's Sports Club and The Essex Disabled Sports Foundation.
Ballrun and fellow sporting stars including Nigel Mansell, Kriss Akabusi, Luther Blissett, Micky Hazard and Ozzie Ardiles took part in the event in Ware in early July.
Bingham (pictured second from the right at the top) said: "It was on one of the par threes and with the old hickory clubs. It makes it a bit of a showpiece.
"I didn't do as well as I could have but still got 33 points and our team, which was me and three guys on a corporate day, came about middle of the pack.
"But it was a great occasion and I was honoured to take part and, importantly, it raised the profile of a great Essex-based charity."