New members…

We are pleased to introduce the newest members to The Musketeers team, they have joined us for the Mini Mayhem challenge in June in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. The new members are Athos (the silver Mini) and Porthos (the red mini) They have been purchased for less than £500 each and will be The Musketeers trusty(?) steeds for the 4000 mile trip and hope to be joined by Aramis at some point soon, more details on our latest challenge page. In order to raise funds we are selling space on the minis for company sponsorship, please contact us for more information. There are also donation buttons on our website if you would like to donate to GOSH.


and The Musketeers are off again…

The Musketeers next challenge has been agreed!

We will be driving around the coast of the UK again but this time in 20 year old Minis, that we have purchased for a max of £500. There will be no SAT-NAV, no Motorways allowed and we will be camping overnight. The plan is to complete the 4000 mile trip in 10 days.

The Charity we will be raising funds for is Great Ormond Street Hospital – GOSH

More details will follow as the planning progresses.



Thanks to all those that supported us on the 24 hour golf challenge, we have managed to raise £3,500 in total for MIND.

This would not be possible with the support of family, friends and colleagues and everyone else involved, it is very much appreciated!

We are now working on our next challenge for 2022 so keep an eye out for details, we will start posting clues soon.


Over £3k raised!

As you all know my latest challenge was to play Golf for 24hours nonstop, last week I did exactly that! 

A huge thanks to all those that supported me on the day and also those that have donated, to date we have raised over £3,300 (inc Gift aid) for the Mental Health Charity MIND, its not too late to donate, the link is below, it would be great if we can get it higher.

A few facts and figures from the day itself:-

  • I player over 120 rounds of golf
  • Covered 32miles walking round the course
  • Did 3 rounds as a T-Rex at 4 in the morning
  • 22 other players joined me at various times
  • A total of 1535 strokes were played
  • There were 20 birdies, 70 Pars and 30 bogeys plus a few double bogeys
  • Played in the day, night, rain, sun and wind

Huge thanks to our Sponsors, BuildingIS, ABS, James Liston, BHM Electrical, 3D Personnel, Rubico, Sandbox Ltd, Fairmead Professional Services and not forgetting Lymington Golf Centre who supported us all the way.

Thanks again for all of your support, if you haven’t donated yet please do on the link above.

This is my ninth challenge over the last 11 years and have raised over £35k for charities in that time, here’s to the next one!


24hours – Done!

We did it! Played golf for 24 hours earlier this week, finished at 7pm on Tuesday, completely exhausted but elated! All to raise funds for the Mental Health Charity MIND.

Huge thanks to all those that helped and supported me, it was tough but I couldn’t of done it without you all behind me.

I will be posting some facts and figures soon but as a taster I played 124 holes and walked 32 miles during the event, played in the rain, sun, wind and the pitch black of night, some holes were played dressed as a dinosaur! see photos.

If you would like to donate you can do on the link below


Its nearly Tee time!

Only a few days to go before embarking on the challenge of playing golf for 24 hours at Lymington Golf Centre, we tee off at 7pm on Monday and will be playing come rain or shine, night or day, come and support us if you can, particularly on the 22nd when we finish at 7pm.

You can donate to help us raise funds for the Mental Health Charity, MIND on the following link.


More sponsors!

We have some more sponsors on board, each company has sponsored a round to be played at the 24hr Golf challenge. Many thanks to Rubico and 3D Personell for joining us.

If you want to be part of this please contact us, we have a few rounds yet to be sponsored.


Golf update

A quick update on the golf challenge.

We now have 7 rounds of golf sponsored by generous companies, there are still another 9 to sponsor if any companies are interested in supporting the event and raising funds for MIND.

There is also the competition running alongside where you can guess the total number of strokes played to win some great prizes.

We have been on the local radio station, BBC Radio Solent recently promoting the event and will be in the local press soon as well.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for details on any of the above, this is not going be an easy challenge but it is for great cause that affects a lot of people.

L-R Tony Barnes, Lee Marsh, Mark Fishwick

Good at guessing?

To raise more funds for MIND during the upcoming 24 hour golf challenge we have decided to have a competition to run alongside the golfing. As most of you know we are playing Texas Scramble for 24hours on 21st June and for a small donation can you guess how many total strokes we will take whilst completing the 16 rounds? There will be 3-4 of us playing and its a total of 144 holes which is a PAR of 544 for one person playing. To guess is £2 a go or 3 goes for £5, just donate online at the link on the picture below and email us with you guess at

We have some great prizes for the closest ones, there is a half hour golf lesson kindly donated by Matt Vineer, vouchers for 9 holes as well the adventure golf, all at Lymington Golf Centre as well as many other prizes.

All monies raised go to MIND, the mental health charity, which is a great charity to support, particularly in the current climate, any support will be greatly appreciated.


Golf update..

Its just over 4 weeks until the 24hr Golf Challenge when Lee will play Texas Scramble for 24 hours and hopes to complete 16no 9 hole rounds at Lymington Golf Centre.

There are a few sponsors on board who are sponsoring a round of golf each for a very generous donation to MIND, if you would like to get involved and join them please let us know through the contact page.

MIND do amazing work and during this pandemic, millions of us have experienced a mental health problem, or seen a loved one struggle. And we’ve seen that the support we all need just isn’t out there. For them, for us and for you – we must take this chance to step up the fight for mental health. That means fighting for change, for fairness, for respect and for life-changing support.

You can make a donation here:-