Black Mountain’s Henson Supports A Worthy Cause

Black Mountain Golf Club’s American brand ambassador Berry Henson is taking on an ambassadorial role to advocate for low income families in need of decent shelter according to Habitat for Humanity.

Henson expressed his delight as it will give him the opportunity to promote the global non-profit housing organization whose mission is to work with families to build or improve a place they can call home.

“I am honoured and excited to support Habitat for Humanity. I’ve known this organization for quite a long time since coming to Asia. It is an awesome opportunity for me to help not just the communities around me but also around the world,” Henson commented.

Habitat for Humanity was started in the United States by millionaire businessman Millard Fuller who wanted to help humanity. “It’s the kind of thing that I want to be involved in. It gives me an opportunity to help people in need in the region. Being a professional golfer, coming to Asia has been an awesome opportunity for me,” Henson said.

“It is about getting chances to give back. I’m glad to be associated with an organization that helps people in over 70 countries. It will be cool to travel around the world and let everybody know about Habitat for Humanity,” Henson added.

The 38-year-old Henson got his 2018 season off to a flying start by notching three straight top-10 finishes in Singapore, Myanmar and Malaysia to sit in fourth place on the Habitat for Humanity Standings, which is the Asian Tour’s season-long Order of Merit.