Redstor Annual Golf Day 2017

Redstor Annual Golf Day 2017

posted in Partners ● 26 Dec 2017

On Thursday, July 6th, Redstor hosted a fantastic group of customers and partners to its sixth annual golf day at Windlesham Golf Club, Grove End, Bagshot, Surrey.

The sun-lit day, which saw individuals from a wide range of organisations take to the course, included 18-holes of top quality golfing, plenty of smiles and an opportunity for all to enjoy themselves. For those not so confident with a set of clubs, Windlesham professionals laid on a short master-class.

Following the day of golfing in the sun, attendees gathered in the clubhouse to continue conversing and networking over drinks. A three-course meal was then laid on in the luxury Nineteen restaurant allowing all to sit back and relax with a fine dining experience, whilst overlooking the golf course.

 

Points equal prizes

Adding the competitive edge to the event, prizes were awarded for teams who placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd as well as prizes for the longest drive and closest to the pin. With a close fought battle for the longest drive going to, Andy McGowan and closest to the pin going to Vernon King.

 

Redstor host many customer focused events throughout the year and look forward to welcoming everyone back for next year’s Golf Day or preceding events in the remainder of 2017 and the early part of 2018.

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