THE Second Annual CBVC Masters Golf Day held at Little Aston Golf Club near Birmingham proved a great success, combining a great day’s golf with networking and camaraderie.
A field of 40 customers and suppliers rose to the challenge of a Top 100 Golf Course and one of the best golf clubs in the West Midlands, set by CBVC Vehicle Management managing director Mike Manners.
The CBVC Masters Golf Day winner was Steve Hancock of Mere End Consultants who scored a magnificent 41 points off a handicap of 16. He said of the day: “Immensely enjoyable, great company and a lovely golf course. Apologies about the ‘purple-patch’ – it’s not very often it happens these days!”
Mike Manners said: “The CBVC Masters in a short time has become a firm favourite with our clients, suppliers, and staff. Our choice of an attractive, high quality, venue at Little Aston makes it easy to fill and a memorable time for all.”
Typical of an appreciative response was Colin Wild, MD of Castle Rock Brewery, who said: “Thanks for the kind hospitality provided by everyone at CBVC at Little Aston – it was great to catch up with such a great bunch of people and enjoy a lovely day and evening at such a superb golf course.”
Simon Harbridge, CEO of The Stone Group, said: “Thanks for a great day and your now legendary hospitality!”
The day’s format was 18 holes of golf on the 6,813-yard century-old course, plus Sky track and trick shot followed by dinner for 50 and the prize-giving.
Despite Sky track giving vital swing metrics, it was the trick shot that created the most mirth. Watch Nick Rose of Tandom Metallurgical caught on camera with a magnificent attempt from the gym ball.
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