A Swinging Success
The BPMA’s latest Golf Day was held on a gorgeous day in June at Burnham Beeches Golf Club in Buckinghamshire. Organised by BPMA director Clive Allcott, the day was judged a great success.
“The golfers who attended this year’s event really enjoyed the sport and the sociability of the day, to the extent that we’re going to make it an annual event from now on,” he said.
Teams competed for handsome trophies provided by Crystal Galleries and Laser Crystal, with the day split into morning and afternoon competitions before the prize giving later in the day.
The event was sponsored by Crystal Galleries, Laser Crystal, Tomlinson Golf and Product Media magazine.
What They Said
“A brilliantly organised day by Clive and Gordon. Great to catch up with suppliers and colleagues in a relaxed environment, and hopefully a permanent fixture in the calendar.”
Andy Francis, ESM Branding
“A big thanks to Clive and the BPMA. It was one of the best organised and most enjoyable golf days I have had the pleasure to take part in. He even got the weather perfect.”
Matt Pluckrose, Desktop Ideas
“I thought the BPMA golf day was a great success. A great setting, top class course and you even managed to arrange for perfect weather conditions. It was really great to mix some business with pleasure. Well done to the winners, and thanks for a very well organised event.”
Chris Ashworth, My Cybergroup
“Just a quick thank you for yesterday. The golf day was really well organised. The dinner was excellent, as was the company. Thank you.”
Louis Tsioupra, Ellenell Limited
“Great food, great atmosphere, brilliant day. I’m looking forward to next year when hopefully I’ll be able to get my hands on one of the beautiful awards.”
Brian Bent, BTC Group
“Thanks for yesterday it was a really enjoyable and very well organised day. A fantastic golf course, good company, great food and obviously the weather made it perfect.”
Steve Gadd, Premier Impressions
Morning 9-hole scramble:
- 1st – Desktop Ideas
- 2nd – Screenworks
- 3rd – Essential Embroidery
Afternoon 18-hole competition
- 1st – Essential Embroidery – Dorian Tranter, Chris Keel, Sion Jones, Andy Francis
- 2nd – Screenworks – Clive Allcott, Graeme Smith, John Moriarty, Nic Taylor
- 3rd – Desktop Ideas – Matt Pluckrose, Christ Ashworth, Gary Cable, Frank Murphy
Nearest the pin 3rd hole – Frank Murphy
Nearest the pin 10th hole – Matt Pluckrose
Nearest the pin 18th hole – Chris Ashworth
Longest drive – Chris Ashworth