The inaugural Soulstice Golf Day held at The Shire, London course in Barnet saw 17 teams contest the Andy Weekes Memorial Trophy to raise money for the Saving Soulstice fund and Cherry Lodge Cancer Care.
After hearing that thieves had stolen vital charity funds raised earlier this year Fujitsu-General Air Conditioning and other companies co-sponsored the event to help replace the lost funds. The idea for this event was conceived by Fujitsu’s Giles Pratt and his wife Maggie, who also helped organise the day.
Paul Airey, left, and BSRA chair Paul Singh, right, with the winning AMP 1 team of Steve Gardner, Mark Goldsworthy, and Martin Watts. The fourth member of the team was Darren Bell, who was unable to stay for the presentations. Also pictured, second right, is Richard Archer from AMP 2, who was second in the individual competition
AMP dominated proceedings on the golf course, Karl Richardson of Logicool was named Personality of the Year and Weatherite's Nathan Leonard was honoured as Apprentice of the Year at the Birmingham Society of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (BSRA) Annual Golf and Dinner celebration at The Belfry.
With the Xmas/winter golf day having now beaten the weather, the Hampshire Refrigeration Society has confirmed the date of its popular summer golf tournament.
The 2018 HRS tournament will take place on 12 July, at Old Thorns in Liphook.
Booking forms and details of sponsorship opportunities are available from:
The venue has a limited number of rooms on hold until 4 May at a reduced HRS rate of £85 single and £95 double. Book directly with the hotel on 01428 725 885.