The Open Championship at St Andrews wasn’t the only big golf tournament
The Accountancy Age and Financial Director Golf Challenge,
drew in a crowd of 56 accounting Westwoods and Mickelsons last Thursday at
Porters Park Golf Club in Hertfordshire.
Split into teams of four, the challenge consisted of the best three scores
counting from each four balls per hole. Networking opportunities and a prize
giving dinner then followed.
The team from west London firm Bright Grahame Murray came out on top.
GlobalExpense chief executive David Vine, who presented the prize to the
winners, said: “The Accountancy Age golf day was a really excellent day. The
course was great, the surroundings were beautiful and the atmosphere was full of
fun. Everyone had a great day. There were brilliant opportunities for
networking, and I’d like to say a big well done to Bright Grahame Murray whose
team won the day.”
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