Golfers drive fundraising success

21 Jun, 2018

We were delighted to host our 3rd annual charity golf day on 19th June 2018 in aid of Midlands Air Ambulance.

The event, held at Bransford Golf Club, saw teams made up of ISO QSL’s clients, ISO QSL team members and members of the local business community compete on the beautiful Florida style golf course. This year we were expecting some rain… However, we were lucky to have lovely sunny weather!

While waiting for the more experienced golfers to finish their rounds, a bunch of fun golfers practiced at the driving range and on the putting green. After gaining good tips from our golf teacher, Ollie Walker, the fun golfers were ready for a small competition! This year, the Bligh sisters were the strongest fun golfers, Chrissy Bligh (ISOQSL) winning the closest putt competition and Laura Bligh (Headturner Search) winning longest drive!

Once everyone had finished their golf rounds, a two course meal was provided at the Bank House Hotel. A raffle in the evening raised in excess of £700 for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.  Fantastic prizes were kindly donated by Browns at the Quay, Mercedes-Benz Worcester, SB Print, Phil Price, The Cottage in the Wood, Bransford Golf Club, Bank House Hotel & Spa, Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors, Hewett Recruitment and Distinctly Dartmouth.

Peter Appleton, Chairman of ISO Quality Services (and a massive golf lover), who hosted the annual Charity Golf Day said, “Another fantastic day. The weather was just right and course conditions perfect. Our thanks to Graham and his green keeping staff for making it even more enjoyable. Finally thanks to everyone’s generosity including the companies who gave our raffle prizes. Well done to all our team who made the day run without a hitch. I look forward to next year… on the 18th June 2019, at the same venue.”

If you would like to book your place on next year’s event, please email marketing@isoqsltd.com.

 

 

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