Scotland’s National Business Golf Tournament comes to climax.
16 of Scotland’s finest golfing companies will be driving to the home of golf on Wednesday for their chance to be crowned Scotland’s national business golf tournament, Business Fours.
They won’t be the only ones driving though as Scotland’s Longest Driving Champion will be on the tee waiting for them as well. Ilona Stubley, Current UK Ladies Golf Long Drive Champion will be on hand to see if participants can hit the ball further than her, all in the aid of Charity.
The charity pot currently stands at over £2,500 and the winning company will drive away not only with the title but also a bumper donation for their chosen charities. The full line up of companies involved and the charities they are playing for are below.
We’re delighted that the Insider.co.uk team will be in with a chance of winning the money for CHAS having qualified as runners up in the Glasgow Professional Services event at Mar Hall.
All eyes will be on the Torrance Course at St Andrew’s Fairmont come Wednesday 30th May at 10:30 when the hooter blows for the shotgun start. Every putt will count as the combined stableford score of all four from each company will determine who the winner is although with individuals being split up to make new connections on the day they will have to blindly rely on their colleagues to play well.
Teams will come from all over Scotland for the culmination the 2018 business golf championship from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee.
They will include reigning champions Village Hotel Club as well as reigning Business Fives winter champions Graham Pest Control joined by winners from the Construction, Housing and Property qualifier Advance Construction and Edinburgh professional services champions Riddle and Coghill.
The qualifying events took place in prestigious courses like Dalmahoy, Cardrona and Mar Hall.
The tournament has been supported by sponsors Kinetic Demolition and Director, James Warren will be on hand to hand over the Claret style Jug. It’s not quite as glamorous as the senior Scottish Open trophy that will be showcased at the event by Charity prizes partners the PGA European Tour.
The charity raffle prizes includes a unique opportunity to play Gullane the day after the Scottish Open with Sunday pin positions and Grandstands still intact.
Who will drive away happy as Scotland’s National Business golf champions?
Brewin Dolphin playing for Winning Scotland Foundation
Inisider.co.uk playing for CHAS
Begbies Traynor playing for the Glasgow Children’s Hospital
Riddle & Coghill playing for MND Scotland
Edinburgh Airport playing for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance
Anderson Strathern playing for SAMH
Turcan Connell playing for Down Syndrome Scotland
Advance Construction playing for Kilbride Hospice
Careys playing for the Carey Foundation
Malcolm Hollis playing for LandAid
Stewart Milne Homes playing for Beatson Cancer Charity
Village Hotel Club playing for Calums Cabin
Graham Pest Control playing for Cash for Kids and Down Syndrome Scotland
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