Perfect weather for inaugural CORGI Golf tournament!

Clear blue skies and possibly the best sunshine so far this year, greeted an intrepid group of golfers taking part in the inaugural CORGI Golf tournament at the Belfry on 23 April 2013, the day before the Gas Safety management Conference.

Taking on the world famous PGA Course (just one of three mamouth courses) was a four and a half hour challenge for the golfers. The PGA is a par 72 course, with a Yardage of 7053 and has severe run-offs, fast fairways, undulating greens and cavernous bunkers.

Playing for a new trophy, the golfers returned the club house having caught the sun, given their muscles a good workout, but having thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

The winner was Mike Baldwin of Hewer FM with a score of 38 points. Nearest the pin on the 15th hole was won by Bob Watts of Origin Housing, longest drive on the 18th hole went to Michael Foster of Leeds City Council. Pictured here receiving the winner’s trophy from Bill Paton, Joint CEO of CORGI Technical Services are (left to right) runner up Paul Dunn of Bernicia Group , Bill Paton, winner Mike Baldwin and third place Robert Ewing of Lewisham College.