England (South) Region
11 Jan 18
The Teamwork Trophy will be up for grabs again when the popular PGA Professional & Secretary Challenge event returns in 2018 following its success last year.
Golf clubs are invited to enter a pair comprising their Club Manager/Secretary and PGA Professional in this year’s event, which will take place on April 12 at Woodcote Park.
An afternoon multi-tee start will see the pairs competing in a Team Only Fourball Betterball with handsome prizes for the top three pairs, while the top club will be taking home the coveted Teamwork Trophy.
Supported by business solution provider Open Solutions, the PGA Professional & Secretary Challenge is the brainchild of Woodcote Park Golf Club’s Head PGA Professional Wraith Grant and club secretary Adrian Dawson.
“Adrian and I have always worked closely together to improve and drive Woodcote Park forwards,” said Grant. “Every week we find time to play nine holes and discuss the latest issues and ideas.
“The benefits to the club’s membership, numbers and bottom line are massive and 2017 has been our best year ever.
“We both agreed an event like this was the most obvious way to get the two key people in any golf club spending some time getting to know each other better, and all to the benefit of their own clubs.”
Open Solutions’ CEO Ed Beale and Group Operations Director Tony Jones all expressed their enthusiasm for supporting the event again, especially as it will help improve golf club management.
All entries are to be sent to Woodcote Park Golf Club secretary Adrian Dawson on email@example.com or call 0208 668 2788.
Full details and the Entry Form can be found by clicking here.
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