Congratulations to all those who took part in the eighth running of the CBVC Masters at Little Aston Golf Club in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
A warm and bright sunny day greeted the 34 golfers who took to Little Aston’s tournament hosting fairways for a relaxed and fun-filled event.
The individual CBVC Masters winner was Nick Lake with a magnificent score of 39 points, who is now the holder of the event’s Steel and Alloy Trophy.
Nick was closely followed by Martin Crook (38 points), and Andy Chatwin on 36 points, beating Nick Rose on countback.
The team prize with 93 points was won by Mark Sanders, Andy Chatwin, Mitch Cogger and Nick Lake (pictured below with CBVC Vehicle Management’s Finance Director Jennie Chisholm).
Other winners were Euan Grant (Trick Shot Challenge) and Andrew Dawson-Gerrard (Longest Drive), with an enormous hit of more than 300 yards.
Mike Manners, Managing Director of CBVC Vehicle Management, commented:
Our thanks go to all the staff at Little Aston and Ady Wheatcroft of ACE Golf Challenge who delivered an absolutely first class experience for our guests. Truly, nothing was too much trouble for him.
Indeed, Ady’s trick shot challenges have been a fixture for several years. Watching him hit a golf ball close to a pin 150 yards away, while balancing on a gym ball, makes me feel totally inadequate as a golfer. It was simply fantastic.
My thanks must also go to the CBVC Vehicle Management staff – Jennie Chisholm, Andrew Baker and Julie Hayes – for their help in organising another great golfing day. We all look forward to welcoming you back next year!
Would you like to take part in next year’s CBVC Masters?
If you are a CBVC Vehicle Management customer with a current club handicap and would like to play next year, please let your account manager know.