Retirement Villages was delighted to be involved in the Bramley Old Boys (BOBS) day at Bramley Golf Club, just a few miles away from Elmbridge Village.
Regional Sales Manager Darren Welch took the opportunity to put on his plus fours and join the players on the 18 hole course, near Guildford, in Surrey,
Around 60 players tee-d off on the day and competition for the ‘nearest to the pin’, which Retirement Villages sponsored, was fierce. It was John Medhurst who fought off all comers, while Tony Moorey was the overall winner of the Makin Cup.
He said: “It was a pleasure to be involved in the day. Like Elmbridge Village, Bramley Golf Club is very much part of the local community so this was a good opportunity to bring both together.”
Golfers Barry Elliott and Cliff Davies with RV’s Darren Welch in the middle
Winner of nearest to the pin John Medhurst (left) with RV’s Darren Welch