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ADEY golf day produces new course record

ADEY Professional Heating Solutions’ annual Pro-Am golf day delivered a new course record at the Cotswold Hills’ championship course with pro Jon Bevan registering a 64.

ADEY Professional Heating Solutions’ annual Pro-Am golf day delivered a new course record at the Cotswold Hills’ championship course with pro Jon Bevan registering a 64.

Overall 27 teams enjoyed good course conditions and sunshine throughout the day. The event has established itself as a favourite in the HVAC industry calendar attracting companies across the sector.

Jon Bevan’s impressive round was the highlight and the Rhos on Sea club professional paved the way for some excellent performances across the handicaps.

ADEY managing director John Vaughan said: “It was a really enjoyable day and to see a course record was great and shows the quality from some of the players taking part. It’s becoming a firm fixture in the ADEY calendar and we’re hoping to continue to grow the event and take advantage of a fantastic course on our doorstep in the heart of the Cotswolds. It’s also a great opportunity for us to spend time with our customers and get involved in supporting local businesses.”

Pictured above: ADEY sales director Paul Strudley in full swing

 

23 June 2015

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