Deceuninck UK and VBH (GB) hosted their seventh annual Golf Day earlier this month, returning to Bowood Golf Resort in Wiltshire.

Bowood set the scene for a highly enjoyable – and closely contested – day of golf around the PGA Official Golf Course for the South West, say the hosts with just five points separating the top three teams at close of play.

First place honours went to Bristol Windows who finished with a total of 85 points, just three ahead of second placed team, Window Warehouse and M&S Windows, on 82. Coming home in third place was Garrard Windows with a final tally of 80 points.

 ‘Nearest the Pin’ was claimed by Matt Kelly of Bill Butters Windows, with the trophy for Longest Drive going to Window Warehouse team member Dan Reader.

The day concluded with a dinner, prize-giving and evening drinks at the Bowood.

Deceuninck sales director Chris Jones said: “It was absolutely fantastic to be able to get together with friends, colleagues and our co-hosts VBH for this year’s annual golf day.

“After being forced to cancel last year, and following an exceptionally challenging period for us all, it was a real treat to be able to get together with friends and colleagues to enjoy the outstanding Bowood course once again.”   

VBH managing director Simon Monks added: “Everyone has been under a huge amount of pressure since the start of the first lockdown in March last year, so we were delighted to be able to finally co-host the seventh annual Golf Day alongside Deceuninck.

“The Bowood Resort is a world class venue and the perfect setting for what is now an established and highly anticipated event on the industry calendar.”