It was an honour to welcome Ralph Skingle, a veteran of Gullett and Sons, support the day's proceedings as one of the original organisers of the day.
A more challenging course than the forgiving nature of Little Hay, Chartridge tested the skills of the low handicappers and offered no relief to the high. It has to be said, irrespective of the scores, everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves, whether delighting at the sweet spot or scrambling in the brambles after a reprobate shot.
The team score went to the lads from A'tis-Eau - excuse me. Longest drive was won by Joe Keefe for a second consecutive year on the 11th hole, and by Luke Settle on the 3rd. The individual winner was Phil Harris. The nearest to the pin winners were Nick Clifford on the 1st, Mark Drinkwater on the 4th and Jeff Powell on the 13th.
And finally, the best dressed golfer award went to Trevor Davey.
Thank you everybody for making the day a huge success and better scores next year!
The Gullett's team have made an effective start at our Beaconsfield site to build two new detached five bedroom houses for a private client. The works include piled foundations and ground beams, traditional construction, feature staircases, Residence 9 Windows & Bi-folds , high specification FFE and finishes generally.
The scheme is in its final stages of completion. A back garden development of six five-bedroom semi-detached houses in Tring, traditionally built with sensitivity to the local Victorian era housing and style of construction. Great attention to detail was required working with a committed and detail focussed client to achieve the desired end result.