Keen guests arrived early for a bacon butty welcome, a bit of socially distanced banter and a warm-up before teeing-off at the beautiful course. Chosen by TIP each year, not least because of its stunning views of four counties, the course remained challenging despite it being familiar to many of the participants.
Thankfully, the rain stayed away for the most part to enable TIP and its guests to enjoy a long-awaited few hours on the 18-hole course.
Once done, a light-hearted, and again socially responsible, award ceremony took place to celebrate the winning teams and individuals.
Super day out and already looking forward to the next one!
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