JCDecaux win at the 2022 NABS Golf Open - NABS
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JCDecaux win at the 2022 NABS Golf Open

JCDecaux take home the trophy as NABS Golf Open Raises £35,000

On a sunny day in Foxhills, Surrey 106 people took part in NABS Golf Open, including 14 people who played for the first time as part of the event’s new Learn2Love Golf initiative, designed to bring in a wide range of new players to the tournament.

View more pictures from the day here on our Facebook page.

A huge thank you to our sponsors News UK (goody bag sponsor), ITV (halfway house) and Digital Cinema Media (nearest to the pin) and also to our fabulously hard-working committee James Copley (chair), Jamie Duncan, Dallas Wiles, Stuart Flint and Steve Huddleston.

Congratulations to the following winners:

Winners of the tournament: JCDecaux
2nd place: ITV Adlabs
3rd place: Captify

Nearest to the Pin: Ben Chesters, Hearst UK
Longest drive: Dom Carter, News UK
Most eagles: Duncan Wynn, Hearst UK
Most birdies: Steven Ray, Snap Inc, Steve Corley, Captify and Pathman Ruthirapathy, ITV Adlabs

Winning team on Learn2Love Golf: The battle for the Learn2 Love Golf winning team came to a nail-biting tie-break play off. The lucky winners were: Jenny Rye, Alfie Tedder, Derya Us from Talon Outdoor and Jenny Healy from Brainlabs.

Most improved player (L2LG): Jenny Rye, Talon Outdoor
Nearest to the pin (L2LG): Jane Wolfson, Hearst UK

Find your scores by following this link to our scoreboard.
The day was sponsored by News UK, ITV and Digital Cinema Media.

Sue Todd, CEO, NABS, said: “It was great to see both old friends and newbies to the game joining us for this fixture in the NABS calendar. With the cost of living crisis upon us and financial concerns looming large, it’s more important than ever for the industry to come together and raise funds for NABS.”

Demand for NABS’ services, including its grants, will likely increase further this winter, having already soared during the pandemic. The charity experienced a 23% surge in demand for help from people across adland, at the same time as suffering £1.75m loss in income.

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2022 Golf Open a brilliant day on the fairway and helped give back to NABS.

Thanks to our generous sponsors

View more pictures from the day here on our Facebook page.

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