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NABS Golf Open

The NABS Golf Open returns Friday 2 September 2022 please contact us to secure your spot.

Get ready to tee off again at Foxhills, Surrey on Friday September 2, 2022.

Set in the stunning Surrey countryside, the NABS Golf Open is a competitive but fun-packed team challenge, raising money for a truly great cause- supporting colleagues in your industry. Teams can enjoy 18 holes at the Foxhills Golf Club for four people, including breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks at the Halfway house, as well a goody bag each.

Entry costs £2,200 for a 4-ball, contact us to secure your team’s spot.


NABS Golf Open 2021 tees off with success for Snap!

In the Surrey sunshine it was Snap who took home the NABS Golf Open 2021 trophy, holding off the advance of teams from Google, and Evolve.

The NABS Golf Open got back into swing at the start of this month at Foxhills, Surrey, raising a fantastic £40k for NABS.

In total, 23 teams took part, enjoying an 18-hole challenge as well as a fine breakfast and lunch.

Congratulations to this year’s winners: Snap Inc., and well done to runners up Google, and third-placed evolve OOH too.

Eagles were scored on the day by Jack Williams from Atomic London, Andrew Johnston from Orion Worldwide, Andrew Gibson from Ocean Outdoor, Matt Forrester from Snap Inc., Anthony Lawson from Activision Blizzard Media and David Moynihan from MediaCom- well played!

A huge thank you to our sponsors Activision Blizzard Media, evolve OOH, ITV and News UK as well as everybody who played on the day! View pictures from the day here on our Facebook page.

In the last twelve months the impact of our work has been felt by more people than ever, despite a £1.1million loss of income and significantly reduced resources alongside a 35% rise in demand for our services.

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2021 Golf Open a brilliant day on the fairway and helped give back to NABS.


Thanks to our generous sponsors

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