Tunbridge Wells Crazy Golf · Corporate Crazy Golf, 80s style!
The 80s are here again! Trinity’s corporate partners, supporters and friends turned the clock back in Wild Boy style for a night of crazy golf. Celebrating Trinity’s 40th Birthday, guests were treated to the finest Pina Colada cocktails from the Wham-Bam-Bar on arrival and encouraged to walk the fairway – Farah’s optional. Set inside the striking Decimus Burton venue, the evening offered the perfect opportunity to update the guests on the current Heritage renovation plan, with works rumoured to complete this autumn and the four floors and the 360-viewing platform open to the public by October.
Teeing-off to T’pau, the Trinity marketing team Tears For Beers got play underway in questionable 80s fancy dress style, with Best Team Name Winners Berry & Lamberts Miami Legal AdVICE following swiftly behind. The Hilden Park Hackers were worthy winners of Best Dressed Team, resplendent in gold bomber jackets and sweatbands; the players were thrilled to receive their medals from Trinity’s Corporate Development Officer and event host, Sara Rice.
Lousie Morris of AV Trinity wowed the crowd with a team-pleasing hole-in-one, and her colleague Cliff battled for best player alongside Trinity’s own Hugh Brown!
Crazy Golf fans — Gleeds — entered two teams into the competition, taking the much-coveted prize for Best Swinger. The winning player (who wished to remain nameless) left pampas grass in hand to much amusement from his teammates and other attendees!
The annual event ended with the opportunity to freestyle on the course, dance floor and drinks at the bar.