Comms-care partners experience The Ryder Cup.

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Support Services company Comms-care has held their Partner Golf Day at the 2010 Ryder Cup course at Celtic Manor for the third year running.

Less than a year after The Ryder Cup took place, the magic and atmosphere still remains with reminders of the day all around the clubhouse. The Samuel Ryder Suite, where the Americans congregated before and after the golf was the room that Comms-care and their partners occupied before and after the golf.

The first team were scheduled to tee off at 11:00 am with ten minute intervals. As expected for a Ryder Cup course, the condition was superb presenting players with a challenging round. A lot of balls were packed into bags to cover the water shots and other challenges the course presented. One lucky player however did get a hole in one on the 7th hole which was one of the highlights of the day.

One of Comms-care’s partners commented on the day: “Thanks very much for the invitation to your superb golf day. We had an excellent time and thoroughly enjoyed the golf and fantastic hospitality alongside."

Considering the course was Ryder Cup standard, the scores were pretty impressive. The winners brought in a fantastic score of 93 points which went to Freestyle IT, the winners from the first Partner Golf Day. Prizes were also presented for 2nd place team, longest drive and nearest the pin. A couple of novelty prizes were also awarded for the worst dressed golfer and the person who hit a record number of balls into the water.

Richard Eglon, Marketing Manager at Comms-care commented: “For the third year running Celtic Manor have provided another excellent golf day for us. Everyone enjoyed the golf and the experience of playing on the 2010 course. To top it all the weather was perfect, with golfers only needing to get their sun cream out rather than their waterproofs! The day has certainly become a ‘must attend’ event in our partners calendar and it is always a pleasure to welcome them to such a great golfing venue such as Celtic Manor.”