AND THE WINNER IS...
June 29, 2015 at 10:08 AM
The eagerly awaited annual Infineum-Multisol Golf Day took place in glorious sunshine at the prestigious Celtic Manor Resort Hotel last week, with more than 30 customers in attendance.
The 2010 Ryder Cup course provides a demanding test for even the most accomplished golfers and it was no surprise that the Club shop recorded record ball sales during the event, won by Steve Everitt, Managing Director of Exol Lubricants.
The challenges, course layout, camaraderie and stunning scenery all contribute to ensure that this fixture is well attended and highly regarded.
Among the guests in attendance was Philip Beckler, President, Shrieve Chemical Products, who travelled from Houston, Texas, to compete.
“I look forward to the Infineum-Multisol Golf event to catch up with old friends and business colleagues and once again it was a pleasure to be here. Of the events I attend during the year it is always the best organised.”
Guests were welcomed by Infineum Sales Director, Maurizio Abbondanza who reflected on a strong business built upon relationships and the importance of an event such as this to bring together customers and suppliers within a friendly and informal environment. He used the Golf Day as an example of the cooperation and close relationship that has developed and continues to flourish between Infineum and Multisol.
Following dinner, the prizes were presented by newly appointed Multisol Chief Operating Officer, David Hopkinson, who thanked guests for taking time out from their busy schedules to attend and for their continued support. He welcomed the opportunity to continue to build upon the close professional relationships that exist and work together to develop new opportunities.
Winner – Steve Everitt, Managing Director, Exol Lubricants
2nd – Mark Burkey, NuStar Energy Ltd
3rd - Phil Beckler, Shrieve Chemical Products
Longest Drive - David Canderton, Infineum
Nearest the Pin - Charles Hewitt, Rock Oil
Winner, Steve Everitt thanked the organisers for their hard work and excellent organisation as he starts to plot the defence of his title.
“I have been fortunate to play this course a number of times which may have given me an advantage. My own course is narrow which demands straight play and that is a big plus when playing a course like the 2010 with so many hazards.”