Evolution Business Systems (EBS) recently held its Annual Not for Profit Golf Day, this year at the Kingston Links Golf Course.
For the 2nd year, EBS celebrated the partnership with its not for profit customers and contacts, over 18 holes of golf, with the aim of encouraging industry relationship building and to investigate opportunities for interaction and community support.
EBS representatives Paul Woods, Jonathan Martin, Dick Preiss and Daniel Argus came together with some key Not for Profit industry professionals, including Antony Rucco, Colin Shiel and Daniel Langelaan from Australian Drug Foundation.
The weather was great for this year’s EBS NFP Golf Day and was ably hosted by Kingston Links Manager, Brandon Frank La Manna and the guys at Kingston Links.
This year only 2 strokes (before handicaps) separated the 1st and 3rd teams. The 1st two teams finished equal before handicaps applied, off the stick at 76 (4 over par). A great effort by all!
“The day was a great opportunity for like-minded individuals from differing sectors to get together and network” said Paul Woods, EBS Managing Director. “We had a bit of fun too. The winning team even featured a golfer who was only playing the 5th game in his life! It was a great day and a great venue. We look forward to next year’s event! “