Award-winning chartered accountancy firm Milsted Langdon swapped calculators for clubs when it held its annual golf challenges in Bristol and Yeovil.
Now in its third year, the challenge consisted of round-robin matches held over three days throughout the summer, culminating in a finals days at Bristol Golf Club and Yeovil Golf Club at which the winners were presented with their prizes.
At the Bristol Finals Day, David Snart and David Goldberg, from Lloyds TSB in Bristol, took first prize, beating runners-up Dave Ferris and Mark Ebo, of Bristol-based property consultancy Edward Symmons, by just one point.
The prize-giving dinner was attended by 45 guests, who took part in a game of Heads and Tails, with proceeds going to St Peter’s Hospice, in Bristol.
Overall winners at the Yeovil event were Keith Miller and Kevin Parsons, of Albert Goodman, with runners-up David Lonsdale and Jon Elliott, of Taurusoft Limited, missing out on first place by a single point. The prize-giving dinner was attended by 45 guests.
Gary Salter, a partner at Milsted Langdon, said: “I would like to thank everyone who participated in our golf challenges. This is now our third year and we anticipate that next year’s events will be even more popular.”
Milsted Langdon is no stranger to winning prizes itself, having scooped the Best Large Practice category at the AccountingWEB Practice Excellence Awards in both 2012 and 2011. The firm has also been shortlisted for the Mid-Tier Firm category at this year’s British Accountancy Awards, which take place in London on 21 November.
For further information on the golf challenge, including results, please visit www.milstedlangdongolf.co.uk.