BUSINESSES got back into the swing of things at Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce’s first annual golf day since before the pandemic.
The event was held at the Nailcote Hall Hotel and over £100 was raised for Cancer Research.
The day saw 30 golfers of all abilities face off on the nine-hole Cromwell Course.
The main award went to ‘Kayb’ of Coventry’s CP Coaching Academy while the Chamber of Commerce’s HR Manager Matt Hammersley won the challenge event.
The Chambers president Tom Mongan handed out the prizes.
He said: “It’s great to have the President’s Golf Day back on the Chamber calendar again and to raise money for Cancer Research has made the day extra special.
Kayb added: “It was a brilliant event, and I got to play golf and meet people in different sectors that I normally would not come across.
“It really helped me establish new connections and has given me added drive to progress my Golf With Kayb (GWK) social media channel and help more people enjoy the game and reach those in need of advice and guidance.”