Junkyard Golf’s Tournament on Tuesday 29th April raised £1,020!
The night went without a hitch with 70 people coming together to “putt” up a fight to win a £50 voucher for Croma.
After a tense final between Tom Cook and Rick Fox, Rick came out the final winner, winning the coveted Forever Manchester Jacket and being crowned the Forever Manchester Open Champion!
There was a great mixture of talent in the quarter-finals, which we can safely say were the most competitive people there on the night.
Corporate Partners, Tunafish Media had the best chance of a win with two representatives, but unfortunately didn’t cut the mustard, though we’re told Kaspars Jansins is “good at everything” so maybe we’ll put him down as unlucky this time! Forever Manchester even had a representative in the quarter final in the form of Mel Hill, who was knocked out by one point by Fatsoma’s Jacob Lakeland.
See all our quarter-finalists below:
— Forever Manchester (@4EVERManchester) March 29, 2016
Junkyard Golf’s crazy golf course isn’t your typical crazy golf course, with old scrap yard and charity shop “junk” thrown together to create a truly unique golf course, which was enjoyed by everyone at the event. The competition was rife, with Corporate Partners, Ambassadors and people new to Forever Manchester all putting their money where their mouth was.
— theEword (@theEword) March 29, 2016
— Suzie Lewis (@suzie_lewis) March 29, 2016
The evening went smoothly without a hitch, which was hugely thanks to the excellent staff at Junkyard Golf, who organised 70 excitable people who all wanted to play at the same time! A massive thanks goes to Ambassador, Mike Henderson, who organised the event, prizes on the evening and ensured the leaderboard was done fairly and thoroughly! Thank you also goes to event sponsors, Sedulo, who also brought their game face on the evening and had a great night, as well as Croma, who kindly donated the Forever Manchester Open prize!
— Sedulo (@sedulogroup) March 29, 2016